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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

ICPSR NSF INTEROP project heads to Vancouver for IASSIST 2011

Here is a sneak preview at the poster we've put together for the IASSIST 2011 conference for our NSF INTEROP EAGER project investigating Fedora as a repository solution for social science datasets.

Mary Vardigan, Assistant Director of ICPSR, and Director of Collection Delivery, will be presenting the poster at the IASSIST 2011 conference's poster session on Thursday, June 2, 2011.

In the poster we've tried to capture the thinking that went into our object model for social science research data and documentation, and how we mapped that to Fedora's Content Model Architecture.  We also highlight the other two deliverables of the project, a tool for generating FOXML-format objects for ingest into Fedora, and a suite of still-evolving services that may be applied to the objects.

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