This poster is part of the OR2020 Virtual Poster Session which takes place in the week of June 1-5. We encourage you to ask questions and engage in discussion on this poster by using the comments feature. Authors will respond to comments between June 1-5.
This poster proposes a framework for a terminology management system that supports the use of Arabic terminology. It will enable a tiered approach to allow different levels of complexity in subject representation and be compatible in syntax with other controlled vocabularies and different metadata standards. It will enhance library technology infrastructure for Arabic libraries and is implementable in multiple domains including those of libraries, museums, archives, information services and scientific communities.
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About the presenter:
Sherine Eid is Head of International Library Projects Unit at Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt and has twenty years’ experience in the Library and Information Science field. She is a reviewer for international journals and conferences and has contributed in many publications, published by IFLA, Bibliotheca Alexandrina and Taylor and Francis. She holds a MBA degree in Global Marketing from Paris ESLSCA Business School.
This poster is part of the OR2020 Virtual Poster Session, hosted by the OR2020 Programme Committee in the week of June 1-5. We encourage you to ask questions and engage in discussion on this poster by using the comments feature. Authors will respond to comments between June 1-5.
Abdulla, Mohamed Abdulla (PhD); Raheeb Abdul Rahim Jamil (PhD)
The current study aims to investigate the opportunities and challenges facing Sudanese institutional digital repositories in the Sudanese universities. An analysis of digital repositories techniques, including open-source software, metadata, contents, human resources, qualifications, experience and training programs are explored.
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About the presenters:
Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Imam Al-Mahdi University
Although OR2020 is postponed until May 31 – June 3rd 2021, we are happy to invite you to join a series of free virtual meetings on June 1-4, 2020 that will offer a brief update from the repository community and highlight current discussions, innovations and recent advancements. We aim to create space for learning and connection during the week that OR2020 would have run. This will include one or two sessions per day over Zoom for a duration of ~2 hours. Presentations will be recorded and uploaded to Zenodo Open Repositories community and YouTube. Registration is free! And we will also have a series of conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #OpenRepos2020.
Participants are asked to register for each day and for each workshop they wish to attend. See https://or2020.sun.ac.za/conference-programme for virtual conference programme.