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Progress in Developing CAS IR Grid
Zhu Zhongming; Zhang Xiaolin; Zhang Dongrong; Ma Jianxia; Lu Linong
2010-12-16
Conference NameSino-German Symposium on Development of Library and Information Services
Conference Date2009-11-09~2009-11-10
Conference PlaceKunming, China
AbstractThe paper introduces current practices of building Chinese Academy of Sciences institutional repositories grid (CAS IR Grid).Firstly, it outlines its visions and implementation strategies. Then it describes the status quo of spreading IRs across CAS institutes, which covers mainly the release of a formal version of IR building package based on open source software DSpace, establishment of long-term working mechanism of promotion IR service, and the achievements of spreading activities. It also presents the development of CAS IR Grid service portal. Finally, some considerations on future development of CAS IR Grid are explained.
KeywordInstitutional Repository
Subject Area数据库管理系统
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Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.las.ac.cn/handle/12502/3313
Collection中国科学院兰州文献情报中心_资源系统建设部
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Zhu Zhongming,Zhang Xiaolin,Zhang Dongrong,et al. Progress in Developing CAS IR Grid[C],2010.
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