Author Archives: Fred Guy

Data from the new keepers

We are delighted to announce that the data submitted by the two latest keepers, the Scholars Portal and the Library of Congress, has now been added to the Keepers Registry.   The addition of these two keepers increases the number of … Continue reading

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Further International Exposure for the Keepers Registry

From the outset, the focus of PEPRS (the forerunner of the Keepers Registry) and now the Keepers Registry, has been international, reflecting the reality that scholarship and research knows no national boundaries.  Metadata held in the Registry is supplied by … Continue reading

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The Keepers Registry in Singapore

The two co-directors of the Keepers Registry, Peter Burnhill (EDINA, University of Edinburgh) and Françoise Pelle (ISSN International Centre / Centre International de l’ISSN, Paris) gave a presentation entitled: “Who is looking after your e-journals? Telling tales about the Keepers … Continue reading

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Blog posting at UKSG 2013

A blog posting by one of the delegates at the Breakout session entitled E-journals and long-term availability: an overview and panel discussion on the archiving infrastructure to meet the needs of users given at UKSG 2013 has now been made … Continue reading

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E-journal preservation at UKSG 2013

UKSG holds a major annual conference and this year the event in Bournemouth, England (8th – 10th April) attracted a record number of (over 900) delegates.  Alongside the conference is an exhibition which each year is fully booked within a … Continue reading

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The Keepers Registry’s first Pecha Kucha outing is a winner!

The very popular Pecha Kucha format was used for three sessions in the Open Repositories 2012 (OR2012) conference held in Edinburgh from 9th – 13th July. In the first PK session entitled: Repository Tools and Approaches there were 11 presentations … Continue reading

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Your one minute starts now!

How do you describe a  specialist project to a general audience making it memorable but only having one minute in which to achieve results?  An impossible task?  Peter Burnhill, Director of EDINA , succeeded in captivating the audience attending the … Continue reading

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Presenting the Keepers Registry to Publishers and Subscription Agents

A short presentation on the Keepers Registry was given at the International Committee on EDI for Serials (ICEDIS) meeting held on Wednesday 28th May in the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow after the conclusion of the 2012 UKSG … Continue reading

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