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  • Module - How To Get Help (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T14:24:47Z)

  • This module provides information on how to get help and support with all aspects of the DSpace software. Upon completing this module, you will understand the help that is available from channels such as: the DSpace community, websites, Internet Relay Chat or DSpace system documentation. The module will also look at how errors should be reported to enable quick and efficient responses from the DSpace community.

  • Module - DSpace Installation (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T13:21:21Z)

  • This module provides information on installation of the DSpace software. Upon completing this module, users will have an understanding of what platforms DSpace can be hosted on, prerequisite software required to install DSpace and how to perform a DSpace installation. The module will conclude with a practical session installing the DSpace software.

  • Module - DSpace Configuration (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T13:00:54Z)

  • This module describes how to configure some of the most common features used in DSpace. The module looks in detail at how the submission interface can be modified from the out of the box setup to suit an institutions needs. The module then continues with a look at email notifications & subscriptions, how to configure RSS feeds and concludes with an overview of the UNIX cron job and its use in DSpace.

  • Module - Configuring LDAP (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris; Tuan, Vu (2008-08-13T12:52:48Z)

  • This module follows on from the module 'User management and authentication options' which introduced the concepts of authentication and LDAP. This module will cover the process of configuring DSpace to authenticate users with an LDAP server. Troubleshooting tools will be introduced to assist with the integration.

  • Module - An introduction to users and groups (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T12:43:53Z)

  • This module will introduce the concept of users and groups in DSpace. Users require accounts to be able to log in and submit or edit items. Logical collections of users can be placed in groups to make administration easier. Some users have additional rights that let them administrate the software. These concepts are explained in this module. Users and groups are explained more in-depth in the module 'User management and authentication'.

  • Module - An introduction to metadata in DSpace (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T12:17:28Z)

  • This module will introduce the concept of metadata, and why it is used. Following that, the metadata support in DSpace will be explained along with how metadata is encoded and stored. The metadata registry which holds the metadata will be shown, and the out-of-the-box metadata schema will be examined. Finally the module will show how to add a new metadata schema, along with a practical exercise to add a new term to the Dublin core scheme included with DSpace.

  • Module - Look and Feel Customisation (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-22T08:29:03Z)

  • This module gives an overview of the type of customization that can be performed on a DSpace repository user interface. The module will look at the two interfaces that DSpace 1.5 supports, the XMLUI and the JSPUI detailing what they are, how they differ and the benefits of each. The module will conclude with a look at some example repository interfaces.

  • Module - Metadata Input Customisation (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T15:41:47Z)

  • This module initially looks at the submission process in further detail, specifically input-forms.xml. It details what the input-forms.xml file is and how it can be used to customize the DSpace submission process. The module will conclude with a practical on a simple modification to the DSpace submission process. This module builds on topics covered in modules 'Repository Structure' and 'Introduction to Items'. It is advised that you have completed these modules before continuing with this module.

  • Module - Repository Structure (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T15:27:48Z)

  • Communities and Collections are used within DSpace to provide the repository with an easily navigable structure often representing an institutions organizational makeup. This module will begin by describing what both a community and collection are and how they relate to each other. The module will then look at example structures that are often used within DSpace repositories, finally concluding with a practical exercise on creating a sample repository structure. This module will make reference to the repository structure, but does not cover aspects such as items or metadata. Further information on items can be found in the module 'An introduction to Items in DSpace'. Further informati...

  • Module - An introduction to DSpace (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T12:08:44Z)

  • This module will introduce DSpace, its history, and the DSpace Foundation. The module will introduce what DSpace is and what it can be used for. It will then describe the development of DSpace over time, and talk about the DSpace Foundation which now oversees the running of DSpace. The open source development model used by DSpace will also be described.

  • Module - RSS alerts and news (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T14:20:23Z)

  • This module will introduce the concept of RSS feeds and their support in DSpace, the subscription alerting mechanism which allows users to be emailed when new content is added to particular collections, and the news items on the front page which can be edited by DSpace administrators.

  • Module - Technical Basics (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T12:44:46Z)

  • This module provides a basic technical overview of the DSpace software. The module will describe the three tiered application architecture of DSpace and look at how this relates to the server architecture of DSpace. The module will then look at what aspects of a DSpace repository should be backed up for both disaster recovery and preservation. The module will conclude with a look at the role of the repository administrator and the technical staff in configuring, managing and maintaining the repository.

  • Module - SWORD basics (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:51:57Z)

  • This module introduces the SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) interface available in DSpace. SWORD allows remote systems (software or agents) to submit items via a common interface. This module introduces the concepts behind SWORD along with examples where it might be used.

  • Module - User management and authentication options (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:44:16Z)

  • This module builds upon the module 'An introduction to users and groups' which introduced the concept of authentication and authorization. The management of groups will be discussed, and this knowledge will be consolidated by creating a new administrator and adding and removing their administrative privileges. Advanced authentication options such as LDAP, Shibboleth and IP authentication will be briefly introduced.

  • Module - Upgrading from 1.4 to 1.5 (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:33:52Z)

  • This module provides an introduction to upgrading DSpace from version 1.4 to 1.5. General DSpace upgrade principles are also given to assist with upgrades from earlier versions.

  • Module - Language Customisation (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:28:27Z)

  • This module looks at the concepts of Localization and Internationalization and the implications this has for the DSpace software. It explores what features DSpace can be customized to support multilingualism and how this can be done. The module concludes with a practical on enabling multilingualism support in DSpace.

  • Module - Items in DSpace (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T14:47:47Z)

  • Items are one of the core concepts in DSpace. An item a representation of the files and metadata bought together to make an atomic unit. This module introduces items and the constituent parts of metadata, bundles and bitstreams. The module concludes with a description of the standard submission interface and a practical exercise to submit an item. This module introduces items, but does not cover aspects such as what metadata is, or why it is needed. This is covered in the module 'An introduction to metadata in DSpace'.

  • Module - Item submission workflows (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T14:36:11Z)

  • This module will introduce the item submission workflows available in DSpace. Workflows allow submissions to be checked before entering the repository. Submissions may be checked for accuracy, in order to improve the metadata, or simply to decide if they are OK to be archived. The module will show the three workflow steps available in DSpace, along with details about adding, changing and removing them from the submission process of collections.

  • Module - Import and Export (slides).pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T14:13:55Z)

  • This module introduces the import and export functionality in DSpace, specifically the batch import and export scripts.

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Dspace : [22]

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  • Module - How To Get Help (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T14:24:47Z)

  • This module provides information on how to get help and support with all aspects of the DSpace software. Upon completing this module, you will understand the help that is available from channels such as: the DSpace community, websites, Internet Relay Chat or DSpace system documentation. The module will also look at how errors should be reported to enable quick and efficient responses from the DSpace community.

  • Module - DSpace Installation (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T13:21:21Z)

  • This module provides information on installation of the DSpace software. Upon completing this module, users will have an understanding of what platforms DSpace can be hosted on, prerequisite software required to install DSpace and how to perform a DSpace installation. The module will conclude with a practical session installing the DSpace software.

  • Module - DSpace Configuration (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T13:00:54Z)

  • This module describes how to configure some of the most common features used in DSpace. The module looks in detail at how the submission interface can be modified from the out of the box setup to suit an institutions needs. The module then continues with a look at email notifications & subscriptions, how to configure RSS feeds and concludes with an overview of the UNIX cron job and its use in DSpace.

  • Module - Configuring LDAP (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris; Tuan, Vu (2008-08-13T12:52:48Z)

  • This module follows on from the module 'User management and authentication options' which introduced the concepts of authentication and LDAP. This module will cover the process of configuring DSpace to authenticate users with an LDAP server. Troubleshooting tools will be introduced to assist with the integration.

  • Module - An introduction to users and groups (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T12:43:53Z)

  • This module will introduce the concept of users and groups in DSpace. Users require accounts to be able to log in and submit or edit items. Logical collections of users can be placed in groups to make administration easier. Some users have additional rights that let them administrate the software. These concepts are explained in this module. Users and groups are explained more in-depth in the module 'User management and authentication'.

  • Module - An introduction to metadata in DSpace (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T12:17:28Z)

  • This module will introduce the concept of metadata, and why it is used. Following that, the metadata support in DSpace will be explained along with how metadata is encoded and stored. The metadata registry which holds the metadata will be shown, and the out-of-the-box metadata schema will be examined. Finally the module will show how to add a new metadata schema, along with a practical exercise to add a new term to the Dublin core scheme included with DSpace.

  • Module - Look and Feel Customisation (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-22T08:29:03Z)

  • This module gives an overview of the type of customization that can be performed on a DSpace repository user interface. The module will look at the two interfaces that DSpace 1.5 supports, the XMLUI and the JSPUI detailing what they are, how they differ and the benefits of each. The module will conclude with a look at some example repository interfaces.

  • Module - Metadata Input Customisation (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T15:41:47Z)

  • This module initially looks at the submission process in further detail, specifically input-forms.xml. It details what the input-forms.xml file is and how it can be used to customize the DSpace submission process. The module will conclude with a practical on a simple modification to the DSpace submission process. This module builds on topics covered in modules 'Repository Structure' and 'Introduction to Items'. It is advised that you have completed these modules before continuing with this module.

  • Module - Repository Structure (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T15:27:48Z)

  • Communities and Collections are used within DSpace to provide the repository with an easily navigable structure often representing an institutions organizational makeup. This module will begin by describing what both a community and collection are and how they relate to each other. The module will then look at example structures that are often used within DSpace repositories, finally concluding with a practical exercise on creating a sample repository structure. This module will make reference to the repository structure, but does not cover aspects such as items or metadata. Further information on items can be found in the module 'An introduction to Items in DSpace'. Further informati...

  • Module - An introduction to DSpace (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13T12:08:44Z)

  • This module will introduce DSpace, its history, and the DSpace Foundation. The module will introduce what DSpace is and what it can be used for. It will then describe the development of DSpace over time, and talk about the DSpace Foundation which now oversees the running of DSpace. The open source development model used by DSpace will also be described.

  • Module - RSS alerts and news (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T14:20:23Z)

  • This module will introduce the concept of RSS feeds and their support in DSpace, the subscription alerting mechanism which allows users to be emailed when new content is added to particular collections, and the news items on the front page which can be edited by DSpace administrators.

  • Module - Technical Basics (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21T12:44:46Z)

  • This module provides a basic technical overview of the DSpace software. The module will describe the three tiered application architecture of DSpace and look at how this relates to the server architecture of DSpace. The module will then look at what aspects of a DSpace repository should be backed up for both disaster recovery and preservation. The module will conclude with a look at the role of the repository administrator and the technical staff in configuring, managing and maintaining the repository.

  • Module - SWORD basics (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:51:57Z)

  • This module introduces the SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) interface available in DSpace. SWORD allows remote systems (software or agents) to submit items via a common interface. This module introduces the concepts behind SWORD along with examples where it might be used.

  • Module - User management and authentication options (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:44:16Z)

  • This module builds upon the module 'An introduction to users and groups' which introduced the concept of authentication and authorization. The management of groups will be discussed, and this knowledge will be consolidated by creating a new administrator and adding and removing their administrative privileges. Advanced authentication options such as LDAP, Shibboleth and IP authentication will be briefly introduced.

  • Module - Upgrading from 1.4 to 1.5 (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:33:52Z)

  • This module provides an introduction to upgrading DSpace from version 1.4 to 1.5. General DSpace upgrade principles are also given to assist with upgrades from earlier versions.

  • Module - Language Customisation (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T15:28:27Z)

  • This module looks at the concepts of Localization and Internationalization and the implications this has for the DSpace software. It explores what features DSpace can be customized to support multilingualism and how this can be done. The module concludes with a practical on enabling multilingualism support in DSpace.

  • Module - Items in DSpace (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T14:47:47Z)

  • Items are one of the core concepts in DSpace. An item a representation of the files and metadata bought together to make an atomic unit. This module introduces items and the constituent parts of metadata, bundles and bitstreams. The module concludes with a description of the standard submission interface and a practical exercise to submit an item. This module introduces items, but does not cover aspects such as what metadata is, or why it is needed. This is covered in the module 'An introduction to metadata in DSpace'.

  • Module - Item submission workflows (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T14:36:11Z)

  • This module will introduce the item submission workflows available in DSpace. Workflows allow submissions to be checked before entering the repository. Submissions may be checked for accuracy, in order to improve the metadata, or simply to decide if they are OK to be archived. The module will show the three workflow steps available in DSpace, along with details about adding, changing and removing them from the submission process of collections.

  • Module - Import and Export (slides).pdf.jpg
  • Text


  • Authors: Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14T14:13:55Z)

  • This module introduces the import and export functionality in DSpace, specifically the batch import and export scripts.

Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 22