I saw a presentation on the HKU development of a Current Research Information System on top of their DSpace repository (http://hub.hku.hk/) that, among many other things, does a good job of collecting publication information through harvesting with ORCID ids, etc. They are releasing the code as a module to add on to DSpace (http://cilea.github.io/dspace-cris/). It is probably more of a long-term solution than what you are thinking about now, but it may be worth looking at.
> Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2013 15:35:38 +0000
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Faculty publication database
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> Hi guys,
> Does your library maintain a database of faculty publications? How do you do it?
> Some things I've come across in my (admittedly brief) research:
> - RSS feeds from the major databases
> - RefWorks citation lists
> These options do not necessarily work for my university, made up of 24 colleges/institutions, 6,700+ FT faculty, and 270,000+ degree-seeking students.
> Does anyone have a better solution? It need not be searchable: we are just interested in pulling a periodical report of articles written by our faculty/students without relying on them self-reporting days/weeks/months/years after the fact.
> Alevtina (Allie) Verbovetskaya
> Web and Mobile Systems Librarian
> Office of Library Services
> City University of New York
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