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The DSpace Course. Module – Items in DSpace. Module objectives. By the end of this module you will: Understand what an item in DSpace is, and what it is made up of Know about bundles and bitstreams Know how the standard submission interface works

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The DSpace Course

Module – Items in DSpace


Module objectives

  • By the end of this module you will:

    • Understand what an item in DSpace is, and what it is made up of

    • Know about bundles and bitstreams

    • Know how the standard submission interface works

    • Have submitted an item into a DSpace repository


What is an item?

  • An item is made up of:

    • Metadata

    • Bundles (e.g. ORIGINAL / LICENCE / TEXT)

    • Bitstreams


The standard submission interface

  • A typical submission:

    • Choose a collection to submit to

    • Answer some initial questions

    • Enter some metadata

    • Upload some files

    • Verify the submission

    • Agree to the deposit licence


Practical exercise: submit an item

  • Submit an item to your repository

    • Enter a collection you have created

    • Perform a submission using a test item supplied to you


Credits

  • These slides have been produced by:

    • Stuart Lewis & Chris Yates

    • Repository Support Project

      • http://www.rsp.ac.uk/

    • Part of the RepositoryNet

    • Funded by JISC

      • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/


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