JISC Digital Repository Wiki
There are 25 projects falling within the Digital Repositories Programme. Further information about each project is available on the Projects page. Projects are distributed throughout the UK and have been gathered into several cluster groups intended to be ways to help projects explore and build communities of practice both within and beyond the repositories programme. Further information about the clusters is available from the Clusters page. Digital Repositories Support
As part of the Digital Repositories Programme, JISC have put a support infrastructure into place, including a dedicated support team. The remit for the work of the support team is quite wide and includes giving advice to projects, reviewing training needs and arranging suitable training, helping projects find and exploit synergies across the programme and beyond, gathering scenarios and use cases from projects, liaising with other national and international repositories activities, including feeding into the e-Framework, and synthesising project and programme outcomes.
Support for the Digital Repositories Programme is shared jointly by UKOLN and CETIS. UKOLN have worked previously on repositories in a number of contexts including ePrints UK, the Open Archives Forum and Delos, and CETIS, the Centre for Educational Technology Interoperability Standards, has considerable experience in supporting the development of digital repositories for e-learning. The members of the support team are identified below.