DSpace Federation 2nd User Group Meeting
About this collection
The 2nd DSpace Federation User Group meeting was held at New Hall, University of Cambridge on Thursday-Friday, 7-8 July 2005.
Summaries of the meeting are available on the DSpace Federation wiki and on the dspace-general mail list.
The meeting was attended by 140 participants from 22 countries.
There were 23 formal presentations. Copies of all available presentations and posters from the meeting are now available in this collection.
(2005-07-07)Conference programme of the DSpace Federation 2nd User Group meeting held in Cambridge, UK on 2005-07-07 and 2005-07-08.
(2005-07-07)DSpace has come a long way since its beginnings at HP Labs and MIT Libraries. Originally, DSpace was designed to be "digital shelf space" for the volumes of intellectual output from MIT that are in digital rather than paper ...
Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies (CARET): Collaboration, Coherence and Capacity-Building: Using DSpace to Support a Major Social Science Research Programme in the UK. (2005-07-07)In this paper we describe how the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP), an eight-year, Â£30 million programme charged with supporting and developing educational research in the United Kingdom has implemented and ...
University of Wisconsin: NSpace: Exploring Architectural Design Principles for a Next-Generation Institutional Repository (2005-07-07)This presentation is intended to serve as a gentle but complete introduction to the architectural design elements of NSpace, a proof-of-concept prototype that explores an application infrastructure for a next-generation ...