[teknoids] more on e repositories - CALI CONFERENCE SESSION??

John Mayer jmayer at cali.org
Thu Feb 14 13:35:28 EST 2008

Sounds like this would be a good CALI Conference session.

Since Ken is on the CALI Board, I can coerce him to moderate the
session - would  the others who responded or others who have yet to
respond like to be on a panel for this session?


On 2/14/08, Kenneth Hirsh <ken at law.duke.edu> wrote:
> I'd like to elaborate further on our faculty scholarship repository.
> Duke Law has maintained its own faculty scholarship repository  hosted on a
> local server using EPrints software since December 2005.  A joint project of
> the law library and the law school information technology departments, the
> faculty scholarship repository aims to include comprehensive holdings of the
> final versions of all works by current Duke faculty members, and to extend
> coverage retrospectively to cover works by everyone who has taught at Duke.
> At present, the repository holds over 1400 papers and is searchable on the
> Duke Law web site, as well as through Google and other general web search
> engines.  Because the repository complies with the standards and protocols
> of the Open Access Initiative, its holdings are also searchable through
> OAIster and other harvesters of open access repositories, as well as through
> Google and other search engines.
> Before ePrints and DSpace, we partnered with Tom Bruce and LII on the LEDA
> project, which was an ambitious OAI compliant system that also converted
> documents to PDF.
> Ken
>  Kenneth J. Hirsh
> Duke University School of Law
> ken at law.duke.edu
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John Mayer
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