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Implementing a quality assurance methodology for digital library programmes


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Kelly, B., 2005. Implementing a quality assurance methodology for digital library programmes. VINE, 35 (1/2), pp. 58-63.

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      http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/03055720510588542

      Abstract

      The JISC vision for the Information Environment seeks to provide users with seamless access to quality resources which are distributed across a range of providers, including JISC services, the institutions themselves and commercial vendors. The vision is based on use of open standards, which will allow developers and end user institutions freedom of choice in the application they use to develop and provide access to resources. This approach is reliant on use of open standards to ensure interoperability. This paper outlines the work of JISC's QA Focus advisory service which has been developing a quality assurance methodology and support service which aims to ensure that project deliverables will be interoperable.

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      Item Type Articles
      CreatorsKelly, B.
      DOI10.1108/03055720510588542
      Research CentresUKOLN
      RefereedNo
      StatusPublished
      ID Code23385

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