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*[http://eprints.rclis.org/ E-LIS]
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*[http://archivesic.ccsd.cnrs.fr/ Archives SIC (French archive in Communication and Information Sciences)]
*[http://archivesic.ccsd.cnrs.fr/ Archives SIC (French archive in Communication and Information Sciences)]
*[https://drtc.isibang.ac.in/handle/1849/1 Librarians Digital Library]
= Software =
= Software =

Latest revision as of 13:45, 4 May 2012

Success Stories

Repositories in LIS

Repositories of pre-prints, Open Access, conference papers and other materials in LIS


  • CDSware - CERN Document Server Software from Switzerland published under the GPL.
  • DSpace - a digital repository system developed by MIT and HP that is in use at many institutions.
  • Fedora - repository software developed Cornell University and the University of Virginia.
  • GNU EPrints - online archival software published under the GPL.
  • DoKS software - DOcument and Knowledge Sharing application.

Commercial Software

Great Examples

Blogs/Websites to Watch

  • Open Access News: news from the Open Access movement. The most complete blog about OA, edited by Peter Suber.
  • D-Lib Magazine: An impressive electronic journal about digital library development.
  • Sherpa: A project to set up institutional repositories in the UK

Specific Blog Posts/Articles to Check Out