What are the benefits of BibApp?
For researchers, BibApp allows you to:
- Promote your research
- Find collaborators on campus
- Make your research more accessible
- Reuse your publication history in other applications
For research groups, departments, and schools, BibApp allows you to:
- Promote the range of research in your unit
- Understand the collaborations happening within your unit and others on campus
- Make the research of your unit more accessible
For librarians, BibApp allows you to:
- Better understand research happening in your departments
- Facilitate conversations about author rights with researchers
- Ease the population of your institutional or other repository
- Get a clearer picture of scholarly publishing trends on your campus
What is the schedule for BibApp’s development and release?
Our BibApp 1.1.2 – Sept, 2011 is now available.
Please follow our installation instructions.
For a list of planned features in each upcoming release, please see our RoadMap
Who works on BibApp?
We are a small, but committed group of librarians and technology staff from two great universities:
- University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
And a few people sprinkled elsewhere, who participate a little bit. We call them Friends. Let us know if you are interested in helping out with the development of BibApp!
- BibApp 1.0 Webinar, hosted by OCLC Research TAI CHI
(October 14, 2010)
- Open Repositories 2010
( July 6, 2010)
- EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference 2010 – Presentation
(March 17, 2010)
- DSpace User Group Meeting 2009 – Presentation
(October 15, 2009)
- Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2008 – Tutorial
(June 6, 2008)
- Digital Library Federation Spring Forum 2008 – Presentation
(April 30, 2008)
- Open Repositories 2008 – Poster
(April 1, 2008)
- code4lib 2007 – Video
(March 1, 2007)
- Open Repositories 2007 – Presentation
(January 25, 2007)