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Authors: Schulze, Matthias
Title: Measuring the usage of cultural heritage documents : the german project open access-statistics
Issue Date: 2009 Konferenzbeitrag World Library and Information Congress: 75th IFLA General Conference and Council, 23-27 August 2009, Milan, Italy: 92. Statistics and Evaluation, Information Technology and Preservation and Conservation Meeting
Abstract: The German project "Open Access-Statistics (OA-S)" is a joint infrastructure project for the standardised accumulation of heterogenous web log data with an emphasis on institutional repositories. Project partners of the OA-S project are Georg-August Universität Göttingen (Göttingen State- and University Library), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Computer- and Mediaservice), Saarland University (Saarland University and State Library), and Universität Stuttgart (University Library). The actions undertaken are linked with national and international cooperations among others DINI (Deutsche Initiative für Netzwerkinformation / German Initiative for Network Information), Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research (DRIVER), and Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC). In OA-Statistics the data providers for access data will be the participating repositories (Berlin, Göttingen, Saarbrücken and Stuttgart), and in the next stage of expansion all DINI-certified repositories. In the long run, connections to other repositories and also to different digitized content for example cultural heritage documents are to be expected. The infrastructure is planned to be open for national and international repository providers to join in and benefit from the data aggregating and processing services provided by a central service provider.
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