A Distilled Guide to

EPRINTS 3.2
What is EPrints For?

 EPrints offers a safe, open and useful place to
   store, share and manage material in the pursuit...
Design
Aims
Extensible
       Data
       Model
                    Object-based Data Model

         Items stored in an EPrints repo...
Flexible APIs   Extending Functionality

 A variety of convenient programming interfaces
   REST API for Web application...
Intelligent
  Storage       Cloud to Desktop
               Storage
 Data can be stored on
  multiple storage services
  ...
Desktop User
    Support       Microsoft Office
                 Support




 Microsoft Office “Save As…” direct reposito...
Research
      Reporting         Usage & Impact Framework




                                          Statistics & chart...
Research
 Information    Research Information
               Systems
 A repository needs to interoperate with
  managemen...
An EPrints repository is

 a valuable part of the researcher’s information
  environment
   directly integrating with th...
Acknowledgements
 Projects contributing v3.2 functionality
      JISC Ready for REF
      JISC KeepIt!
      JISC SWOR...
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A Distilled Guide to EPrints v3.2

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EPrints 3.2 is the latest version of the popular repository platform. This document is a brief guide to some of the most important features that an EPrint repository will offer.

EPrints offers a safe, open and useful place to store, share and manage material in the pursuit of research and educational agendas (administrative reporting, collaboration, data sharing, digital profile enhancement , e-learning, e-publishing, e-research, marketing, open access, preservation, publicity, research assessment, research management and scholarly collections).

An EPrints repository is a valuable part of the researcher’s information environment,
directly integrating with the research desktop
and offering sustainable storage and open access. It is also a competent and mature component of the institution’s information environment, providing management and curation support for core business research data and leveraging information about research outputs to inform management strategy.

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A Distilled Guide to EPrints v3.2

  1. 1. A Distilled Guide to EPRINTS 3.2
  2. 2. What is EPrints For?  EPrints offers a safe, open and useful place to store, share and manage material in the pursuit of research and educational agendas. administrative reporting, collaboration, data sharing, digital profile enhancement , e-learning, e-publishing, e-research, marketing, open access, preservation, publicity, research assessment, research management, scholarly collections
  3. 3. Design Aims
  4. 4. Extensible Data Model Object-based Data Model  Items stored in an EPrints repository are objects with their own persistent URLs  e.g. eprints, documents, files, users, projects, institutions managerOf supportingProject employeeOf aPreviewOf Objects have their own extensible metadata anEditableVersionOf workflows, renderers importers, exporters and relationships with other objects
  5. 5. Flexible APIs Extending Functionality  A variety of convenient programming interfaces  REST API for Web applications  EPrintsToolbox for reporting  EPrints API for repository plugins REST EPrints Repository EPrints API Toolbox
  6. 6. Intelligent Storage Cloud to Desktop Storage  Data can be stored on multiple storage services  Local disk, SAN, NAS, Honeycomb, Cloud  Researchers can mount repository objects as a networked filesystem  Service usage and preservation risks can be monitored and analysed.
  7. 7. Desktop User Support Microsoft Office Support  Microsoft Office “Save As…” direct repository deposit  Catalogue of media components stored as related documents  Embedded metadata added to the eprint record
  8. 8. Research Reporting Usage & Impact Framework Statistics & charts displayed for downloads, Search results ranked by citation count citation averages, h-index etc  Citation harvesting and analysis using data from ISI Web of Science and Google Scholar
  9. 9. Research Information Research Information Systems  A repository needs to interoperate with management information systems  Create reports based on research project activities as well as research outputs  EPrints will support CERIF standard for Current Research Information Systems
  10. 10. An EPrints repository is  a valuable part of the researcher’s information environment  directly integrating with the research desktop  offering sustainable storage and open access  a competent and mature component of the institution’s information environment  providing management and curation support for core business research data  leveraging information about research outputs to inform management strategy
  11. 11. Acknowledgements  Projects contributing v3.2 functionality  JISC Ready for REF  JISC KeepIt!  JISC SWORD  Microsoft Word+SWORD  v3.2 currently in alpha release (May 2009).  Public beta release expected 2009Q4

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