Two Day-Long Training on “DSpace” Institutional Repository Organized by BALID Institution of Information Management (BIIM)
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Two Day-Long Training on “DSpace” Institutional Repository Organized by BALID Institution of Information Management (BIIM) 1-2 May 2014 Venue: CIRDAP DSpace Overview Why DSpace better than Others Edited By Nur Ahammad Junior Assistant Librarian Independent University, Bangladesh 2. Institutional Repository Institutional repositories collect, preserve, and disseminate the intellectual output of an institution in digital form. Increasingly, institutional repositories include other items unique to the university as well, such as digitized historic documents and archival materials (Nykanen, Melissa 2011). An IR is a set of services and technologies that provide the means to collect, manage, provide access to, disseminate, and preserve digital materials produced at an institution. While most institutional repositories are based at colleges and universities, they also exist in governmental agencies, museums, corporations, and other organizations. Within colleges and universities, most IRs are managed by the library (Markey, Rieh, St. Jean, Kim, & Yakel, 2007)”.
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