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NDSA-CONTENT  April 2011, Week 4

NDSA-CONTENT April 2011, Week 4

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Re: PEPRS Beta service now available --new preservation e-journal registry

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"Grotke, Abigail" <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 28 Apr 2011 11:24:51 -0400

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Of interest...another registry to add to our list!
Abbie 

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From the EDINA project:
EDINA and the ISSN International Centre are pleased to announce the Beta release of PEPRS, the e-journals preservation registry service. This is the product of JISC-funded project activity, and provides freely available means to discover which e-journals are being preserved by the leading archival organisations - highlighting those e-journals for which no arrangement is on record.

The PEPRS Beta service is available at http://www.peprs.org/

We are carrying out a short survey to assess initial user reaction to PEPRS and are grateful for all responses:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/peprs-beta-service

The ISSN Governing Board met in Paris on Thursday 28th April to formally launch the PEPRS Beta service and to confirm its wholehearted and continuing support for the PEPRS project and the new service.  The Board were very pleased with the work that has been done and wished us all success.  Members of the Board will be circulating this announcement to colleagues worldwide.  PEPRS is expected to have international appeal and anticipated usage from both national and university libraries and all parts of the serials world.

PEPRS was initially funded as a two-year project to scope, design and build a prototype, during which user requirements were gathered from librarians and preservation agencies. The present funding, until July 2012, is geared towards implementation of a service-quality system.

The idea for the registry was mooted in various literature since 2003 and the findings of a JISC-commissioned report carried out by the University of Loughborough and Rightscom were published in 2008. Further background information on the project and details of relevant reports are available on the PEPRS project website at http://edina.ac.uk/projects/peprs/index.html

The five archiving agencies that have been participating in the project and have made metadata available to the PEPRS Beta service include:

- British Library
- CLOCKSS Archive
- e-Depot at the Konjinklijke Bibliotheek
- Global LOCKSS Network
- Portico

It is planned to extend the scope of the service by including metadata from other archiving agencies. Additional functionality will also be added to the service throughout 2011 - details of which are set out in the FAQ section.

A programme to test new functionality is being developed and the project team would welcome offers from users to assist in the testing process.

If you would like to get involved please contact us at [log in to unmask]

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Contact the EDINA HelpDesk at [log in to unmask]

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+44 (0)131 650 3302 (telephone)
+44 (0)131 650 3308 (fax)

Causewayside House,
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EDINA is a UK national academic data centre, designated by JISC on behalf of UK funding bodies to support the activity of universities, colleges and research institutes in the UK, by delivering access to a range of online data services through a UK academic infrastructure, as well as supporting knowledge exchange and ICT capacity building, nationally and internationally.  http://edina.ac.uk/about/

The ISSN International Centre, established through agreement between UNESCO and the French Government, has the aim of introducing and operating an automated system for the registration of serials and maintains the ISSN Register. The ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) is an eight-digit number which identifies periodical publications, including electronic serials.  http://www.issn.org/


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