Selective Harvesting: Creating and ingesting selected data without OAI-PMH sets

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The Selective Harvester supports scholarly communication and eResearch by providing a flexible and customisable mechanism to select and re-use metadata records from open access repositories. This workflow can assist subject-based repositories in the selection and addition of relevant content. The open-source Selective Harvester developed at the University Library, University of New South Wales (UNSW) integrates an existing OAI-PMH harvester and provider tool (jOAI) with a custom built Java-based application. The Selective Harvester has been implemented on the NCHSR Clearinghouse, a subject-based repository developed jointly by UNSW Library and researchers at the National Centre in HIV Social Research (NCHSR) and on Membrane Research Environment (MemRE), a component infrastructure project of the Advanced Membrane Technologies for Water Treatment Research Cluster funded by the CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship.
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Sidhunata, Harry R.
Croucher, Joanne L.
Frances, Maude
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2011
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UNSW Faculty
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