Webinar Recording: DSpace batch editing
Are you frequently correcting author information, adding keywords, reformatting abstracts or resolving duplicates in DSpace? These use cases are just a few examples where DSpace batch editing features can turn a task of hours into a matter of minutes.
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Refresh your knowledge about following features in this free Atmire webinar:
- Spreadsheet (CSV) batch editing
- Free Atmire CSV Power Tools
- Policy wilcard tool for batch manipulation of authorizations
- Merging duplicates with the Atmire Metadata Quality Module
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