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EasyDeposit now works with intraLibrary!

First the good news – Charles from Intrallect came to work with Mike and I last week and between us we were able to extend EasyDeposit to work with intraLibrary; there is still some work to do to capture the full ukoer application profile but essentially it works! 405 more words


EPrints & SWORD - can you help?

I’ve installed Stuart Lewis’ EasyDeposit sword client – http://easydeposit.swordapp.org/ – and configured it with several sword endpoints covering the several repository platforms we hope to deposit into: 154 more words


Musings on the developing OER infrastructure

I had an interesting conversation last week with two colleagues from the Faculty of Business and Law, both of whom are intimately involved with the delivery of Technology Enhanced learning. 1,028 more words


SWORD workshop at OR2010: SWORD hands-on workshop: Adding SWORD to your repository armoury

(Details from http://or2010.fecyt.es/Publico/WorkShop/index.aspx#b3)

Have you heard about SWORD but are unsure of why or how you should use it? This hands-on workshop will provide a gentle introduction to SWORD, some examples of how it can be used, and if you have a laptop you can try out some SWORD clients and have a go at making your own using an online SWORD client creation toolkit. 130 more words


EasyDeposit - the SWORD client creation toolkit

One of the reasons that SWORD has not been more widely adopted, I think, is due to technical barriers for repository managers, so I was very excited when… 834 more words


EasyDeposit Work

EasyDeposit looks more and more promising as a straightforward way to manage the deposit interface for Fedora. I have written content models for the main categories of materials type (hardware, software, etc.). 233 more words


Using SWORD for Deposit

I’ve been looking for suitable front-ends for Fedora. The default installation comes with both a Java administrator client and a newer (though less full-featured) web administration tool. 491 more words