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Equine body condition is primarily a
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ufdc.ufl.edu/ufirInstitutional Repository @ UF

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TheInstitutionalRepositoryat theUniversityofFloridaisthe digitalarchivefortheintellectual outputoftheUniversityofFlorida community,withresearch,news, outreach,andeducational materials.Mission of the IR@UF

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Digital Archive: Ensuring long-term digital preservation and optimal accessibility now with continual enhancements Open Access: Free, complete accessIR@UF: Open Access Digital Archive

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Planning Phase -IR Task Force (2004 -2005) Proof of Concept / Implementation Phase -Pilot to select, collect, digitize, and archive materials from Agricultural and Life Sciences and University Administrative units (2005 -2006) -Materials selected during this phase in active processing (2005 ongoing)IR@UF Development History

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Recent Phase: Outreach and Promotion for Sustainable Collecting: -Self-submittal system for faculty to submit their research materials released in Fall 2009 -Simplified URLs ( ufdc.ufl.edu and ufdc.ufl.edu/ufir ) and new banner designs Ongoing Phase: Enhancements for Interoperability and Optimal Operability: -Adding authorities (EAC-CPF) and ontologies to enrich access and use of materials in the IR@UF -Support for integration with various campus systems to host and archive scholarly digital objects in relation to VIVOIR@UF Development History

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•ETDs: •Nontraditional graduate theses (projects in lieu of theses), retrospectively digitized dissertations •Research & Communication materials: •Technical reports, journals, journal articles, administrative documents, newsletters, magazines, meeting minutes, conference proceedings •University Archives •Video, audio, graphics, documentsIR@ UF: Current Status

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April 2007 -800 volumes -16,000 pages August 2009: -14,057 volumes -419,150 pages September 2010: -20,826 volumes -1,006,711 pagesIR @ UFstatistics Most accessed item: Body Condition Scoring of Horses from 2003 Florida Equine Institute papers, viewed 9612 times

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Materials by Colleges, Departments, & Researchers

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Nontraditional Graduate Theses (projects in lieu of theses)

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University Archives & University History

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IR@UF Partner Collections

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Institutional Repository @ UFwww.uflib.ufl.edu/ufir