A DSpace Powered Digital Library Opens in India With Four More Launching Soon
From the The Times of India:
Society was in need of youths who were ready to take the reins of the nation and transform themselves into global leaders, D Purandeswari, minister of state for human resources and development, said on Thursday. She was inaugurating the Dspace digital library at St Albert’s College, Ernakulam.
The Dspace digital library is one of the five digital libraries opened in colleges utilizing MP’s local area development funds. The online library that will be based on Dspace, an open source digital repository solution, will be a platform for capturing, storing, indexing, preserving and redistributing intellectual output for the use of students.
The remainder of the story includes a list of the four other universities launching DSpace powered sites.
Direct to DSpace at St Albert’s College, Ernakulam
Learn More About DSpace ||| DSpace Visualization (PDF)
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