Libra: An Unmediated, Self-Deposit, Institutional Repository at the University of Virginia

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Given as part of a 24x7 group (no more than 24 slides, no more than 7 minutes) -- "Hydra: One Body, Many Heads" -- in the "Frameworks" panel at the Open Repositories 2011 conference.

Given as part of a 24x7 group (no more than 24 slides, no more than 7 minutes) -- "Hydra: One Body, Many Heads" -- in the "Frameworks" panel at the Open Repositories 2011 conference.

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  • 1. LIBRAAn Unmediated, Self-Deposit, Institutional Repository at the University of Virginia
    Open Repositories
    Austin, TX
    10 June 2011
    Julie Meloni
    Lead Technologist/Architect
    Online Library Environment, UVa Library
    jcmeloni@virginia.edu // @jcmeloni
  • 2. In February 2010, the University of Virginia Faculty Senate passed an Open Access resolution.
    Open ACCESS AT UVA
  • 3. All faculty encouraged to “reserve a nonexclusive, irrevocable, non-commercial, global license to exercise any and all rights under copyright relating to each of her or his scholarly articles in any medium, and to authorize others to do the same.”
    THE RESOLUTION
  • 4. NSF requirements for preservation and access of data used in or resulting from researchers’ grant-funded projects.
    PARALLEL PROBLEM
  • 5. Discovery, access, and preservation of our students’ electronic theses and dissertations.
    PARALLEL PROBLEM
  • 6. Given institutional commitment to these University-wide problems, resources were allocated from both the University Library and Information Technology & Communication.
    Collaborative effort
  • 7. UVa was already committed to the Hydra Project, and to assist in the development of an end-to-end, flexible, extensible, workflow-driven Fedora application kit.
    COLLABORATIVE EFFORT
  • 8. The solution to our problems clearly required such an application toolkit…
    COLLABORATIVE EFFORT
  • 9. …good thing the Hydra Project had something in development:
    HYDRANGEA
    COLLABORATIVE EFFORT
  • 10. IS NOT a turnkey institutional repository solution.
    IS a framework for depositing, managing, searching, browsing, and delivering digital content such as:
    Articles and other published texts
    Electronic Theses & Dissertations
    Scientific Datasets
    HYDRANGEA
  • 11. Our institutional solution should be:
    UNMEDIATED
    OPERATING PRINCIPLES
  • 12. Our institutional solution should provide:
    SUSTAINABLE ACCESSIBILITY to MATERIALS
    OPERATING PRINCIPLES
  • 13. Our institutional solution should enable:
    COLLECTION OF DEPOSITOR-DESIGNATED METADATA
    OPERATING PRINCIPLES
  • 14. Our institutional solution should enable:
    ACCESS & DISCOVERY of UVa SCHOLARSHIP
    OPERATING PRINCIPLES
  • 15. Our institutional solution should manage:
    DEPOSITOR-DESIGNATED PERMISSIONS
    OPERATING PRINCIPLES
  • 16. We worked with multiple internal stakeholders to gather requirements and user stories.
    COLLABORATION IS KEY
  • 17. We work with our Hydra Partners to move the common code base forward while also developing an application from our own branch.
    COLLABORATION IS KEY
  • 18. THE RESULT: LIBRA
  • 19. MULTIPLE ITEM TYPES
  • 20. ALL DISCOVERABLE
  • 21. AND DETAILED
  • 22. A REMINDER OF WHY
  • 23. As we develop and release additional functionality in Libra, we continue to work with Hydra Partners to improve the common code.
    ONGOING COLLABORATION
  • 24. Everyone wins!
    Eventual result