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Nové kompetencie akademickej knižnice: otvorená veda, otvorené repozitáre
Černohlávková, Petra ; Vyčítalová, Hana
The conference was organized by the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice as part of the Week of Science and Technology in Slovakia, the main topics were repositories and open access. At the request of the organizers, the participants presented NTK repositories, in particular the NTK institutional repository.
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Digital repository(ies) of the Charles University - Where are we now and where are we heading?
Řihák, Jakub
This paper describes recent activities of the Central Library of Charles University (based in Prague, Czech Republic) in regards to providing access to digitized and digital-born content, in particular theses and habilitation theses as well as additional varieties of electronic content. The paper also describes the process behind the creation of the digital repository of Charles University, current tasks and plans for the future development of this service. We attempt to answer two “simple” questions: “Where are we now?” and “Where do we want to be in the future?”
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Unification of Subject Description of Aggregated Records in National Repository of Grey Literature
Charvátová, Michaela ; Bratková, Eva (advisor) ; Kučerová, Helena (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on subject description unification methods in records aggregated from different sources in digital repositories, using the example of the National Repository of Grey Literature (NRGL). After presenting experiences with systems BASE and LASSO abroad, I describe the current situation in NRGL, where the automatic indexing is used to assign each record a unified subject heading from the Polythematic Structured Subject Heading System (PSSHS). The thesis then presents how the MeSH thesaurus and Conspectus categorization scheme were mapped to PSSHS. These mappings were then applied to records from the National Medical Library. The aim of the experiment was to compare the subject description consisting of PSSHS subject headings created by automatic indexing, and the subject description created by mapping. In addition to that I explore the possibilities of mapping author keywords in records of academic theses. Powered by TCPDF (
The initiatives, projects and contributions of the Federal Republic of Germany in the field of digital libraries
Taucová, Radka ; Bratková, Eva (advisor) ; Vlasák, Rudolf (referee)
Master thesis is devoted to the currently completed and running projects and initiatives focused on digital libraries in the Federal Republic of Germany. The initial chapters are a brief survey of the recently used termins. The second chapter deals with problematic of open access and its promotion. The third chapter concentrates on the German conception of the information policy and its main representatives: German Research Foundation (Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG, and Federal Ministry for Education and Research (Das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF, and connected operational programmes. The fourth chapter introduces the key initiatives in digital library area: The Information and Communication (Information und Kommunikation, IuK, and The German Initiative for Network Information (Die Deutsche Netzwerkinitiative, DINI, and their role at the emergence of the digital library projects. The German particularity consisting in the process of certification of servers and its prerequisites are described in more details, too. The fifth chapter sketches the chronological line of development and aims to show some selected projects composed into integrated system: opening of electronic dissertations to...
Digital Library for Grey Literature - Functional Model and Pilot Implementation (2008 - 2011)
Pejšová, Petra
The presentation was created for the purpose of advocacy of the four-year project Digital Library for Grey Literature - Functional Model and Pilot Implementation which was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic within the program of research projects in years 2008 to 2011. The project was coordinated by the National Technical Library together with the University of Economics, Prague. The project output is the National Repository of Grey Literature, setting of tools and channels for disseminating the information about grey literature, in particular web pages and workshops, as well as the data transmission to international databases and portals, cooperation with abroad institutions in the field of research and development of grey literature , further outcomes are legal expertise, certified methodology etc.
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The personal archive of Ing. arch. Jan Moučka in the National Repository of Grey Literature
Vyčítalová, Hana
Článek ukazuje na popisu procesu ukládání a zpřístupnění děl z Archivu JM do NUŠLu, jak postupovat při ukládání obdobných typů dokumentů do institucionálních repozitářů. Nedílnou součástí článku je podrobný právní rozbor možností zpřístupnění děl v repozitářích s veřejným přístupem.
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Invenio: A Modern Digital Library System for Grey Literature
Caffaro, Jérôme ; Kaplun, Samuele
Grey literature has historically played a key role for researchers in the field of High- Energy Physics (HEP). Consequently CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Re- search) as the world's largest particle physics laboratory has always been facing the challenge of distributing and archiving grey material. Invenio, an open-source reposi- tory software, has been developed as part of CERN's institutional repository strategy to answer these needs.
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Integration of an Automatic Indexing System within the Document Flow of a Grey Literature Repository
Mynarz, Jindrich ; Škuta, Ctibor
The Web empowered the authors of grey literature to publish their work on their own. In case of self-published works their author is also their indexer. And because not many of the grey literature authors are professional indexers, this may result in poor or no indexing. Even though the Web made publishing easier, indexing is still hard. Nevertheless, we believe that the web technologies and machine learning algorithms may help to reduce the cognitive overhead involved in indexing, and make it eventually as easy as publishing on the Web is.
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