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A Survey and Evaluation of Open-Source Electronic Publishing Systems
This study provides both a survey and evaluation of open-source electronic publishing systems. The systems under consideration include: DPubS; GNU EPrints; Hyperjournal; Open Journal System; Connexions/Rhaptos; DiVA; and Topaz.
Case Study in Data Curation at Johns Hopkins University
(Library Trends, 2008)
At Johns Hopkins University, the institutional repository (IR) is being developed as a component of an overall digital library architecture that will emphasize long-term preservation. The IR represents a set of ...
Lessons from the Institute for Data Intensive Science and Engineering
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) has launched an Institute for Data Intensive Science and Engineering (IDIES) that serves as a coordinating entity for the various eResearch activities within the University. JHU has established ...
The Virtual Observatory Meets the Library
(University of Michigan Library, 2008-01)
Astronomy is similar to other scientific disciplines in that scholarly publication relies on the presentation and interpretation of data. But although astronomy now has archives for its primary research telescopes and ...