DSPACE - Educational Transformation through Technology at MIT DSpace™ is a free, open source software platform that allows research organizations to offer faculty and researchers a professionally managed searchable archive for their digital assets. DSpace focuses on simple access to these assets, as well as their long-term preservation.
I’ve often joked with colleagues that my best brainstorm-in-the-shower idea had nothing to do with helping staff learn about new technologies and everything to do with a simple prime number. “Twenty-three things” was a catchphrase I attached to my soapy-born concept for the Learning 2.0 program, and it was “23 Things” that stuck as the online tutorial for exploring Web-based tools was adopted by libraries around the globe. In Minnesota, they launched “23 Things on a Stick.” Ten Tips About 23 Things - 10/1/2008 - School Library Journal