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Taking control: Identifying motivations for migrating library digital asset management systems
(The Corporation for National Research Initiatives, 2015-09-21)
This paper analyzes and discusses results from "Identifying Motivations for DAMS Migration: A Survey," which traces institutions' motivations for migrating from one DAMS to another. Using data from the survey, the researchers ...
Hitting the Road Towards a Greater Digital Destination: Strategic Planning and Evaluation of DAMS at the UH Libraries
In the Summer of 2014, the University of Houston Libraries formed the DAMS Task Force to identify a system that can support the growing expectations of the UH Digital Library. This presentation will focus on the two core ...
Implementing Hydra at the University of Houston Libraries
This poster illustrates an early vision for the technology stack behind the University of Houston Libraries digital asset management systems migration from CONTENTdm to Fedora/Hydra based on the work of the Digital Asset ...
Motivations for DAMS migration
Based on results from "Identifying Motivations for DAMS Migration: A Survey," this presentation discusses themes and features desired in future digital asset management systems (DAMS). It outlines specific topical areas ...
Hitting the Road towards a Greater Digital Destination: Evaluating and Testing DAMS at the University of Houston Libraries
(Information Technology and Libraries, 2016)
Since 2009, tens of thousands of rare and unique items have been made available online for research through the University of Houston Digital Library. Six years later, the Libraries' new digital initiatives call for a ...
Changing Channels: Adapting an Ecosystem for Audiovisual Assets
The University of Houston Libraries is in the process of implementing a new digital curation ecosystem. The project, Bayou City DAMS, incorporates a combination of locally-developed and open source solutions to streamline ...