Browse by index
When conducting a search, whether simple or advanced, some considerations have to be taken into account:
Community, subcommunities and collections
Each center of the Regional Health System constitutes a Sub-Community within the corresponding Community. In turn, within each Sub-Community there are eight collections that correspond to the different types of documents contained in the Repository:
Register in DSpace
Accessing the Repository with password and password allows:
STEP 1. Describe
The bibliographic data of the document (authors, title, date of publication, editor, appointment, series, identifiers, type of document and language) must be completed. Then, click on “Next” to continue describing the item.
STEP 2. Describe
This page describes the data referring to the content of the document (keywords, MeSH terms and summary) as well as data from the financing entity and a description and / or comments field.
STEP 3. Upload
To upload a file click on "Select a file or drag & drop files ..." [change text to "Browse"] and locate the folder in which it is located.
Once the file has been uploaded, a description can be added. It is very useful when more than one file is associated with the same document, since it allows to know what information each of them contains.
When you click on “Next”, the uploaded files are displayed to ensure that it has been done correctly before continuing the submission process. It allows you to open the files to verify that they are appropriate, as well as modify the description or even delete them. You can also add other files.
STEP 4. Verify
This page allows you to review the information that was entered when describing the item. To correct or edit information, click on the corresponding button on the right of each section.
STEP 5. License
DSpace requires the acceptance of an exclusive distribution agreement before publishing the documents in the Repository. It is important to read the license carefully before accepting it. Not accepting the license will not erase the data stored until that time, but will remain on your "My DSpace" page. You can delete the system item or show the license agreement later.
STEP 6. Complete
Once the self-archiving process is completed, the submission must be reviewed and approved by a validator before being published in the Repository. An email notification will be sent as soon as the document is part of the Collection, or if there has been a problem with the delivery. You can check the status of the delivery from the "My DSpace" page”.