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Introducing Vireo ETD Submittal and Management for DSpace Adam Mikeal, Scott Phillips, John Leggett, Mark McFarland Texas Digital Library
Agenda Overview Implementation Interfaces Conclusion
Texas Digital Library
State-wide initiative Eighteen members Public/Private Small/Medium/Large
ETDs in TDL
Vireo What? Why? How?
What is Vireo? Electronic Theses and Dissertations Manages entire ETD lifecycle – Ingestion – Review – Publication
Why Vireo? ETDs have unique metadata needs ETDs have complex workflows – Multiple participants – Iterative review process – Variable publication delays
How does Vireo work? Built on Manakin – Paired set of Themes and Aspects Uses Shibboleth MODS XML, ETD-MS Audience-specific interfaces
Vireo and DSpace Each interface is a paired Aspect and Theme Extra information is stored in 3 new tables One-to-one mapping between Vireo records and DSpace items Collections are managed by Vireo
Vireo items Action log is stored with item as a bitstream Older versions of files stored in an protected ARCHIVED bundle Either DSpace or Vireo can manage handles
Interfaces Discussion Walk-through
Vireo interfaces 2 different workflows = 2 unique interfaces Student submittal interface – Novice interface – Focus on ease-of-use Staff management interface – Expert interface – Focus on efficiency
Conclusion Texas deployment Future plans Acknowledgements
Texas deployment Production – Texas A&M University Testing – The University of Texas, Texas Tech University Evaluation – UT Medical Branch
Future plans Community development Partnerships & collaboration Open-source release
National Leadership Grant #LG
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