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This is a poster from the 2008 NSDL annual meeting held in Washington, DC from September 30-October 2, 2008. The American Physiological Society (APS) Archive of Teaching Resources launched in April 2002 as a venue for colleague-to-colleague sharing. Since then, the Archive has grown into a collaborative digital library with resources catalogued by APS and three partners (HAPS, SDB, and NAHSEP). All partners used a common set of review and cataloging tools. In 2008, the Archive is being redesigned with new features for partner customization, expanded partnerships, and easier user access. New administration features allow partners to customize and handle their own submissions and reviews, including automatic email notifications. New submission features include partner-specific disciplines, keywords, special fields, and customized pages. New review features include partner-specific review criteria and forms. New search functions allow database searching via keyword (all text fields and vocabulary lists), advanced search (specific partner libraries and specific vocabularies), and browse (by disciplines, learning resource type and grade level). The personalized ÂMy ArchiveÂ retains previous functions (saving searches, saving resources to folders, sharing of folders) while also providing a listing of usersÂ submissions and allowing users to track submissions through the review process. The new Archive will be open to Google searches; Login for the system will be required only for submissions and ÂMy ArchiveÂ features.
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