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FuturePundit vivo DuraSpace Technologies The DuraSpace technology portfolio crosses the boundaries of institutional systems, the Web, and cloud infrastructure and inherently addresses representation and preservation of digital content. Our open source software and services help to ensure that current and future generations have access to our collective digital heritage and currently power more than 2,000 sites in 90 countries. DSpace ( is a turnkey institutional repository application, Fedora ( is a framework for building digital repositories, VIVO ( is a locally hosted system for showcasing the scholarship of an institution, and DuraCloud ( an open source platform and managed service that provides on-demand storage and services for digital content in the cloud. We are continually improving and expanding DuraSpace open technologies to provide you with durable, flexible software solutions that integrate seamlessly with your infrastructure.

Social media is a powerful tool for communicating your research to the outside world. The Melbourne Engagement Lab runs a range of programs, including those on social media, to assist academic staff and graduate researchers of the University of Melbourne reach audiences for their research. Here are some of their upcoming Social Media workshops: Social Media 1 Why tweet, post or blog? Tuesday, 15 March 2016, 10:00-12:00 Tuesday, 30 August 2015,10:00-12:00 (repeat) Social Media 2 This workshop is a practical session to assist beginners in getting started in the digital world. Thursday, 17 March 2016, 10:00-12:00 Tuesday, 16 August 2016,10:00-12:00 (repeat) NB: Social Media 1 is the ‘why’ and Social Media 2 is the ‘how’ – participants should aim to attend both workshops. More information and workshop registrations here. Public domain image (CC-O) from: 1. 2. 3.

Zenodo - Research. Shared. Introduction - mb-pde - Step by step explanation how to use PDE including Video tutorial. - Java Software Design Pattern Detection Engine PDE is used to detect software design pattern in Java software. There are a couple of steps that need to be done to detect design patterns. Dynamic facts PDE needs dynamic facts from the software that is analyzed. These dynamic facts consist of a list of method calls that are executed during run-time of the software. Instrument your software using Probekit from the Eclipse TPTP Project. Video Tutorial: Creating dynamic facts using Eclipse TPTP and the predefined probekit script. Static facts The static facts are extracted using the PDE software. install javex, grok and ql on your Linux system (see below) edit the software.xml file and edit the execution links for javex, grok and ql according to your system. java -jar pde3.jar -static Dynamic analysis The dynamic analysis uses the static and dynamic facts as well as dynamic definitions of the design patterns to verify the possible candidate instances. The dynamic definitions of the design patterns are stored in the designpatterns.xml file. End

eSciDoc.PubMan, a publication repository software MPG.PuRe This is the publication repository of the Max Planck Society. It contains bibliographic data and numerous fulltexts of the publications of its researchers. The repository is based on eSciDoc.PubMan, a publication repository software developed by the Max Planck Digital Library. Currently we are working on the migration of the data base of the predecessor system eDoc into this repository. Read more Search for publications here ... or browse through different categories. Tools and Interfaces Search and Export Do you want to integrate your PubMan Data within an external system? Service for data transfer Do you want to fetch data from external sources like arXiv, BioMed Central, PubMed Central or Spires? Validation service Check your XML data for formal correctness with our validation service. Control of Named Entities (CoNE) Search and administrate controlled vocabularies for persons, journals, classifications or languages. SWORD-Interface

PhD Support - Leeds University Library Leeds University Library Search Library website PhD support PhD training Library courses offered in 2015/16 for PhD students. Subject resources Explore Library resources for your subject area Library tweets UoLLibrary: Learn the 'Power of the paragraph' in Skills@Library's express workshop this Wed 12:15-12:45 #secrettosuccess 15m ago UoLLibrary: Exciting week of events from @sabgallery & @UoLTreasures for 'Get to know your Galleries' 1 hr ago Join the conversation Current Awareness Copyright for PhDs EndNote E-theses All content © 2016 Leeds University Library. Library homepage What's new Site map Search the website Help Terms & conditions Enquiries and feedback Accessibility statement Top of the page

Growth Hacker Jobs - Silk wnbrowser, A Graphical WordNet Browser A Graphical WordNet Browser wnbrowser is a tool for visually browsing the WordNet lexical database of English. Words are displayed as a graph, which can be interactively expanded to discover related words and concepts. Downloading and Running Download wnbrowser here Download WordNet and Java Type: java -Dwordnet.database.dir=<WordNet dict directory> -jar wnbrowser.jar Source Code wnbrowser is written in the Scala language using the JUNG Graph visualization library and the JAWS Java WordNet API. The source code may be downloaded by clicking this link.

EPrints | open-source digital repository platform About EPrints Welcome to the home of EPrints, the world-leading open-source digital repository platform. Developed at the University of Southampton, EPrints has been providing stable, innovative repository services across the academic sector and beyond for over 15 years. We are proud of the stability, flexibility and pragmatism of our software. About EPrints Services EPrints Services is our not-for-profit commercial services organisation, which has been building & hosting repositories, training users and developing bespoke functionality for over 10 years. The EPrints team is committed to working closely with clients to develop tailor-made repositories that fulfil their requirements, and we are proud to be supporting EPrints installations throughout the world.

Doctorat 2.0, les outils numériques au service des chercheurs Au-delà de la maîtrise des outils informatiques traditionnels comme les logiciels de traitement de texte, les outils de présentation de type diaporama (PowerPoint ou Impress), les tableurs ou encore la messagerie électronique, les doctorants sont sensibilisés à travers des formations et des guides en ligne au rôle essentiel joué par les outils numériques dans le cadre de leurs pratiques de recherche. Les outils de veille numérique Se former aux outils Nous avons déjà chroniqué sur Thot l'excellent tutoriel Form@doct visant à répondre aux besoins informationnels des chercheurs. Dans une perspective similaire, Corinne Habarou (Urfist de Paris) publie via SlideShare un imposant panorama des Outils et services gratuits utiles en thèse : Comme tout un chacun, le chercheur est bien évidemment amené à faire un usage raisonné de ces différents outils dans le cadre d'une réflexion plus globale sur son identité numérique. Sources Mélodie Faury :

Es un placer compartirles un número más de la Revista Electrónica del CONRICYT Inicio > Noticias y Avisos > Noticias Es un placer compartirles un número más de la Revista Electrónica del CONRICYT ¡Primera Llamada para Entre Pares 2016! 14 de julio de 2016 En este segundo número de la revista electrónica del Consorcio Nacional de Recursos de Información Científica y Tecnológica (CONRICYT), extendemos la invitación para que asistas a la Quinta Edición de nuestro Seminario Entre Pares 2016, el cual se llevará a cabo el 5 y 6 de septiembre en el Centro Cultural Universitario Bicentenario (CC200), en la ciudad de San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. Fuente: CONRICYT Ver más noticias