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Repository Interoperability in the Texas Digital Library Through the Use of OAI-ORE
One of the more prominent projects undertaken by the Texas Digital Library is the creation and maintenance of a federated collection of Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) from its member institutions. Currently, ...
Toward Automatic Metadata Assignment in the Texas A&M University Digital Repository
We are researching and developing tools to automatically assign high-quality metadata to documents in the Texas A&M University Digital Repository, a DSpace repository. A reliable automation of the metadata assignment process ...
Metadata Quality Assurance: The University of North Texas Libraries Experience
Libraries exist to connect users with resources and information. In a traditional library, a card or online catalog is merely one aspect of finding and accessing holdings, albeit an essential one. In the same way, for ...
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 ...