We host a consortial DSpace repository for the California State University system: http://scholarworks.calstate.edu/, along with starting to use/test OJS/OCS, etc.
Happy to answer any specific questions.
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Subject: [CODE4LIB] Consortial services
I am trying to get a sense of the extent to which non-OPAC systems are being run by consortia. We know that OPACs have sometimes moved to consortial management (e.g., CARLI, WRLC), but what what about publishing platforms (e.g., OJS), repository platforms (e.g., DSpace, Fedora), or other digital library systems (e.g., Omeka, Archon)? Does anyone have a sense of the degree to which these non-OPAC systems are being run by consortia?
The one I'm aware of is TDL, which I believe offers DSpace, Vireo ETD, and OJS (but not OPAC, surprisingly). Are there others?
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library
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1408 W Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801 USA
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