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Open Access Development Projects: A Structure for the Israeli Journal of Aquaculture (IJA)
|Title:||Open Access Development Projects: A Structure for the Israeli Journal of Aquaculture (IJA)|
|LC Subject Headings:||Open source software.|
Open source software--Library applications.
Online social networks.
|Description:||Open Access Development Projects: A Structure for the Israeli Journal of Aquaculture (IJA)|
Yoko Yamamoto, Master’s Candidate, Library & Information Science, UH Mānoa
1. How people used to find IJA; Disadvantages with ATPLogic: Cost of ATPLogic servers; Lack of ATPLogic security; Cost of developing ATPLogic interface; Old technology; Lack of interaction with other www social networking community.
2. How people could find the IJA now; Advantages of DSpace/eVols: eVols runs on the open source software DSpace, supported by MIT and HP; Free permanent hosting of IJA at eVols under auspices of University of Hawaii; Can outsource to UH Aquaculture team: ATPLogic online interaction, Further development of interface; Embedding IJA in active online community will promote article exposure and discussion.
3. How people could find the IJA in the future; Summary: Existing unreliable & insecure solution replaced with stable, secure alternative; Boost in exposure and activity of journal.
eVols/DSpace vs ATP Logic?
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