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Difference between revisions of "Scholarship at Middlebury: Adding items via Project Client"

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===== To begin =====
 
# Open CONTENTdm Project Client
 
# Open CONTENTdm Project Client
 
# Create a project if you haven't already
 
# Create a project if you haven't already
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# Under PDF File Conversion, choose Convert multiple-page PDF files to compound objects
 
# Under PDF File Conversion, choose Convert multiple-page PDF files to compound objects
  
Add item (one at a time)
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===== Add item (one at a time) =====
 
# Click Add item from left menu
 
# Click Add item from left menu
 
# Specify file: browse to middfiles folder (usually \orgs\LIS\NITLE DSpace)
 
# Specify file: browse to middfiles folder (usually \orgs\LIS\NITLE DSpace)
 
# Click Add button
 
# Click Add button
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===== Upload item for approval =====
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# When finished adding all metadata & closing, you'll return to the porject tab/screen.
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# Click Upload for approval

Revision as of 15:20, 20 June 2012

To begin
  1. Open CONTENTdm Project Client
  2. Create a project if you haven't already
  3. Create a metadata template for your project with default information for the following fields
    • Physical description: leaves
    • Date submitted (default type = date): 2012 (or current year)
    • Degree: B.A.
    • Language: English
    • Genre: thesis
    • Rights: Copyright retained by author.
    • Collection: Scholarship at Middlebury
    • Type of media: text
    • Digital format: application/pdf
    • Cataloger: [your initials]
  4. Click Processing
  5. Under PDF File Conversion, choose Convert multiple-page PDF files to compound objects
Add item (one at a time)
  1. Click Add item from left menu
  2. Specify file: browse to middfiles folder (usually \orgs\LIS\NITLE DSpace)
  3. Click Add button
Upload item for approval
  1. When finished adding all metadata & closing, you'll return to the porject tab/screen.
  2. Click Upload for approval