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Counter COUNTER provides the standard that enables the knowledge community to count the use of electronic resources. Known as the Code of Practice, the standard ensures vendors and publishers can provide their library customers with consistent, credible and comparable usage data.
COUNTER provides the standard that enables the knowledge community to count the use of electronic resources. Known as the Code of Practice, the...
DSpace Open source institutional repository software
Open source institutional repository software
Fedora Fedora is a modular, open source repository system for the management and dissemination of digital content.
Fedora is a modular, open source repository system for the management and dissemination of digital content.
Islandora Islandora is a free and open-source software digital repository system based on Fedora Commons, Drupal and a host of additional applications.
Islandora is a free and open-source software digital repository system based on Fedora Commons, Drupal and a host of additional applications.
Memento Memento is a standard protocol (IETF RFC 7089) to connect the present representation of a web resource with past representations of that resource. "With Memento, you are able to access a version of a Web resource as it existed at some date in the past, by entering that resource's HTTP address in your browser like you always do, and by specifying the desired date in a browser plug-in." (from http://mementoweb.org/about/)
Memento is a standard protocol (IETF RFC 7089) to connect the present representation of a web resource with past representations of that...
OSF Preprints Branded preprint servers backed by the OSF.
Branded preprint servers backed by the OSF.
Samvera Samvera is not one single software product; rather, it is a suite of components built and supported by the Samvera Community. In addition, Samvera draws on many more open source components, from the Blacklight discovery application, supported by an overlapping community, to Solr, maintained by the Apache Foundation and used widely and internationally across commerce, education and beyond. The aim of Samvera, as a community and software stack, is to work together to deliver common core repository functionality, in a way that can be flexibly applied to a range of use cases.
Samvera is not one single software product; rather, it is a suite of components built and supported by the Samvera Community. In addition, Samvera...
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