|Title: ||Ensuring Access to Cultural Heritage Resources|
|Authors: ||Stangeland, Elin|
|Issue Date: ||15-Dec-2009|
|Abstract: ||DSpace@Cambridge is the institutional repository for the University of Cambridge. It was established to facilitate both dissemination and preservation of digital materials created by members of the University. The first part of the presentation will focus on how the DSpace@Cambridge service can support the management of cultural heritage resources generated by University projects. Available approaches will be discussed, and case studies from various departments in the University will be presented.
As repository services such as DSpace@Cambridge are still in their infancy, we expect to see considerable changes in the coming years. The second part of the presentation will focus on the challenges faced by DSpace@Cambridge, and will include a discussion of possible future directions for the repository.|
|Appears in Collections:||World Oral Literature Project Workshop 2009|
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