An overview of the current status of Invenio, the community, ongoing projects and future projects.
“JAIRO Cloud” has been provided as the shared repository service in
Japan since 2012 by National Institute of Informatics. In April 2019,
the number of institutional repositories in Japanese universities based
on JAIRO Cloud is exceeded 558, which covers 70% of the number of
institutional repositories in Japan. Nowadays, it has become to be
widely recognized as the institutional repository...
The National Library of Technology (NTK) runs two invenio repositories - National Repository of Grey Literature (NUSL; v1.1.2) and instituional repository of NTK (IDR; v1.0.0). The repositories have partly same typology and data models. We have just started on works on upgrade and creating new data model. For now we are discovering which parts are missing and we still need to keep them as...
An introduction to JuSER repository as a publication database, and open access repository including authorities for reporting. Includes an overview of APC integration in JuSER reporting.
Currently, JOIN2 uses INVENIO 1.1.7 as base software. JOIN2 is implemented at eight instances and is in use
- as a repository
- as an integrated library system (ILS)
- as a current research information system (CRIS)
- as Article Processing Charges (APC) handling system
- and for Campus literature management (private collection)
INVENIO 1.x was preferred over the other systems on the...
Research Data Repository @ Universität Hamburg
Learn how the Invenio RDM will be used to support clinical and translational research through work happening in the CTSA Program National Center for Data to Health and Northwestern University.
The CERN Open Data repository platform manages and disseminates close to two petabytes of open data from particle physics. This includes collision and simulated datasets together with software code examples, associated documentation, configuration files, and virtual machines enabling to explore the released data for both educational and research purposes. In this talk, we will address how...
The presentation will show some insights about the migration from Invenio 1 to Invenio 3. It will include some real examples with focusing on data management and architecture challenges.
Short presentation (from a software developer's point of view) of the process of developing the new Repository starting from zero.
There are two main projects based on Invenio v3 at RERO currently, both under active development: RERO ILS and SONAR. RERO ILS is an Integrated Library System, and it includes two sub-projects, RERO-EBOOKS and MEF (Multilingual Entity File). The second main project, SONAR, is a Swiss-wide institutional repository that intends to collect, promote and preserve scholarly publications of authors...
An enterprise search as a service solution based on Invenio 3
Citations and COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics
CERN has partnered with 10 multidisciplinary institutions and companies to build a turn-key open source research data management platform called InvenioRDM, and grow a diverse community to sustain the platform.
The InvenioRDM project is funded by the CERN Knowledge Transfer Fund, as well as all the participating partners, including:
- Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)
- Caltech Library...
Join us for an open discussion on open source community building and how to empower your local engagement efforts.
Open discussion about how to empower the Invenio community.
TIND was started in 2013 as an official CERN spin-off providing Invenio as a service, now serving customers such as UC Berkeley, Caltech, Columbia and the United Nations. Over the past years, TIND has heavily developed on the Invenio framework, including the implementation of many new technologies and standards (e.g. Elasticsearch, IIIF) as well as developing small and large modules completely...