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E-LIS has migrated to DSpace

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February 2011
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Dear All,

E-LIS(http://eprints.rclis.org/) which is one of the biggest repository of library and information science has recently migrated into Dspace from Eprints. It has more than 11545 document in different language now in its 8 anniversary.

May be there are different reason, which they have migrated, but good news is, as i am a supporter of Dspace can say that its proof the robustness of Dspace. The software is going better and better with the new version.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Nishant Kumaria says:

    Let me know differences between Dspace & Eprints.. !! why not Eprints? and in DSpace-3.0 changes made in Messages.Properties, are not being reflected.. !! Either i choose to work with lower version of DSpace or to move to Eprints.. !! PLEASE REPLY SOON.!

    • Mallikarjun Dora says:

      Hello Nishant,

      I have worked with only Dspace so i will be better to speak Dspace only. Eprints is one of the best software for Institutional Repeository, its proved as IISc like premiere institute use Eprints.

      so it is your call which software you want to use on your requirement or criteria. regarding message.properties its working fine with us. here we have upgrade in to 3.1 version.

      Regards

  2. Mukesh Khatri says:

    Dear sir/Mam

    I don’t know wt is d-space Plz explan it

    Mukesh
    Librarian
    I2Tb,Haryana

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