Cron Jobs setup for DSpace production system

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Add crob jobs with the following lines in crob jobs
root@dspace#crontab -e

@hourly /home/dspace/bin/dspace itemcounter

@hourly /home/dspace/bin/dspace stats-util -f
@hourly /home/dspace/bin/dspace stats-util -i
@daily /home/dspace/bin/dspace stats-util -u
@daily /home/dspace/bin/dspace stats-util -m

@daily /home/dspace/bin/dspace update-discovery-index -o
@weekly /home/dspace/bin/dspace update-discovery-index -b -f
@monthly /home/dspace/bin/dspace update-discovery-index -c

@weekly /home/dspace/bin/dspace checker -u -d2h -p
@weekly /home/dspace/bin/dspace checker-emailer -a
@monthly /home/dspace/bin/dspace cleanup

10 0 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace embargo-lifter

0 1 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace sub-daily

10 1 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace stat-general
20 1 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace stat-monthly

10 2 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace stat-report-general
20 2 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace stat-report-monthly

@weekly /home/dspace/bin/dspace filter-media
0 3 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace index-update
0 6 * * * /home/dspace/bin/dspace generate-sitemaps

Providing First World Library services By using Koha, DSpace, vufind and Drupal

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Providing First World Library services By using Koha, DSpace, vufind and Drupal

Library Automation and Digitization at Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University 6 December 2012 Providing First World Library services By using Koha, DSpace, vufind and Drupal Presented By Nur Ahammad Consultant of the project- Modernization of Central Library of CVASU

Install DSpace on Debian Squizee

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There are some prerequisite software for DSpace installation on Debian Squizee

E-Books

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Project Gutenberg offers free books in many formats. Do a search using the word “children” and there’s a list of categories with many different types of children’s books. The link for this search is http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/search.html/?format=html&default_prefix=subjects&sort_order=downloads&query=children

Google also offers free ebooks in many formats. Go to Google Bookshttp://books.google.com/. Type in a term, title, or author. One example of a phrase I tried is “children’s stories”. You can search for the type of books you’re interested in using subject terms. Click on the Search button. After you get results, click on Free Google ebooks, which is on the left side of the web page. Your results are for children’s books that are free and can be downloaded from Google.

For U.S. books, please note that many free books are older books which are no longer subject to U.S. copyright law.


 Mrs. P and her free interactive magic library athttp://www.mrsp.com/. Mrs. P is played by TV Star Kathy Kinney who played Mimi on The Drew Carey Show.


From this site is not possible to download, but it’s got nice simple search for kids and you can read online:
http://www.childrenslibrary.org/icdl/SimpleSearchCategory?ilang=English

Syn Item and biblio table

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As you’ve seen, items info are stored in two locations: ‘items’ table
and with the biblio records. If you load data the way you’ve done it,
you have to ‘copy’ data from items table to biblio records. There is
script that can do it automatically for you:

    misc/maintenance/sync_items_in_marc_bib.pl

The other option is to create directly items records during biblios
import. You have to put your item info into 952 tag for MARC21 records
(995 for UNIMARC).

kete

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Kete is a collaboration engine. It is open source software that you can use to create and share online. Write topics and upload images, audio, video, documents.


http://kete.net.nz/

ONIX

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The ONIX family includes standards for BooksSerials and Licensing Terms (including RROs).
All ONIX standards are designed to support computer-to-computer communication between parties involved in creating, distributing, licensing or otherwise making available intellectual property in published form, whether physical or digital. All are expressed in XML.

ONIX for Books was the first, and is the most widely-adopted, member of EDItEUR’s ONIX family of standards. It was initially developed by EDItEUR jointly with Book Industry Communication (UK) and theBook Industry Study Group (US) and is now maintained under the guidance of an International Steering Committee including not only BIC and BISG but also national user groups in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, The Republic of Korea, The Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Spain, and Sweden.
The ONIX for Books Product Information Message is the international standard for representing and communicating book industry product information in electronic form.

Other ONIX standards include ONIX for Serials and ONIX for Publications Licenses (including the communication of rights and repertoire data between RROs (Reproduction Rights Organizations)), as well as more specialised formats for metadata associated with the registration of identifiers (DOIsISTCs



http://www.editeur.org/8/ONIX/

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