Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology (AJIST)
Development of Institutional Repository Using DSpace at ICMR- National Institute of Epidemiology, Chennai, Tamil Nadu: An OverviewAuthor : S. Satish
Volume 9 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 96-102
Institutional repositories is converting the intellectual output of an institution to digital form. It contains collecting, archiving, preserving of Institute intellectual output in the digital form, as the archives are thesis, publications, reports, dissertation, teaching materials, presentations, video, images, photographs, printed material, newspaper clippings. ICMR-NIE has started its digital library service from 2015. This paper discusses the setup of a digital institute repository at ICMR-NIE using the open source software D-Space for the long-term preservation of the institutional materials. It benefits the institute by raising the institute’s profile for a broader dissemination, increased use, and enhances the Institute research materials to the staff, scholars, students and faculty members.
Institute Repository, DSpace, Epidemiology, Digital Archive
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