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1 Texas Digital Library Services 05/28/20091Texas Conference on Digital Libraries

2 Services Faculty/Staff Services Directory Blogs Wikis Journals Institutional Services Repositories ETD Submission and Mgmt System User Services Training Helpdesk 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries2

3 How do faculty/staff access TDL content? 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 3 Like everyone else… Through the web -Google -Google Scholar -Yahoo Open Access

4 How do faculty/staff access TDL services? 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 4 They choose their institution from a Where Are You From (WAYF) webpage They log-in with their standard university log-in and password from their institution

5 Shibboleth Where are you from? 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries Your Universitys Standard Authentication 5

6 Request System Some services may be requested through an automated system Faculty/Staff Directory Blogs Wikis Journals Other services require contact with the TDL team Repositories ETD Submission and Management System 4/27/2009TDL Services6

7 Request System Update 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 7

8 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 8 Faculty/Staff Directory Easily identify Faculty/Staff participating in the Texas Digital Library Create awareness of community within the users of the TDL

9 Faculty/Staff Directory 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 9

10 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 10 How Faculty/Staff Directory Works Easy Log-In System through Shibboleth Users manage content via simple web editor –Contact Page –Biography and Publications

11 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 11 Faculty Directory Entry

12 Faculty Bio 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 12

13 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 13 Scholarly Blogs Provide a rapid mechanism to disseminate current news, post excerpts from works in progress, and discuss research findings United by focus on research and scholarship produced by and impacting institutions of higher education in Texas

14 Scholarly Blogs 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 14

15 How Scholarly Blogs Work Users access friendly WordPress interface Users can create ongoing personal journal with easy to use interface, open comment sections, archive menus, related links, etc… 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 15

16 Example: The Scholars Space 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 16

17 Texas LOR Blog 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 17

18 Blog Workflow Single or multiple contributors Forum for discussion in comments section Regular publishing RSS Feeds Writer/Editor creates Blog Writer/Editor Adds items to layout (external links, etc…) Writer/Editor creates dated journal entries Published Blog Writer/Editor adds new content routinely Writer/Editor Comments upon Reader comments Discussion may result from reader comments as other comments are added Readers comment Upon blog entries 4/27/2009TDL Services18

19 Wikis Provide a collaborative editing environment where each member can create, edit, and link web pages For research teams looking for a central place to share knowledge, helping the team accomplish their research more efficiently 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 19

20 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 20 Wikis

21 How Wikis Work Uses MediaWiki technology (Wikipedia) Collaborative nature gives all users with edit access opportunity to write/ edit content Managed Wikis remain up-to- date and provide useful information for research and scholarly content of all types 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 21

22 Manage Projects in a Wiki TDL Project Wikis coming soon –Vireo –Wikis –OJS –Shibboleth Status updates Sharing research and data 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 22

23 Wiki Workflow Editorial team creates Wiki Editorial team places data and information into Wiki Editorial team publishes changes Editorial team Changes information (add, delete, etc…) Wiki Published to Public Other users make suggestions Suggestions reviewed, edited Editor publishes items Editorial team determined by owner Can publish new content immediately, or place into a discussion queue

24 ASU-CITR Wiki 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 24

25 TDL LOR Wiki 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 25

26 Journals A complete service covering the workflow of a Journal: author submission, the peer review process, editing, and publishing Offers advantages over physical counterparts in terms of cost and speed 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 26

27 Journals 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 27

28 How Journals Work Utilizes predominant electronic journal tool, Open Journal System (OJS) OJS manages peer-review process and workflow 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 28

29 OJS Workflow Editorial Process –Submissions Queue –Submission Review –Submission Editing –Scheduling Queue –Table of Contents Editorial Roles –Journal Manager –Editor –Section Editor –Copyeditor –Layout Editor –Proofreader 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 29 Workflow image by Public Knowledge ProjectPublic Knowledge Project

30 Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 30

31 Journal of Digital Information (JoDI) 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 31

32 Repositories Collect, preserve and distribute the scholarly output of member institutions Facilitate scholarly communication 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 32

33 Repository Example Content Data Sets Simulations Images, Audio, Video Lab books Papers Theses and Dissertations 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 33

34 DSpace: How does it work? DSpace 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 34 Image by Dynamic DiagramsDynamic Diagrams

35 TDL Repository 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 35

36 Treasures at UT Dallas 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 36

37 Texas A&M Corpus Christi Repository 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 37

38 ASU Repository 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 38

39 Texas A&M University Digital Repository 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 39

40 University of Texas Digital Repository 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 40

41 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 41 ETD Submission and Management System Provides for student submission of digital theses and dissertations Provides for workflow and management of ETDs in the Graduate office Provides for publishing in the Institutional Repository

42 Vireo ETD Submission 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 42

43 Student Submission 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 43

44 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 44 Workflow and Management

45 Status Spring 2009 Texas A&M - Fully operational University of Texas – First Test Group, 4 departments Texas Tech University – First Test Group, 1 department UTMB – Summer 2009 UT Southwestern Medical Branch – Summer /28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 45

46 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 46 Training Provided for a small fee ($50 per course) Hosted by Baylor University Train on all services Train the trainers Member commitments

47 Training Listings and Registration 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 47

48 TDL User Services 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 48 Hosted by Texas Tech University Staffed M-F, 8am to 5pm Help on all services Telephone, , chat and video conference

49 Services Faculty/ Staff Directory -http://directory.tdl.org/http://directory.tdl.org/ Blogs -http://blogs.tdl.orghttp://blogs.tdl.org -http://blogs.tdl.org/scholarlyhttp://blogs.tdl.org/scholarly Wikis -http://wikis.tdl.orghttp://wikis.tdl.org Journals -http://journals.tdl.orghttp://journals.tdl.org -http://journals.tdl.org/jvwrhttp://journals.tdl.org/jvwr -http://journals.tdl.org/jodihttp://journals.tdl.org/jodi Repositories -http://repositories.tdl.orghttp://repositories.tdl.org -http://labs.tdl.org/tamucchttp://labs.tdl.org/tamucc -http://labs.tdl.org/asuhttp://labs.tdl.org/asu -http://repositories.tamu.edu/http://repositories.tamu.edu/ -http://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/http://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/ 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 49

50 Forthcoming Services OCS – Open Conference System OMS – Open Manuscript System LOR – Learning Object Repository TARO – Archival Resources Management System 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 50

51 Awards and Recognition 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 51 IMLS National Leadership Grant –ETD submission and management system Bridgeway Foundation Grant –Archiving human rights web content Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications (TASSCC) –Higher Education Excellence Award

52 Discussion/Questions 05/28/2009Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 52


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