|Title:||Archiving Government Documents using DSpace|
|Abstract:||Description: A collaborative multi-phased pilot to archive Canadian government documents using DSpace Participants: The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL), a 20 member consortium, is working with municipalities, special and community college libraries. Objectives: To address long standing and widespread concerns about the rapid rate of disappearance of electronic government documents, as well as the desire for greater efficiencies possible through shared cataloguing and archiving. Methodology: Focused short term working groups explore a wide range of issues. Timeframe: The concerns are long standing amongst OCUL members. Work with DSpace began in 2004. A public launch is planned for September 2005.|
|Appears in Collections:||DSpace Federation 2nd User Group meeting|
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