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The KeepIt Project - Kultur, eCrystals, EdShare (and NECTAR) - Preserve It!

The KeepIt Project - Kultur, eCrystals, EdShare (and NECTAR) - Preserve It!
The KeepIt Project - Kultur, eCrystals, EdShare (and NECTAR) - Preserve It!
KeepIt! A JISC project to enable a diverse range of digital content presented by institutional repositories - research papers, science data, arts, teaching materials and theses - to be managed effectively today, tomorrow and beyond. KeepIt is looking at bridging the gap between the preservation community and people responsible for live repositories. The project is focused in two key areas; training about digital preservation and the relation to the repository community and the actual development and implementation of preservation tools in live repositories. In this talk we present an outline of the project, keys areas of focus and an overview of some of the tools already available which can be utilised to enable digital preservation in an EPrints repository. We also take a look at the partner repositories which show the diversity of the project in preserving more than just simple text based publications.
Tarrant, David
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Hitchcock, Steve
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Tarrant, David
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Hitchcock, Steve
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Tarrant, David and Hitchcock, Steve (2009) The KeepIt Project - Kultur, eCrystals, EdShare (and NECTAR) - Preserve It! At The 4th annual international Open Repositories Conference (or09) - EPrints User Group, Georgia. 18 - 21 May 2009.

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KeepIt! A JISC project to enable a diverse range of digital content presented by institutional repositories - research papers, science data, arts, teaching materials and theses - to be managed effectively today, tomorrow and beyond. KeepIt is looking at bridging the gap between the preservation community and people responsible for live repositories. The project is focused in two key areas; training about digital preservation and the relation to the repository community and the actual development and implementation of preservation tools in live repositories. In this talk we present an outline of the project, keys areas of focus and an overview of some of the tools already available which can be utilised to enable digital preservation in an EPrints repository. We also take a look at the partner repositories which show the diversity of the project in preserving more than just simple text based publications.

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Published date: 20 May 2009
Additional Information: Event Dates: May 18th - 21st, 2009
Venue - Dates: The 4th annual international Open Repositories Conference (or09) - EPrints User Group, Georgia, 2009-05-18 - 2009-05-21
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 267277
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/267277
PURE UUID: bdb71b87-b41f-450e-ae4b-4b2bcc12b49f

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Date deposited: 15 Apr 2009 14:10
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:06

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Author: David Tarrant
Author: Steve Hitchcock

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