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Antje Groneberg, Andrea Bollini
In this poster the various ways how new features can be inspired and developed for an open source platform are described, specifically DSpace-CRIS, during the ongoing implementation of a RIS (openHSU at the Helmut-Schmidt-University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg). Our DSpace-CRIS installation is significant positively inspired through other DSpace-CRIS instances: Some of our (new) features weren’t available in the official code base of DSpace-CRIS, but are inspired through already available features on other DSpace-CRIS installations (and just have to be modified and customized), some could be developed through the refinement of already available software elements (in the official codebase from DSpace or DSpace-GLAM) and some of them have to be developed from scratch.
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About the presenter:
Antje Groneberg graduated with a Masters degree in Sociology and German Studies in 2011. Afterwards, she did a library traineeship for two years. She graduated with a Masters degree in Library and Information Science. Since 2013, she works as subject librarian at the Helmut-Schmidt-University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg. During the optimization of the discovery system, her interest for innovative library services grew. After organizing the redesign of the library webpage, as head of the Digital Library Unit within the university library she now dedicates herself to the build-up of a research information system for the university.