The CLIF project
project (Content Lifecycle Integration
Framework) is funded under the auspices of the Joint
Information Systems Committee 'Information Environment' Programme.
It is examining the management of the lifecycle of digital content
from creation to disposal or preservation across system boundaries.
To this end it is seeking to integrate the Fedora repository
software with Sakai and Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server.
Further details are to be found on the
'Project Aims' page of this website.
Infopath MODS editor (13/8/2010) As part
of the CLIF work our developer, Andrew Thompson, has produced a
full MODS editor in InfoPath. If anyone is interested in this
work, please feel free to contact him:
Technical specification (13/8/2010) The
CLIF technical specification is now available on our 'documents'
Update (29/4/2010) Our developers are
working on simple import/export routines between Sakai and Fedora
on the one hand, and Sharepoint and Fedora on the other. Work
will then move on to encompass richer content and more complex
Literature Review and Use Case
Analysis (29/4/2010) Our Literature Review and our
Use Case Analysis are now available in the 'Documents' section
of the site. Apologies that they were not posted
(26/11/2009) Did we really publish the Project Plan in
May? The summer and early autumn have been dogged with
staffing problems which have set us back about three
months. Hopefully these are now behind us; the JISC have
agreed to an unfunded extension of the same length so that our
completion date is now 31/03/2011.
published (27/05/2009) Our Project Plan has been
approved by the JISC and is published on our 'documents' page.
As is normal with these things, the budgets have been
meeting (31/03/2009) The project start meeting took
place in Hull on 31st March so we are officially under way.
First jobs, this website and the formal Project Plan...
Brynmor Jones Library
The University of Hull
Hull HU6 7RX
The CLIF project is funded by the Joint Information Systems
Committee and is being undertaken by the IT Systems Group at the
University of Hull and the Centre for e-Research (CeRch) at King's