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National Digital Learning Resources DSpace Repository Presentation

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Please find our NDLR/DSpace Presentation from the OP2010 conference in Madrid. …

Please find our NDLR/DSpace Presentation from the OP2010 conference in Madrid.

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  • 1. DSpace Helps Irish National Learning Repository to Change its’ Focus Catherine Bruen University of Dublin (TCD) Gavin Henrick Enovation Solutions Bob Strunz University of Limerick (UL)
  • 2. Contents  The Context  Introduction to the NDLR  Open Educational Resources  The Repository  The Future
  • 3. The Context  National Partnership  Rapid Change  Diverse Stakeholders
  • 4. Introduction to the NDLR  All of Irish Public-Sector HE  The NDLR Service Model – NDLR Board – Communities of Practice – the NDLR engines
  • 5. Open Educational Resources I  Protective attitudes are disappearing  The “Librarians” are the contributors  Technology  COTS Repositories
  • 6. 1st Repository  Commercial off the shelf product  Quick and effective start-up solution  Ultimately did not answer our user-needs  No clear path was present for the future  Tiny bespoke modifications, too expensive
  • 7. The Gamble  Convert 80% of our licensing spend into R&D  Develop a solution and open-source it  Continue to invest in R&D on an ongoing basis  Offer the solution to other users in the space
  • 8. What we needed  Open Architecture  Search, retrieve & deposit from multiple clients  Federated Access Control  Ability to index other repositories Meta-Data  Ability to publish own Meta-Data
  • 9. What we needed II  Dynamism and Agility – Low ongoing cost of ownership – High R&D spend – Community-Source tempers our agility a little !
  • 10. Development Ethos Collaboration Standards Modularity
  • 11. Standards Compliance  Driver Guidelines for Metadata  ISCED Classifications for Subjects  Controlled Vocabularies  SWORD, SRU, OAI, SiteMaps, LOM etc.  Modularity
  • 12. Modularity & Collaboration  Peer Approval and Collaboration – JORUM – You !  Something about modularity
  • 13. Future Plans I  Upgrade to v1.6.2  Statistics Module  Mahara & DSpace Twitter  DSpace Del.ico.us  Object Location Mod  Google Analytics & Tools  Sitemap
  • 14. Future Plans II  EasyDeposit  SWORD Moodle push  SWORD Mahara push  SWORD Sakai/Blackboard API  S&R Moodle  Bulk Uploads / Staging area
  • 15. Conclusions  DSpace is an excellent platform for us  We can develop at the rate our users want  We can afford R&D  Partnership between institutions and industry is vital and mutually beneficial
  • 16. Acknowledgements and Thanks  OR 2010  JORUM  Our Partners
  • 17. Contact Details  Catherine Bruen – cbruen@tcd.ie  Bob Strunz – bob.strunz@ul.ie  Gavin Henrick – gh@enovation.ie