JDL - Jewish Digital Library is the thematic digital repository of the Jewish Digital Library Association.
The aim of the repository is to provide open access to publications and other material related to Jewish heritage in Serbia, ex-Yugoslav countries, and all over the world.
JDL uses a DSpace-based software platform developed and maintained by the Belgrade University Computer Centre (RCUB). The software platform is compliant with the OpenAIRE Guidelines for Literature Repositories v3.JDL is supplied with the external application Authors, Projects, Publications (APP), developed by the RCUB. In APP, authors and funding information are presented as normalized entities. APP also enables metadata export and displays Altmetric scores, Dimensions, Scopus and Web of Science citation counts.
JDL contains scholarly and other relevant works related to the general Jewish religious and world heritage, culture, literature, history, language and, in particular, various library materials and literature about the Holocaust.
Metadata describing the publication and a file containing the full text of the publication are deposited in the repository.
All submissions must be approved by a repository manager.
The following content types will be accepted:
This is not an exhaustive list. Contact us if you have any questions about materials.
Authors and publisher who would like to make their materials available through JDL may send the digital versions of their publications to email@example.com. Each publication should be accompanied with a filled out consent form.In case the publication you wish to make available is not available in a digital format, the Jewish Digital Library Association can digitize it with the permission of the copyright holder(s). Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The development team will seek to support as many file formats as possible. Although all formats can be deposited, it is recommended to use formats that are open and sustainable. The following formats are preferred for preservation reasons:
Each repository entry consists of a deposited document and the metadata describing it. Different access and reuse policies apply to metadata and deposited documents.
The metadata are freely accessible to all, and freely reusable by all, under the terms of the CC0 license.
The deposited content (documents) will be made available to the public, except when forbidden by contracts, rights, or when embargoed for a limited time.
Each deposited item (document) is individually tagged with appropriate license.
Metadata and files deposited in the repository are stored permanently. Content may be removed only in exceptional circumstances.
Records may be withdrawn from the repository in case of:
Withdrawn items are not deleted per se, but are removed from public view. The metadata of withdrawn items will not be searchable. Withdrawn items' identifiers/URLs are retained indefinitely.
Changes to deposited items are not permitted. If necessary, an updated version may be deposited and the earlier version may be withdrawn from public view. If multiple versions of the same content are available in the repository, there will be links between earlier and later versions and the most recent version will be clearly identified.
By depositing their work, the contributors agree to give to the Jewish Digital Library only the non-exclusive right to disseminate and preserve the content.
If the deposited content has already been published, copyright terms and other legal restrictions, such as publishers’ embargo periods, must be respected. Any copyright violations are entirely the responsibility of the authors/contributors.
If the deposited content is unpublished, the author retains copyright. The Jewish Digital Library does not preclude publishing the documents in journals, monographs, or in other repositories. If you intend to publish the content, please check the publisher’s policy on prior or parallel publication. To do this, you may use SHERPA/ROMEO.
Whenever a user visits the repository, certain information is gathered and stored automatically. This information does not generally identify the user personally. Information that is automatically collected and stored when visiting the repository site includes:
This automatically collected information is only used internally for technical troubleshooting, to improve the usability of the repository, and to record aggregate statistics.
The system collects personal information submitted during the deposit process. Submitted information will be used only for the purpose for which you submitted it, and will not be shared with third parties or used for commercial purposes.