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DepositMOre: Applying tools to increase full-text content in institutional repositories

DepositMOre: Applying tools to increase full-text content in institutional repositories
DepositMOre: Applying tools to increase full-text content in institutional repositories
This presentation reconsiders the conventional approach towards deposit of new content in digital repositories, by reconceptualising deposit workflow and asking how and whether we can use this to substantially increase deposit volumes. We recap the user tools from the DepositMO project, which were underpinned by the then-new SWORDv2. In contrast, deposit tools developed in DepositMOre are EPrints apps aimed at repository managers rather than end-users. We explore the use and current status of these apps, including a video deposit app and an app to upload and manage archaeology image collections, presenting initial feedback from real repository implementations. Is more content the primary target for repositories? We review the challenges facing repositories as the context for understanding the outcomes of this work and future directions.
digital repositories, repositories, DepositMO, DepositMOre, content deposit, deposit workflow
Hitchcock, Steve
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Brody, Tim
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Hitchcock, Steve
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Brody, Tim
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Hitchcock, Steve and Brody, Tim (2013) DepositMOre: Applying tools to increase full-text content in institutional repositories. Repositories Support Project, Increasing the full-text deposits in your institutional repository, London, 12 June 2013.

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Abstract

This presentation reconsiders the conventional approach towards deposit of new content in digital repositories, by reconceptualising deposit workflow and asking how and whether we can use this to substantially increase deposit volumes. We recap the user tools from the DepositMO project, which were underpinned by the then-new SWORDv2. In contrast, deposit tools developed in DepositMOre are EPrints apps aimed at repository managers rather than end-users. We explore the use and current status of these apps, including a video deposit app and an app to upload and manage archaeology image collections, presenting initial feedback from real repository implementations. Is more content the primary target for repositories? We review the challenges facing repositories as the context for understanding the outcomes of this work and future directions.

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Published date: 12 June 2013
Venue - Dates: Repositories Support Project, Increasing the full-text deposits in your institutional repository, London, 12 June 2013, 2013-06-11
Keywords: digital repositories, repositories, DepositMO, DepositMOre, content deposit, deposit workflow
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 353804
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/353804
PURE UUID: 3d835716-1c4f-4c98-b77c-b4b2ec24f8b6

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Date deposited: 18 Jun 2013 14:43
Last modified: 19 Jan 2022 18:17

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Author: Steve Hitchcock
Author: Tim Brody

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