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The information platform on ePublishing technology CARPET has improved its services: The new self-administration functionality allows you to control all your data and entries; you’re from now on able to administrate, to edit or to delete the datasets you leave on the platform. The CARPET Catalogue for ePublishing software and services has got a new look and a bilingual workflow for catalogue entries has been implemented. The new improvements are part of the sustainability concept of the CARPET project in order to provide the CARPET Platform to you for a long period of time.
With the new self-administration functions every member of the CARPET community can administrate, update or delete the data, he had left previous on the platform. Beside every personal detail in the ...
Evidence Base at Birmingham City University has once again been commissioned to undertake an important survey of developers working and studying in education (largely in universities and colleges in the UK) and their stakeholders on behalf of DevCSI:
If you are developer, you work with developers, or your work is affected by the work of developers, please fill in this important survey. The broad topics of this survey include: benchmarking developers across the sector; examining stakeholders' views of software development; discovering examples of local innovation; and gathering suggestions about the on going future development of a developer community in UK education.
The survey is very important for informing the future work of the DevCSI project and should provide useful ...
The CARPET project team is is proud to present you the newly designed news section in a fresh design with new features. To do this, the old news module has been replaced by a new and innovative blog module and offers the following features:
In contrast to other traditional blog systems, in the CARPET News Blog you can not only comment posts, your are even able to write, categorize and tag your own posts and announcements according to your project or your software developments!
To stay in touch with comments on your or another article you can notify yourself by E-mail or RSS feed or simply subscribe to the entire CARPET News Blog via RSS feed!
There are many additional browsing variations to find interesting ...
During the last weeks the opposition of the Research Work Act has been forming up. The bill is currently for Committee Consideration in the US congress and would prohibit open access mandates for public funded research institutions.
The bill is appointed to the lobby organization Association of American Publishers, but the protest is focusing on the Dutch publisher Elsevier, which publishes over 2600 magazines and is one of the world’s leading scholar publishers. Elsevier is beside the Research Work Capital Act under heavy criticism because of their pricing policy and the sale of magazines in bundles.
Timothy Gowers has announced his boycott of Elsevier in January and started a small ...
Like announced on DINI-/Helmholtz-Workshop on 01/12/2010 CARPET presents the article "Repositoryhosting" by Anja Oberländer as a Living-Document in the CARPET Technology Knowledge Base. Everyone is invited to participate.