Open Source Development: under development

Open Journal System (OJS)

Last changed: 7 years 23 weeks ago

Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project through its federally funded efforts to expand and improve access to research.

OJS Features

1. OJS is installed locally and locally controlled.
2. Editors configure requirements, sections, review process, etc.
3. Online submission and management of all content.
4. Subscription module with delayed open access options.
5. Comprehensive indexing of content part of global system.
6. Reading Tools for content, based on field and editors' choice.
7. Email notification and commenting ability for readers.
8. Complete context-sensitive online Help support.

Electronic Journal of Boundary Elements (EJBE)
<a href="http://ejbe.libraries.rutgers.edu/" title="http://ejbe.libraries.rutgers.edu/">http://ejbe.libraries.rutgers.edu/</a>

The Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries (JRUL)
<a href="http://jrul.libraries.rutgers.edu/" title="http://jrul.libraries.rutgers.edu/">http://jrul.libraries.rutgers.edu/</a>

Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy (PCSP)
<a href="http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu/" title="http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu/">http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu/</a>

OpenETD - Rutgers Electronics Thesis and Dissertations Platform

Last changed: 8 years 10 weeks ago

OpenETD is an open source, web-based software application for managing the submission, approval, and distribution of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). OpenETD can be used as either a standalone system, or as a component of an institutional repository and distribution system. It is a core application developed at the Rutgers University Libraries for the Institutional Repository (RUcore) at Rutgers.

OpenMIC - Moving Image Collections Bibliographic Utility

Last changed: 8 years 27 weeks ago

OpenMIC is an open source, web-based cataloging tool that can be used as a standalone application or integrated with other repository architectures by a wide range of organizations. It is a core application for the Moving Image Collections (<a href="http://mic.loc.gov" target="_blank">MIC</a>) initiative developed at the Rutgers University Libraries with funding from the Library of Congress.

OpenWAAND - Women Artist Archives National Directory Platform

Last changed: 8 years 36 weeks ago

Women Artists Archives National Directory (<a href="http://waand.rutgers.edu" target="_blank">WAAND</a>), an ongoing project of Rutgers University Libraries , has laid the groundwork for OpenWAAND by developing the architecture, metadata schema, protocols, and survey instruments used to effectively describe collections and digital objects.

OpenWAAND consists of three linked databases: a Repository Directory, Collections, and an Entity (artist or artists' organization) Database. The Repository Directory is a database of archival organizations; it includes name, location, contact information, services provided, audiences served, and access policies and direct links to each. The Collections database describes the primary source material on a particular woman artist or women’s arts organization that is held by each repository and includes links to all online finding aids . The Entity database comprises basic information about the artist, such as dates of activity, genres, and geographic regions of the artist's activity.

OpenWMS - Workflow Management System

Last changed: 7 years 23 weeks ago

The OpenWMS is a platform-independent, open source, web-accessible system that can be used as a standalone application or integrated with other repository architectures by a wide range of organizations. It provides a complete metadata creation system for analog and digital materials, with services to ingest objects and metadata into a Fedora repository and to export these objects and metadata, individually and in bulk in METS/XML Wrapper. This is a core application to ingest digital objects into the Institutional Fedora Repository (RUcore) developed at the Rutgers University Libraries.

RUanalytic

Last changed: 5 years 38 weeks ago

Software tool that allows the creation of annotative and analytic “information objects” that are durably associated with each video. The tool enables any participating researcher to structure the video, by selecting relevant start and stop time codes and to annotate these virtual clips with concepts specific to different disciplines, such as form of reasoning, language acquisition, etc. The annotation and analysis object will include access management metadata (XACML—extensible access control markup language) to enable researchers to limit access to annotations in order to support individual or collaborative research, where analyses could be kept temporarily private until publication of results in an article or dissertation. Researchers will have the ability to create standardized annotations and analyses in multiple academic disciplines and to add ontologies specific to disciplines not yet represented in the collaboratory. The analysis information object will enable both the capture of video analysis and of classroom observation, which might capture information out of range of the cameras.

RUcore OCR Service

Last changed: 2 years 8 weeks ago

OCR service for RUcore using ABBYY.

RUcore Software Configuration

Last changed: 5 years 43 weeks ago

This project tracks and reports the current software configuration for the development, staging and production repository servers. It is intended to be used to keep track of support software upgrades that have occurred or are needed.

RUetd

Last changed: 8 years 12 weeks ago

Rutgers University Electronic Thesis & Dissertations project. This software project is built off of the OpenETD platform also maintained at Rutgers University.

Rutgers Optimality Archive

Last changed: 2 years 23 weeks ago

Migration of the roa.rutgers.edu site to the RUcore platform.

SOAR (Scholarly Open Access at Rutgers) Website

Last changed: 3 years 13 weeks ago

Use for tracking issues with the SOAR website and it's components.

Development URL: <a href="http://dev7-oa.libraries.rutgers.edu/" title="http://dev7-oa.libraries.rutgers.edu/">http://dev7-oa.libraries.rutgers.edu/</a>

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