The 11th International Conference of Repositories is fast approaching and once again our representatives from EPrints will be there.
On Tuesday 14th June Les Carr, Director of EPrints, will be on the ‘Repository Rodeo‘ panel immediately after the opening keynote. Les will also be opening the EPrints Interest Group track in the afternoon discussing EPrints 3.4.
Kelly Terrell, EPrints Open Education Lead, will immediately follow Les to talk about ‘Repositories for open education: a reflection and look forward for EPrints‘.
We will also have a poster on display during the conference on the upcoming EPrints 3.4 release.
As well as our team, there is also a great representation from across the community talking about EPrints including:
- Engaging Arts Researchers: EPrints Research Repositories in a Post-Kultur Landscape. Marie-Therese Gramstadt1, Amy Robinson2, Stephanie Meece1. 1University of the Arts London; 2University for the Creative Arts
- CRISPrints: can a repository be a CRIS? Michael Eadie, University of Glasgow
- Looking Ahead to the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF): Supporting Open Access with EPrints. William Nixon, University of Glasgow
- Managing APCs with institutional repository software (EPrints). Gernot Deinzer, University of Regensburg
- Discovery of Data Gems in EPrints Repositories. Martin Paul Brändle, Jens Vieler, University of Zurich
- IST DataRep – implementing an institutional repository. Barbara Petritsch, IST Austria
- We’re API and we know it: exploiting data from multiple sources. Nick Sheppard, Jennifer Bayjoo, Kirsty Bower, Leeds Beckett University
We look forward to seeing you in Dublin!