SobekCM Information Guide ( Trifold handout )

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Title:
SobekCM Information Guide ( Trifold handout )
Physical Description:
Trifold handout
Language:
English
Creator:
Sullivan, Mark V.
Santamaria-Wheeler, Lourdes
Taylor, Laurie N.
Publisher:
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
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User guide
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Information guide to the SobekCM repository software. Brochure or handout / hand-out guide.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Applicable rights reserved.
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AA00014161:00001


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SobekCM The Interim Common Digital Platform for the SUS and FCS Libraries Hosted by the Florida Virtual Campus with Technical Support from the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of FloridaSobek image created by Jeff Dahl and is shared under the GNU Public License SobekCM Code, tec hnical concepts, and architecture are fully published, commented, and documented Code and architecture optimized for ideal performance: 1.Unparalleled geographic (Google Map-based) searching, browsing, display 2.Unparalleled support for materials: archival, serial, audio, video, data sets, IRs books, artifacts, and more 3.Unique serial display and browsing which supports the newspaper collections 4.Integrated tracking & reporting system provides clear work history and milestone tracking for entire digitization process 5.Exemplary metadata support, including: Dublin Core, MODS, MARC, VRA-Core extensions, DarwinCore, GML, and METS 6.Exemplary documentation (and in-code comments). Metadata support, architecture, & code are clearly documented and available 7.Unparalleled branding support: no system supports the same level of branding as is already implemented with dLOC and other partner collections 8.Excellent support for multiple user-interface languages, including French, Spanish (and soon Hatian Kreyl) 9.Excellent support for full-text search results and snippets 10.Exemplary core architecture to support future enhancements and integration 11.Proven scalability with fast response times for over 4 million true users hits a month and 20 million search engine index hits a month 12.Unparalleled MARC MODS MARC mapping Currently:Available now to host current content from the SUS and FCS libraries. Grant development continues for enhanced EAD support, GIS support, and integration with Sunshine State and Common Core educational standards. Powers over 500 existing single-institution and collaborative digital libraries/collections including: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/newspapers www.dloc.com http://orangegrovetexts.com http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ufirg for Teachers http://ufdc.ufl.edu/teachers http://ufdc.ufl.edu/aerials/map http://ufdc.ufl.edu/artaf http://digital.wolfsonian.org DPanther Shoah Foundation Get started today, by contacting us at:

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SobekCM is the software platform chosen as the Interim Common Digital Platform for the public academic libraries in Florida. It was developed to meet the needs of the State University Libraries for supporting multiple diverse partner institutions, multiple language interfaces, full digital production support, rich user features online, and all material types, from books to research data sets to museum objects. This platform supports a range of digital content commonly developed by galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. This platform allows users to discover online resources via semantic and full-text searches, as well as a variety of different browse mechanisms. For each digital resource in the repository there are a variety of display options. In addition to robust support for users which include full text searching, image and map browses, and more, SobekCM provides fully-featured support for partners with integrated digital curation tools for processing materials, online metadata editing, and online submissions. SobekCM is released as Open Source software under the GNU General Public License and can be downloaded from the SobekCM Software Download Site (http://ufdc.ufl.edu/software ).SobekCM Platform Digital Publishing and ScholarshipRepositories hosted by SobekCM are included in the: University Libraries for production and submission to the Florida Digital Archive Rich User Tools bookshelves, save and email items to self-submit materials online to Institutional Repositories and shared collections User Tools Digital Publishing Display and Use wordmarks and custom interfaces automatically emailed on a monthly basis institution and collection new items Google-map based searching or map browsing pages Spanish, and French, with Hatian Kreyl in process other search engines accessible online: services format recommended by the California Digital Library for digital curation discovery layers



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SobekCM The Interim Common Digital Platform for the SUS and FCS Libraries Hosted by the Florida Virtual Campus with Technical Support from the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of FloridaSobek image created by Jeff Dahl and is shared under the Gnu Public License SobekCM Code, technical concepts, and architecture are fully published, commented, and documented Code and architecture optimized for ideal performance: 1. Unparalleled geographic (Google Map-based) searching, browsing, display 2. Unparalleled support for materials: archival, serial, audio, video, data sets, IRs books, artifacts, and more 3. Unique serial display and browsing which supports the newspaper collections 4. Integrated tracking & reporting system provides clear work history and milestone tracking for entire digitization process 5. Exemplary metadata support, including: Dublin Core, MODS, MARC, VRA-Core extensions, DarwinCore, GML, and METS 6. Exemplary documentation (and in-code comments). Metadata support, architecture, & code are clearly documented and available 7. Unparalleled branding support: no system supports the same level of branding as is already implemented with dLOC and other partner collections 8. Excellent support for multiple user-interface languages, including French, Spanish (and soon Hatian Kreyl) 9. Excellent support for full-text search results and snippets 10. Exemplary core architecture to support future enhancements and integration 11. Proven scalability with fast response times for over 4 million true users hits a month and 20 million search engine index hits a month 12. Unparalleled MARC MODS MARC mapping Currently:Available now to host current content from the SUS and FCS libraries. Grant development continues for enhanced EAD support, GIS support, and integration with Sunshine State and Common Core educational standards. Powers over 500 existing single-institution and collaborative digital libraries/collections including: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/newspapers www.dloc.com http://orangegrovetexts.com http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ufirg for Teachers http://ufdc.ufl.edu/teachers http://ufdc.ufl.edu/aerials/map http://ufdc.ufl.edu/artaf http://digital.wolfsonian.org DPanther http://goo.gl/ou803 Shoah Foundation Get started today, by contacting us at:

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SobekCM is the software platform chosen as the Interim Common Digital Platform for the public academic libraries in Florida. It was developed to meet the needs of the State University Libraries for supporting multiple diverse partner institutions, multiple language interfaces, full digital production support, rich user features online, and all material types, from books to research data sets to museum objects. This platform supports a range of digital content commonly developed by galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. This platform allows users to discover online resources via semantic and full-text searches, as well as a variety of different browse mechanisms. For each digital resource in the repository there are a variety of display options. In addition to robust support for users which include full text searching, image and map browses, and more, SobekCM provides fully-featured support for partners with integrated digital curation tools for processing materials, online metadata editing, and online submissions. SobekCM is released as Open Source software under the the SobekCM Software Download Site (http://ufdc.ufl.edu/software ).SobekCM Platform Digital Publishing and ScholarshipRepositories hosted by SobekCM are included in the: University Libraries for production and submission to the Florida Digital Archive Rich User Tools bookshelves, save and email items to self-submit materials online to Institutional Repositories and shared collections User Tools Digital Publishing Display and Use wordmarks and custom interfaces automatically emailed on a monthly basis institution and collection new items Google-map based searching or map browsing pages Spanish, and French, with Hatian Kreyl in process other search engines services format recommended by the California Digital Library for digital curation discovery layers