JISC Anthologizr project

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JISC Anthologizr project

  1. 1. anthologizr Richard M. Davis, University of London EPrints User Group, 12th July 2012 University of Edinburgh JISC Library Systems Programme Meeting, 13th July 2012, BirminghamThursday, 12 July 12
  2. 2. • “once you’ve got it in you can do brilliant things with it” - D Tarrant, 12th July 2012Thursday, 12 July 12
  3. 3. anthologizr project • Funded by JISC under Library System Programme (June - November 2012) • Create E-book anthologies from user- defined collections of repository items • EPrints Bazaar plugin • Tools/frameworks/guidance for other platformsThursday, 12 July 12
  4. 4. Use cases • Xeroxed study packs...Thursday, 12 July 12
  5. 5. Use cases • The VLE approach...Thursday, 12 July 12
  6. 6. Use cases • The VLE approach...Thursday, 12 July 12
  7. 7. Aims • One-click EPrints exportThursday, 12 July 12
  8. 8. Aims ➡‘Save As...’ ➡Mail to myebookreader@free.kindle.com ➡Export to VLE ➡Deposit in repositoryThursday, 12 July 12
  9. 9. Aims • Promote use of OA versions of articles (and other PD/CC resources) • Promote use of open/transformable formats • Deprecate fetish with PDF data-unfriendly pseudo-paper fixed formatThursday, 12 July 12
  10. 10. Team José Martin, Patrick McSweeney, Rory McNichollThursday, 12 July 12
  11. 11. Blog anthologizr.wordpress.orgThursday, 12 July 12
  12. 12. Thanks richard.davis@london.ac.ukThursday, 12 July 12

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