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Theses Alive! John MacColl Project Director University of Edinburgh
Project Structure Origins: JISC pass-the-parcel Funded for 2 years (Nov 2002-Oct 2004) Edinburgh –Project Director –System Developer –Project Officer + Pilot partners (Leeds, MMU, Cambridge, Nottingham, ?)
Software Development Product evaluation –Virginia Tech ETD-DB –Eprints.org –DSpace (new release imminent!)
ETD Submission System for the UK Communication between postgraduate students and their supervisors Submission Defence Release –Permissions (abstract only?) –Domain restrictions –Metadata
Metadata UK-ETD Document Type Definition Record for OPAC Record for local theses database British Thesis Service Index to Theses
Advocacy & Support Web site FAQs Group of pilot partners Dissemination to postgraduate students, academic staff and graduate school administrators Cluster and sub-cluster partners ETD-2003, Berlin
Theses Alive! - an ETD management system for the UK Theo Andrew and Richard Jones Theses Alive! University of Edinburgh.
DAEDALUS: DSpace & ETDs at Glasgow William J Nixon Project Manager: Service Development (DAEDALUS) Electronic Theses – The Next Stage British Library,
Richard Jones, Systems Developer Technical Issues for Repository Software Theses Alive! Edinburgh University Library SHERPA Nottingham.
FAIR – Focus on Access to Institutional Resources William J Nixon DAEDALUS Project, University of Glasgow e-libraries for e-learning.
Richard Jones, Systems Developer Using DSpace for E-Theses at Edinburgh University Library Theses Alive! Edinburgh University Library Funded.
DSpace for E-Theses at the University of Edinburgh and Robert Gordon University Andrew Penman, RGURichard Jones, UoE DSpace for E-Theses at the University.
Electronic theses - the next stage, 27-Sep-2004, The British Library E-thesis submission – a case study Simon J. Bevan Information Systems Manager Cranfield.
Electronic theses: The story so far Theo Andrew Edinburgh University Library.
Supporting further and higher education The JISC FAIR Programme and International E-theses Developments.
ELECTRONIC THESES RGU CONSORTIUM The Robert Gordon University The University of London The University of Aberdeen Cranfield University The British Library.
EPrint Software options William J Nixon DAEDALUS Project, University of Glasgow eFAIR Meeting, Southampton.
Electronic Theses: The Next Stage RGU Project Recommendations Susan Copeland The Robert Gordon University 27 th September 2004.
Creating an institutional e-print repository Stephen Pinfield University of Nottingham.
CPD25 Building Open Access Institutional Repositories Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
Edinburgh 23 October DSpace: A Platform for Research Repositories Peter Morgan Project Director, Cambridge University Library.
Institutional e-print Repositories and IPR experience from the SHERPA Project Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
DAEDALUS - Freeing Research at the University of Glasgow William J Nixon Service Development Susan Ashworth Advocacy.
Theo Andrew, Edinburgh University Library Choosing Suitable Open-Source Repository Software Choosing Suitable Open Source Repository Software Theo Andrew.
Theses Alive! and SHERPA are funded by the UK Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) ERA: The Edinburgh Research Archive Theo Andrew University of.
Electronic Theses: The Next Stage Metadata for ETDs Richard Milne The Robert Gordon University 27 th September 2004.
ePrints UK: progress so far Ruth Martin UKOLN, University of Bath
Richard Jones DSpace for E-Theses th September 2004 DSpace for E-Theses Introducing the results of the Theses Alive! Project.
RSP Goes Back to School September 2009 Mary Robinson European Development Officer University of Nottingham, UK
Building Repositories of eprints in UK Research Universities Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
Electronic Theses The RGU Project Background to the Project Aims and Objectives Dr. Susan Copeland.
Practical Issues for Institutional Repositories Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
SHERPAs work on Institutional Repositories Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
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