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  • RSP Summer School Triumph!

    Following the tremendous success of February 2009's RSP Winter School, the RSP ran another residential event for the Autumn term.

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  • Open Access and Repositories in the Arts

    The Repositories Support Project is pleased to announce that presentations from Tuesday's successful event, The Role of Open Access and Repositories in the Arts: A Forum for Discussion are now available on the RSP website.

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  • Research in the open: How mandates work in practice

    The Repositories Support Project is delighted to announce that presentations from last week's prestigious event, Research in the open: How mandates work in practice are now available on the RSP website.

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  • RSP EPrints Training Event

    On the 24th of April the Repositories Support Project held an event at the University of Liverpool to help repository managers learn more about EPrints software.

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  • DuraSpace Announcement

    Fedora Commons and the DSpace Foundation, two of the largest providers of open source software for managing and providing access to digital content, announced yesterday that they are to join their organizations to pursue a common mission.

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  • RSP launches podcasts on repositories

    Article announcing the results of an RSP survey of repositories software solutions, including a comparative table and data sheets for individual products - CONTENTdm, Digital Commons, DigiTool, DSpace, EPrints, Fedora, intraLibrary, Open Repository, and VITAL.

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  • RSP Software Survey Results 2009

    Article announcing the results of an RSP survey of repositories software solutions, including a comparative table and data sheets for individual products - CONTENTdm, Digital Commons, DigiTool, DSpace, EPrints, Fedora, intraLibrary, Open Repository, and VITAL.

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  • Another Triumph for the Repositories Support Project

    Yesterday's RSP Softwares event, held at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester has been hailed as a success by delegates.

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  • RSP Winter School Success

    Following the enormous success of the RSP Summer Schools, the first RSP Winter School took place at the end of February at the New Lanark Mill Hotel, Scotland.

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  • Welsh Repository Network (WRN) launch

    The Welsh Repository Network (WRN), a network of twelve institutional repositories within each of the higher education institutions (HEI) within Wales, was launched at the National Library of Wales on Thursday 19 th February, 2009.

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