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Building the digital library: The role of digital repositories
9:00am-4:30pm Friday 8 October 2004, Room V714, QUT Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane
Digital repository software can be applied to a wide range of applications such as eprint institutional research repositories, e-science data repositories, specialised digital library collections, and the storage of teaching and learning objects.
This seminar aims to cover a broad cross-section of digital repository products, and applications from across the converging digital library, teaching and learning, and content management system sectors. Various institutional case studies will illustrate the diversity in the application of digital repositories.
To explore this forthcoming technological convergence, and the range of functionality and integration features available, representative vendors from each sector will demonstrate their products. A variety of high- and low-cost solutions will be demonstrated.
Repositories of digital objects: Choices and challenges
E-prints at QUT - and a look at the e-print landscape
Critical issues in digital repositories
Repositories@State Library of Queensland
Implementing HarvestRoad's Hive® System at Griffith University: Practice Validates Theory
The Open Archives Initiative in practice: eScholarship@UQ
The hybrid library challenge : Providing seamless access to physical and digital collections
The following vendors of digital repository products presented and demonstrated at the seminar: