Perbandingan Perangkat Lunak Repository Institusi : Studi Kasus pada Repository Institusi di Indonesia
The purpose of this research is to analyze the technical comparison on SLiMS (Senayan Library Management System) software with Eprints and DSpace, so it will be proved technically whether SLiMS (Senayan Library Management System) can meet the criteria and standards as institutional repository software or not? . The research methodology used is an experimental approach in which researchers conduct direct experiments of SLiMS, Eprints and DSpace software starting from the installation stage, data entry, IP public provision to perform comparative analysis of the technical features of the three software. The results show that the SLiMS software (Senayan Library Management System) can meet the criteria and standards as the institutional repository software, because SLiMS (Senayan Library Management System) features the main required of an institutional repository software that functions as an asset management system digital collecting, preserving, preserving and publishing or disseminating scientific work of academic research of a college.
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