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WorldFish Digital Archive arrives on KnowledgeArc Platform

We are pleased to welcome CGIAR’s WorldFish Digital Archive to KnowledgeArc’s managed hosted DSpace platform. CGIAR is dedicated to reducing poverty and hunger whilst working with the various ecosystems to provide research for sustainable agriculture. WorldFish Center, headquartered in Penang, Malaysia, has the goal “to reduce poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture.” The…

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Po.et WordPress Plugin officially accepted into the WP directory

The metadata asset time stamping token Po.et has been officially accepted into the WordPress directory. https://wordpress.org/plugins/po-et/ KnowledgeArc assisted Po.et in finalising the plugin to be accepted into the WordPress directory. Read more about the exciting Po.et project at https://www.po.et/

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Introducing CollectionPress

DSpace + WordPress = CollectionPress. We are pleased to announce an open source project for the WordPress plugin, CollectionPress. CollectionPress brings together the document and knowledge management capabilities of DSpace with the content management and blogging capabilities of WordPress. CollectionPress can be used for creating an institution’s Author pages, allowing for each author to have…

KnowledgeArc Launches First Open Access Repositories in Myanmar

KnowledgeArc Launches First Open Access Repositories in Myanmar

New DSpace Archives and Training We are pleased to have participated in the EIFL Open Access Repository Workshops and DSpace Training. They took place at Mandalay University and Yangon University earlier this month in Myanmar. While there, we launched the two new Open Access repositories. We will assist them over the next few months to…

ORCID

What is ORCID? “ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-driven effort to create and maintain a registry of unique researcher identifiers and a transparent method of linking research activities and outputs to these identifiers.” KnowledgeArc has implemented the ORCID API which allows for using an existing ID, registering for a new ORCID from within the KnowledgeArc…