Automate Elsevier content submissions to your DSpace
View the recording of the December webinar, to learn more about the Open Source add-ons Atmire has built for facilitating imports from ScienceDirect.
In this webinar, Bram Luyten co-founder Atmire; Corinne Anderson, Institutional Repository Librarian at Qatar University; and Letitia Mukherjee, Market Development Manager of Sharing Platforms at Elsevier have discussed:
- How DSpace plugins for ScienceDirect APIs help institutions to ingest metadata, abstracts and embargoes of articles written by their authors. The automated metadata ingest will maximize visibility, user experience and compliance of IRs. Aside from files directly uploaded in the repository, direct links to article content on the publisher website are added seamlessly. These links guide users to the best available publisher version: gold open access, full-text PDFs for users with IP access, and accepted manuscripts for other users. Learn how your IR can benefit from free DSpace and ScienceDirect API services and how Elsevier is working with IR managers and technical services to automate their processes
- How Qatar University benefits from DSpace plug-ins and current use cases
- How to implement the DSpace plug-ins for ScienceDirect API service and Atmire and Elsevier customer support.
Click here to get straight to the public documentation and the DSpace 5 and 6 patches for this functionality.
Bram Luyten - co-founder Atmire
After a year of research in the domain of e-Learning repositories in Erik Duval's HMDB group at K.U. Leuven, Bram Luyten founded Atmire at the end of 2006 with his co-founders Lieven Droogmans and Ben Bosman. The company employs a unique expertise in the Open Source Institutional Repository platform DSpace, to offer services to research institutions and libraries. In its projects Atmire works on online dissemination of digital content, through the use of institutional repositories.
Corinne Anderson - Institutional Repository Librarian - Qatar University Library
Corinne has been working at Qatar University since 2014, when she was hired to assist in the redesign of the institutional repository, QSpace. In this role, she collaborates with the University community to promote and enhance the services provided by the IR to further increase the visibility of Qatar University scholarly output.
Letitia Mukherjee - Market Development Manager Sharing Platforms - Elsevier
As Market development manager sharing platforms, Letitia drives the development and adoption of ScienceDirect services that support Institutional Repositories and sharing platforms to improve their user experience, while increasing discoverability and usage of ScienceDirect articles.
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