The Texas Digital Library and DuraSpace are pleased to open up registration for Advanced DSpace Training to TDL members at the DuraSpace member rate of $250. The total cost of the course is being underwritten with generous support from the TDL and DuraSpace. Seating will be limited to 15 participants.…
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A recording of the Texas Digital Library webinar, which was webcast on September 30, 2014, is now available.
In preparation for upgrades to all TDL-hosted DSpace installations, the TDL will host an online presentation and demonstration covering the new features in DSpace 4.
The Texas Digital Library (TDL) is pleased to announce that it is forming a TDL DSpace Users Group for anyone in Texas currently using or interested in DSpace repository software.
he Moody Medical Library at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) has added four medical history collections from the Truman G. Blocker Jr. History of Medicine Collections to its Texas Digital Library (TDL) repository.
As the A&M/UT game approaches (and a football rivalry comes to an end, for now), the TAMUtimes focuses on ongoing areas of collaboration between the two universities, including projects where their libraries are working together to preserve valuable resources.
The Texas Digital Library was pleased to co-sponsor the Sixth International Conference on Open Repositories (OR11), which was held this year in Austin on June 6-11.
A report from Texas A&M Libraries on efforts to support grant-seeking faculty in meeting new NSF requirements to develop data management plans.
TDL member Texas A&M Galveston works to safeguard the future of Galveston Bay through the Galveston Bay Information Center (GBIC), a key piece of which is a TDL-hosted DSpace repository.
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Tags: digital repositories, DSpace, Galveston Bay Bibliography, Galveston Bay Information Center, member news, member story, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Texas Digital Library
Using TDL services, member institution UT Southwestern Medical Center Library is upgrading its electronic thesis and dissertation (ETD) program to streamline submission and management and make theses and dissertations more visible to the worldwide scholarly community.
Posted in Institutional Repositories, Member Story, TDL Member news, Texas Digital Library, Vireo
Tags: DSpace, electronic theses and dissertations, ETDs, member story, Texas Digital Library, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Vireo