Texas Digital Library is pleased to participate with its members in a pilot project aimed at improving the discoverability and tracking of articles in U.S. repositories, led by the US Repository Network (USRN).
Two TDL-hosted DSpace repositories — the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Repository and Texas Scholarworks at UT Austin — are included in the pilot cohort of 20 repositories. Using services from CORE, a not-for-profit aggregator service, metadata and full text articles from these repositories will be harvested and made findable through a centralized discovery service. Deliverables from the project will include concrete recommendations and best practice guidelines for machine and human discoverability of research articles in U.S. repositories.
You can read more about the Pilot Project and see the full list of participating repositories here.
About the US Repository Network
USRN is an initiative of SPARC, with support from the Coalition of Open Access Repositories, that is committed to advancing repositories in the United States. TDL Executive Director Kristi Park is a member of the USRN Steering Committee. Learn more about the USRN and its work here.