Selective Harvesting: Creating and Ingesting Custom OAI-PMH Sets

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The Selective Harvester provides a flexible and customisable mechanism to select and re-use metadata records from open access repositories. The open-source Java-based application developed at the University Library, University of New South Wales (UNSW) integrates an existing OAI-PMH harvesting tool (jOAI), with an application which filters and ingests selected records into a Fedora repository. This model has applications in scholarly communication and eResearch services, especially in relation to populating subject-based repositories.
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Sidhunata, Harry R.
Croucher, Joanne L.
Frances, Maude
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2010
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