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metadata.dc.type: Trabalho apresentado em evento
Title: Local and Interoperable Digital Libraries of Theses and Dissertations: The New Brazilian Scenario
metadata.dc.creator: Carvalho Segundo, Washington Luís Ribeiro de
Assis, Tainá Batista de
Shintaku, Milton
Macêdo, Diego José
Amaral, Márcio R. G. do
Oliveira, Alan Christian de Lima
Abstract: It is true that the advances in information technology have brought about significant changes in the production processes, and the dissemination and the use of the results of scientific research. The impact of these changes also led to a direct impact in the dissemination of the thesis or dissertation typology and so, despite being commonly called as "gray literature", may still be considered to belong to the class of scientific objects. Thus, these documents now where stored in its own information systems, mostly specific digital libraries for theses and dissertations, allowing the community access, particularly to the full text. This software is termed as Publishing System of Theses and Dissertations (TEDE) developed by IBICT and passed on to teaching and research institutions. In the final year of 2014, a new version of TEDE (called TEDE2) was developed and launched by the Institute, based on a customization of sofware DSpace 4.2, in order to keep up with new technological tools used for disseminating scientific output of institutions, and according to the conditions of open access to scientific information. The project can be accessed on https://github.com/ibict-br/TEDE. The key features addest the original DSpace project were (http://bit.ly/TEDE2keyfeatures)
Keywords: Repository
Theses and Dissertations
DSpace
Interoperability
Publisher: Open Repositories 2015
metadata.dc.rights: Acesso Aberto
URI: http://ridi.ibict.br/handle/123456789/505
Issue Date: Jun-2015
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