Texas Digital Library (TDL) is pleased to announce the open source release of Vireo 4.0.
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Vireo 4.0 development is managed in the Vireo Github and its features are described in the Vireo user documentation. Training videos will be available soon.
Features of note:
Customizable submission workflows
Improved metadata based on the TDL Metadata Working Group’s report and updated guidelines for ETDs
Enhanced field control for filtering, flagging, and tracking
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Attention to TDL Members Only:
If TDL manages your Vireo instance on your behalf, the following notes apply to you.
Deployment to TDL member institutions and migrations will roll out in cohorts over the next academic year, beginning with two institutions in the fall and ramping up in the spring and summer.
Migration and workflow set-up should ideally be completed when there is not heavy use of Vireo on your campus.
TDL staff will communicate with individual member institutions to schedule upgrades through the fall and are available to answer any questions about the process.
Vireo is an online application developed and maintained by the Texas Digital Library (TDL), in collaboration with contributors from Texas A&M University Libraries, the Alkek Library at Texas State University, Texas Tech University Libraries, and Baylor University Libraries, along with other contributors from within the TDL and Vireo Open Source communities. The TDL sincerely thanks everyone who has participated in this process and looks forward to continuing and expanding the collaboration on future efforts.
More about Vireo for ETD Submission and Management:
Vireo User Documentation
Vireo User Group email
TDL Theses and Dissertations service
TDL Helpdesk email
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