We are pleased to announce that KnowledgeArc has been selected to host and manage the DSpace-CRIS installation for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) which is called Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Information System (TANDIS).
Well, yes, we believe so. Reasons to add statistics to your archive is obvious, and if the statistics can provide useful metrics without to much of a hassle it is even better. Also, as we have already written in a former blogpost it is reasuring that code and content are safe. This makes your day…
With many search engines now determining your page rank based on both how fast your site loads and how securely your visitors can browse your web site, it is more important than ever to secure transmission to and from your web site as well as deliver your web site content as quickly as possible.
Don’t have knowledge of PEM generation, CA chaining and SSL ciphering? You will probably find setting up a CDN to be a very time-consuming and head-banging experience.
Citations are, within some academic publishing traditions, a very important tool to measure impact or an acknowledgement of a work. They are also useful to avoid plagiarism by attributing other works or ideas to the correct source. The citations are also meant to help the reader to navigate the landscape of information within a given…
In the post Ethereum as a Decentralized Archive we developed a simple item contract for archiving. The item held the hash of a file along with metadata describing the file. What we now need is a way to view an item contract on the Ethereum network. The easiest way is to display the item in…
Embed an Altmetric badge on your Joomla! web site and monitor the impact of your research information.
DSpace managers needing to review harvested items before they are published now have an option. JHarvest introduces a new paradigm in harvest management, depositing ingested items into DSpace’s workflow manager when you configure your collection’s accept/reject permissions.