Digital Archiving Softwares

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National Workshop on Building Open Access PhD Theses Digital Libraries Using Nitya D’Arch
November 2-3, 2010

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Digital Archiving Softwares

  1. 1. Digital Archiving Softwares National Workshop on Building Open Access PhD Theses Digital Libraries Using Nitya D’Arch November 2-3, 2010 Vimal Kumar V. Library Assistant Mahatma Gandhi University Library Kottayam, Kerala, India
  2. 2. Features of Digital Archiving Systems  Searching  Browsing  Character representation  Document representation  Multimedia representation  Meta data  Inter operability
  3. 3. Searching  Meta data searching  Full text searching Browsing  Alphabetical list of author  Keyword browsing
  4. 4. Character Representation  Unicode
  5. 5. Document Representation  Plain Text, PDF, Word Processor Docs, Multimedia Representation  Image compression, JPEG  Audio and Video
  6. 6. Meta Data  Bibliographic metadata MARC, Dublin Core, BibTex Inter Operability  OAI-PMH
  7. 7. Web 2.0 features  Personalisation  Collaborative content creation  Tagging (Folksonomies)  Bookmarking  Discussion space etc.
  8. 8. Dspace Initiative of HP-MIT alliance in 2000 Dspace Foundation provide leadership and support 2007 D space is typically used as an institutional
  9. 9. Eprints  Developed at the University of Southampton School Electronics and Computer Science in 2000,  Primarily used for institutional repositories,  Optimized for Google Scholar  RSS feeds and email alerts
  10. 10. Invenio  Developed by CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research) Document Server Consortium,  Prior to July 1, 2006 the package was named CDSware,  MARC-21 bibliographic format,  User comments for documents in repository.
  11. 11. Fedora  General purpose Digital Obeject Repository System,  Developed at Cornell University,  Project maintain by Duraspace, non-profit organisation,  Store all types of content and meta data,
  12. 12. Kete  Keta was developed by Harowhenua Library Trust and Katipo Communications,  It combines aspects of Digital libraries/repositories, Knowledge and Content management systems,  Collaboration tools to make it easy to add and relate content.
  13. 13. Nitya D'Arch  Bibliographic and full text retrieval system,  Deep indexing techniques,  Unicode compliant,  Multi lingual data input and query building,  Retrieval of specific pages/sections together with the entire dissertations,
  14. 14. Thank You

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