ANU DSpace Dissemination Service
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Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories
standardised digital template
Objects stored in a digital repository may be accessed, rendered or displayed in any number of ways. Images may be searched for and then viewed online; or they may be printed or downloaded as high-resolution for layout in a print magazine. Film may be streamed; data tables may be queried in situ; humans may search the repository or machines may interrogate it. There are multiple repository applications and multiple “levels” of repository: long-term archives, CVS trees, streaming servers (to name just a few). Clearly, there is a need for a standardised object or template which any dissemination mechanism could expect to receive when requesting content from a repository. Philosophically, this concept is the flip side to the APSR RIFF Submission service.
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