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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Tom Cramer, chief technology specialist for the Libraries and associate director of the Digital Library Systems and Services department, was appointed to the board of directors of DuraSpace, a not-for-profit organization founded “to save our shared scholarly, scientific and cultural record.”  In his acceptance note, Cramer said, “DuraSpace and its foundational projects, DSpace and Fedora, exemplify the power and potential of collaborative, open source software in the education and research community--enabling services that simultaneously benefit individual institutions and the collective good.”

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