digital repository

  • Interoperability in repositories: AgriOcean DSpace enhancements.

    Open repositories are established for different reasons; one common objective is to make an institution’s research output visible online. This is often achieved through interoperability - the ability of systems to work together (inter-operate) to allow for information exchange.(IEEE,1990). In most cases, the visibility of a repository contents ...
  • AgriOcean DSpace for Malaysian Agriculture Repository

    Malaysian Agricultural Repository is managed by the Universiti Putra Malaysia and is the AGRIS National Centre. The repository runs on AgriOcean DSpace and currently has 4948 records that are harvestible through the OAI url. Malaysian Agricultural Repository interface Visit the repository at http://www.agris.upm.edu.my:8080/dspace/
  • Status of Open Access as of March 31, 2013

    Recent figures from major Open Access data providers in both green and gold, point to an increased growth as of 31st March 2013. The following sources map the global picture of the present status of Open Access and these include Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association statistics, Directory of Open Access Journals (...
  • A recent AgriOcean DSpace installation in Africa!

    Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI) Institutional Repository is an AgriOcean DSpace digital repository that covers the marine and fresh water environments.   The repository aims to specifically collect, preserve and facilitate access to all research output from Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute ,their library records and national deposits....
  • The latest AgriOceanDSpace installation : citaREA Repository

    citaREA is the institutional repository of the Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón (CITA), a public research organization under the Ministry of Industry and Innovation of the Government of Aragon, Spain. This implementation comes with an interface in both Spanish and English. citaREA repository interface                       ...
  • AGRIS 2.1 online

    AGRIS 2.1 is online! More performant, more stable, more powerful. The new AGRIS website (http://agris.fao.org) totally relies on an Apache Solr index, which avoids the necessity to connect to a triplestore to display AGRIS records metadata. Some major improvements are:AGRIS is now a multilingual system for all ...
  • COAR: Enhancing research visibility through Open Access repositories

    The objective of this webinar is to provide an overview of COAR and its activities in support of the development of a global network of repositories. The vision of COAR is to build a seamless knowledge infrastructure through a global Open Access repository network. COAR pursues its vision through an ...
  • SemaGrow demonstrator: “Web Crawler + AgroTagger”

    The webinar will present the SemaGrow demonstrator “Web Crawler + AgroTagger”, in order to collect feedback, ideas and comments about the status of the development and how the demonstrator helps to overcome data problems. SemaGrow is a project funded by the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission, aiming at ...
  • Results of the New AGRIS Vision 2007-2012: advocating for Open Access to Research

    The AGRIS Network that exists since 1975 and provides links and metadata to scientific agricultural information supports the accessibility and exchange of Agricultural knowledge. Since 2007 AGRIS works with the Open Access principles by promoting full text entries and by introducing corresponding tools and interoperability standards.The AGRIS Network consists of more ...
  • An overview of EPrints : The University of Glasgow's Experience

    This webinar will provide an overview of the features of the open source EPrints repository software. It will showcase its functionality and demonstrate how it is used by institutions like the the University of Glasgow to support open access and make our research more readily available.