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  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13)
    These templates can be used if you wish to create your own modules to be part of the DSpace Course. There is a PowerPoint slide template and a Word Document workbook template. The course notes often refer to a set of local ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13)
    This module describes how to configure some of the most common features used in DSpace. The module looks in detail at how the submission interface can be modified from the out of the box setup to suit an institutions needs. ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13)
    This module provides information on installation of the DSpace software. Upon completing this module, users will have an understanding of what platforms DSpace can be hosted on, prerequisite software required to install ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13)
    This module will introduce the statistics available within DSpace, and the facilities that are available if you use Google Analytics with DSpace.
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13)
    This module provides information on how to get help and support with all aspects of the DSpace software. Upon completing this module, you will understand the help that is available from channels such as: the DSpace community, ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-13)
    Persistent Identifiers are an integral feature of repositories to assist with resource identification and preservation. This module will look at what persistent identifiers are, how they work and the benefits to using them ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    This module introduces the import and export functionality in DSpace, specifically the batch import and export scripts.
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    This module will introduce the item submission workflows available in DSpace. Workflows allow submissions to be checked before entering the repository. Submissions may be checked for accuracy, in order to improve the ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    Items are one of the core concepts in DSpace. An item a representation of the files and metadata bought together to make an atomic unit. This module introduces items and the constituent parts of metadata, bundles and ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    This module looks at the concepts of Localization and Internationalization and the implications this has for the DSpace software. It explores what features DSpace can be customized to support multilingualism and how this ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-22)
    This module gives an overview of the type of customization that can be performed on a DSpace repository user interface. The module will look at the two interfaces that DSpace 1.5 supports, the XMLUI and the JSPUI detailing ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21)
    This module initially looks at the submission process in further detail, specifically input-forms.xml. It details what the input-forms.xml file is and how it can be used to customize the DSpace submission process. The ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21)
    Communities and Collections are used within DSpace to provide the repository with an easily navigable structure often representing an institutions organizational makeup. This module will begin by describing what both a ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21)
    This module will introduce the concept of RSS feeds and their support in DSpace, the subscription alerting mechanism which allows users to be emailed when new content is added to particular collections, and the news items ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    This module introduces the SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) interface available in DSpace. SWORD allows remote systems (software or agents) to submit items via a common interface. This module introduces ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-21)
    This module provides a basic technical overview of the DSpace software. The module will describe the three tiered application architecture of DSpace and look at how this relates to the server architecture of DSpace. The ...
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    This module provides an introduction to upgrading DSpace from version 1.4 to 1.5. General DSpace upgrade principles are also given to assist with upgrades from earlier versions.
  • Lewis, Stuart; Yates, Chris (2008-08-14)
    This module builds upon the module 'An introduction to users and groups' which introduced the concept of authentication and authorization. The management of groups will be discussed, and this knowledge will be consolidated ...
  • Yates, Chris; Lewis, Stuart (2008-05-06)
    Burn this .iso file to a DVD, and boot your computer using it. The latest version of the Live CD is 'DSpace Live CD - 1-5-0 v2.iso' Log in using the username 'dspace' and the password 'dspace'.
  • Yates, Chris; Lewis, Stuart (2008-08-22)
    THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ...

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