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January 30, 2014: Selected Recent Reads

Below is a list of some material that I’ve recently read or looked at:

QUESTION: What are you reading?


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Perl Tutorial – Using File::Find to Find Files & Directories

Here’s a nice quick video tutorial introducing the File::Find Perl module which allows you to traverse a directory tree in order to help find files and directories (folders). Enjoy!

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The SWORD Course – Module V – Create Your Own SWORD Client

“SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is an interoperability standard that allows digital repositories to accept the deposit of content from multiple sources in different formats (such as XML documents) via a standardized protocol.” ~ SWORD (protocol) on Wikipedia

In preparation for an upcoming project, I’m going through the SWORD course, which consists of five modules. The slides and video for the fourth module of the SWORD Course, which shows some example SWORD clients, were shared in a separate post. Below are the video and slides for the fifth module, which gives an “overview of the EasyDeposit SWORD client creation toolkit,” so that you can quickly create your own SWORD client using PHP. Enjoy!

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The SWORD Course – Module IV – SWORD Clients

“SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is an interoperability standard that allows digital repositories to accept the deposit of content from multiple sources in different formats (such as XML documents) via a standardized protocol.” ~ SWORD (protocol) on Wikipedia

In preparation for an upcoming project, I’m going through the SWORD course, which consists of five modules. The slides and video for the third module of the SWORD Course, which describes how the SWORD protocol works, were shared in a separate post. Below are the video and slides for the fourth module, which covers the “reasons for needing SWORD clients…, followed by a tour of some of the current SWORD clients.” Enjoy!

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The SWORD Course – Module III – How SWORD Works

“SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is an interoperability standard that allows digital repositories to accept the deposit of content from multiple sources in different formats (such as XML documents) via a standardized protocol.” ~ SWORD (protocol) on Wikipedia

In preparation for an upcoming project, I’m going through the SWORD course, which consists of five modules. The slides and video for the second module of the SWORD Course were shared in a separate post. Below are the video and slides for the third module, which provides a “high level overview of the SWORD protocol, lightly touching on a few technical details in order to explain how it works.” Enjoy!

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The SWORD Course – Module II – Use Cases

“SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is an interoperability standard that allows digital repositories to accept the deposit of content from multiple sources in different formats (such as XML documents) via a standardized protocol.” ~ SWORD (protocol) on Wikipedia

In preparation for an upcoming project, I’m going through the SWORD course, which consists of five modules. The slides and video for the first module of the SWORD Course were shared in a separate post. Below are the video and slides for the second module, which provides “an introduction to use cases, and examines some of the use cases that SWORD can be used for.” Enjoy!

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The SWORD Course – Module I

“SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is an interoperability standard that allows digital repositories to accept the deposit of content from multiple sources in different formats (such as XML documents) via a standardized protocol.” ~ SWORD (protocol) on Wikipedia

In preparation for an upcoming project, I’m going through the SWORD course, which consists of five modules. Below are the video and slides for the first module. Enjoy!

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