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A Manakin Case Study Visualizing geospatial metadata and complex items
Increasingly, repositories are responsible for preserving complex items, and items with specific/unique metadata, such as geospatial metadata. These collections present unique challenges for the repository interface, and ...
NIH Public Access Policy: What It Means for Authors and for Universities
Part of the 2008 Consolidated Appropriations Act that Congress passed and President Bush signed includes a provision requiring the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to make its voluntary Public Access Policy mandatory. ...
Developing a Common Submission System for ETDs in the Texas Digital Library
The Texas Digital Library (TDL) 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 ...
Train to Share: Statewide Interoperability Training for Cultural Heritage Institutions
In 2008, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, working with the University of North Texas Libraries, Amigos Library Services, and a variety of additional partners and participants, was awarded an IMLS Laura Bush ...