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Luis Zorita (UNED)

The Semantic Web consists of elements that keep relaicones each other, called "linked data".
What is the relationship of the "linked data" with the objects in our repositories?
What advantages or value added services would bring us to transform our objects "linked data"?
Can you create a global repository on the Web?
In this paper we will try to answer these questions.

Open Access: Projects and initiatives, and OpenAire COAR
Alicia López Medina (UNED)

COAR, founded in October 2009 in Ghent (Belgium) during the week of Open Access, is an international association of organizations and individuals who have a common strategic interest in open access to scientific communication. COAR promotes the creation of interoperable infrastructures that support global data layer of open access repositories that allow reuse of data services and content providers. OpenAire
(Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe) is a three-year funded under FP7 involving 38 partners from 27 European countries. OpenAire The main objective is to support the Open Access pilot project launched by the Commission in August 2008, which requires researchers in seven thematic areas of the deposit of research results in an institutional repository or thematic open access to full text . OpenAire develop the infrastructure to enable researchers to meet this mandate. LOGIN

and BUSTREAMING: Integration of audio and video in the process of self-archiving Repository ULPGC open access
Carnal Inmaculada Domínguez, María Pilar López Díez and María Pino Vera Cazorla (ULPGC)

Presentation of two new platforms developed by the Library of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: ACCESS (scientific documentation ULPGC open access) and BUSTREAMING (multimedia documents.) These are two new initiatives of the University Library framed within the Open Access movement, in addition to the existing Digital Memory Canary Islands, which began in 2003 with great success. Although the software used for the development of ACCESS is to DSpace University Library has introduced services to users and administrators, as For example, the ability to upload documents without having to use self-archiving and the incorporation of BUStreaming tool developed by the Library to view multimedia files, either through the Access Portal (cuandosean scientific works created by members of the university), or either view or listen to multimedia losarchivos that have been donated to be part of the Memory Digital de Canarias.

Are our repositories strong enough to take on institutional mandates?
Pablo de Castro (UC3M)

When data are analyzed general policy of promoting open access offers substantial differences are seen ROARMAP between countries.
This paper focuses on the study of size, flexibility and stability of the teams managing the English repositories at present to determine whether they are strong enough and stable enough to support institutional mandates. For this we have conducted a survey of repositories in order to gather information on the structure of the professional teams that manage them. Since the level of development among English repositories is very uneven, the analysis will initially focus on those that are more established, although the intention of the study is to achieve a level of coverage as broad as possible, eventually may exceed national boundaries.

contribution Resource Center for Learning and Research to promote open access in the University of Barcelona
Judit Casals Parladé

this communication is to expound the initiatives from the Resource Center Learning and Research in the UB to promote open access. Key initiatives will include the commissioning of the institutional repository and the creation of the Office for Knowledge Dissemination in 2007. These are two support structures and support that allow the practice, endorse or favor the existence of policies institutional promotion of open access. It offers the institution the necessary infrastructure to enable the one hand to collect, archive, process, disseminate and preserve the university's scientific output (digital repository) and other advice on the management of copyright and promote open knowledge. Other contributions UB CRAI of the institution are to promote and disseminate the concept of open access among faculty and students of UB, through an information, advice and training, contribution to increasing the visibility of scientific production, or dissemination practices and marketing.


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