Systems Programmer/Specialist at NCSU

Posted in Library IT Jobs on July 7th, 2014

NCSU is recruiting a Systems Programmer/Specialist.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The Systems Programmer/Specialist plays a critical role within the Enterprise Operations group of the Libraries Information Technology department. This position is responsible for managing the core infrastructure that supports the Libraries' advanced use of virtual servers and desktops and serves as a local expert on the relationships between servers, applications, and storage. This work includes monitoring systems performance and working with customers, specialists, and vendor support technicians to resolve highly complex problems across interrelated systems and to make recommendations for technical changes to prevent future problems.

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    Preserving eBooks

    Posted in Data Curation, Open Data, and Research Data Management, E-Books, Publishing, Scholarly Books on July 7th, 2014

    The Digital Preservation Coalition has released Preserving eBooks.

    Here's an excerpt from the announcement:

    Written by Portico's Amy Kirchhoff and Sheila Morrissey, and published in association with Charles Beagrie Ltd., this report discusses the current developments and issues with which public, national and higher education libraries, publishers, aggregators and preservation institutions must contend to ensure long-term access to eBook content.

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      Digital Curation News (7/3/2014) #digitalpreservation

      Posted in Digital Curation News on July 3rd, 2014

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        Digital Library Software Engineer at Harvard University

        Posted in Digital Library Jobs on July 3rd, 2014

        Harvard University is recruiting a Digital Library Software Engineer.

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        This is a one year term position, with the possibility of renewal, contingent on funding, university priorities and satisfactory job performance.

        Harvard University IT Library Technology Services is seeking a java software engineer to enhance existing Library software to make possible the preservation and on-line delivery of digital video material at Harvard. This project will add support for video files to the Library's large-scale digital preservation repository enabling the deposit, preservation, management and delivery of video files. Ultimately this will make Harvard's video collections more accessible to researchers, teachers and learners now and into the future.

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          VIVO 1.7 Released

          Posted in Open Source Software, Scholarly Communication on July 3rd, 2014

          The VIVO Project has released VIVO 1.7.

          Here's an excerpt from the announcement:

          The VIVO 1.7 release combines new features with improvements to existing features and services and continues to leverage the VIVO-Integrated Semantic Framework (VIVO-ISF) ontology introduced in VIVO 1.6. No data migration or changes to local data ingest procedures, visualization, or analysis tools drawing directly on VIVO data will be required to upgrade to VIVO 1.7.

          VIVO 1.7 notably includes the results of an ORCID Adoption and Integration Grant to support the creation and verification of ORCID iDs. VIVO now offers the opportunity for a researcher to add and/or confirm his or her global, unique researcher identifier directly with ORCID without the necessity of applying through other channels and re-typing the 16-digit ORCID identifier.

          What is VIVO?

          VIVO is an open source semantic web application originally developed and implemented at Cornell. When installed and populated with researcher interests, activities, and accomplishments, it enables the discovery of research and scholarship across disciplines at that institution and beyond. VIVO supports browsing and a search function which returns faceted results for rapid retrieval of desired information. Content in any local VIVO installation may be maintained manually, brought into VIVO in automated ways from local systems of record, such as HR, grants, course, and faculty activity databases, or from database providers such as publication aggregators and funding agencies.

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            Lead Web Developer at UCLA

            Posted in Library IT Jobs on July 3rd, 2014

            UCLA is recruiting a Lead Web Developer.

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            Under the supervision of the Head, Software Development and Project Management, the incumbent will work collaboratively to set priorities and goals and solve technical problems, identify technical opportunities and work with users.

            As part of a project team, provides programming and systems analysis for the design, development and documentation of large, complex Library web presence. Uses web based system technologies, design methodologies, and user needs specifications to lead programming for our Drupal environment. Standard software tools and protocols, such as PHP, JavaScript, XSLT, Solr, and database technologies, will be used to create large multi-faceted, dynamic web sites and applications.

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              SCOAP3 Has Published 2,000 Articles

              Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Scholarly Journals on July 3rd, 2014

              The Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics (SCOAP3) has published 2,000 articles.

              Here's an excerpt from the announcement:

              Two thousand Open Access articles have been published with SCOAP3 funding since January 2014 in 10 journals from 11 publishers and learned societies. These articles are released under a CC-BY license, and openly accessible on publishers websites. In addition, articles are also immediately available on the SCOAP3 repository at repo.scoap3.org in several formats, including PDF/A and XML for text-mining and other purposes. Scientists from over 80 countries have freely published in SCOAP journals so far.

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                Digital Curation News (7/2/2014) #digitalpreservation

                Posted in Digital Curation News on July 2nd, 2014

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