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Developing a Common Submission System for ETDs in the Texas Digital Library
The Texas Digital Library is a consortium of universities organized to provide a single digital infrastructure for the scholarly activities of Texas universities. The four current Association of Research Libraries (ARL) ...
Preserving the Scholarly Side of the Web
This paper presents results of a case study that addresses many issues surrounding the difficult task of preservation in a digital library. We focus on a subset of these issues as they apply to the preservation of scholarly ...
DSpace XML UI Project Technical Overview
This paper describes the modifications to DSpace by Texas A&M Libraries to support an XML-based user interface. DSpace supports digital repositories composed of communities and collections. Each community within DSpace ...
Automation, Virtualization, and Integration of a Digital Repository Server Architecture or How to Deploy Three Production DSpaces in One Night and Be Home for Dinner
(Texas Digital Library, 2015-03-17)
Texas A&M University Libraries have operated a DSpace repository since the year 2004. For most of this period, the public-facing production server ran on dedicated hardware and was installed by hand by a system administrator ...
De-facing DSpace with Manakin
Introducing Manakin: Overview and Architecture
Using the DuraCloud REST interface
This presentation covered use of the DuraCloud API, both via the curl interface and via PERL programs that used the REST interface.
ETD Management in the Texas Digital Library: lessons Learned from a Demonstrator
As a consortium of libraries from public and private institutions across the state of Texas, the Texas Digital Library (TDL) exists to promote the scholarly activities of its members. One of its earliest initiatives ...
The Promise and Peril of RDF for Formalizing the Humanities
The Resource Description Framework (RDF) defines structures for describing entities identifiable by Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs). RDF exists at the top of the stack of technology standards proposed by the World Wide ...