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MOspace Training at UMSL 2/9/2011 Part 1 - Introducing MOspace

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Part 1 of the MOspace training session, offered at University of Missouri, Saint Louis, on February 9, 2011. This portion of the training provides a general overview of MOspace.

Part 1 of the MOspace training session, offered at University of Missouri, Saint Louis, on February 9, 2011. This portion of the training provides a general overview of MOspace.

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  • Platform: task force studied options both open source and commercial. Commercial platforms have some bells and whistles, but are expensive and are dependent on vendor (IT ticket queue). Chose DSpace instead. DSpace project idea began in 1997 when director of MIT Libraries (Ann Wolpert) noticed trend in conversations with faculty—shift to electronic scholarly publishing+on-demand document library+”entire life’s work in [his] email” MIT’s DSpace and code released open source November 2002 Adaptable: themes Flexible: with server languages can change to suit Tomcat: scalable so can add servers as grow user friendly: template submission

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  • 1. MOspace training session for University of Missouri-St. Louis Mary Aycock, Jackie Blonigen, Amy Lana: University of Missouri-Columbia Hardy Pottinger: UM Office of Library Systems
  • 2. Part 1: Meet MOspace
  • 3. https://mospace.umsystem.edu
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    • DSpace platform:
      • Developed by MIT
      • Open source
      • Adaptable
      • Flexible
      • Permanent locator
      • Full text searchable
      • User friendly on front and back ends
          • wizard-style submission
  • 5. DSpace resources
    • Website: http://www.dspace.org/
    • Wiki: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/DSPACE/Home
    • Mailing lists: [email_address] [email_address] [email_address]
  • 6. MOspace
    • Purpose and scope
    • Thinking ahead:
      • Collection development policy
      • Structure
        • http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/staff/catalogdept/mospace/structure.htm
        • http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/staff/catalogdept/mospace/namingstandards.htm
        • metadata requirements for collections
        • Staffing and workflow
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  • 9. MOspace
    • Purpose and scope
    • Thinking ahead:
      • Collection development policy
      • Structure
        • http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/staff/catalogdept/mospace/structure.htm
        • http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/staff/catalogdept/mospace/namingstandards.htm
        • metadata requirements for collections
        • Staffing and workflow
  • 10. Architecture Specifics
    • Apache front end to Tomcat servlets
    • Authentication provided by Shibboleth
    • Oracle database for metadata, maintained by UM Division of IT
    • Assetstore on DoIT’s tier-2 SAN, mirrored between MU and MST
    • Hosted on LSO’s digital.library server, powered by Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • 11. Development Process
    • DSpace releases a new version every 9 months
    • LSO will release a new iteration of MOspace every 3 months
    • The first iteration following a DSpace release will focus on an upgrade of MOspace to the latest version of DSpace
    • LSO is actively involved in DSpace development
  • 12. MOspace: a work in progress
    • DSpace was built as a repository for born-digital materials
    • LSO is working, with others, to change that
      • Page turning for digitized books
      • Pan and zoom for large images, like maps
      • Streaming audio and video
  • 13. Collaboration
    • We love to collaborate (we=LSO, MU libraries, all of us)
    • If you have staff with XML or XSLT experience, we can work together on batch loading/crosswalks
  • 14. Meet MOspace
  • 15. https://mospace.umsystem.edu/xmlui/
  • 16. https://mospace.umsystem.edu/xmlui/
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  • 84. Contact us: Mary Aycock [email_address] Jackie Blonigen [email_address] Amy Lana [email_address] Hardy Pottinger [email_address] MOspace [email_address]