Recent Submissions

  • IODE-OceanDocs Policy Document 2018.

    Simpson, Pauline (UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODEOostende, Belgium, 2018)
    OceanDocs is a secure, permanent open access repository for marine related institutes or marine related projects and is hosted by the Project Office for IODE of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of Unesco. OceanDocs was created in 2007 to develop a distributed network of institutional, regional and national repositories. It started life as OdinPubAfrica, an open access repository1 developed by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Ocean Data and Information Network (ODIN) Project, Marine Information Management Group, to contain the scientific literature from African marine science institutes. Other, ODIN groups were also interested in developing a similar repository project for their region. As a result the OdinPubAfrica repository was extended to accept other ODIN groups and was renamed OceanDocs (http://www.oceandocs.org). The implementation of the OceanDocs Network: - Makes scientific research of marine science institutes more quickly, and easily and freely accessible to the research and policy management community, - Makes local and regional grey literature available on a worldwide scale - Enhances the internal scientific communication - Facilitates publishing of research findings (e-journal as well as e-archive), specifically for scientists in Developing Countries thereby promoting their research and increasing their access to the international research forum.
  • OceanDocs Search Guide: Browse, Discover, Simple and Advanced Search.

    Simpson, Pauline (International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE) of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)Oostende, Belgium, 2016)
    You can search OceanDocs without Login (ie you have registered) but there is some functionality that will not be available to you (Export; RSS Feed etc)
  • OceanDocs template presentation

    Simpson, Pauline (UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODEOostende, Belgium, 2017)
    A powerpoint presentation available for reuse by the OceanDocs Community
  • IODE Steering Group for OceanDocs (IODE-SG-OceanDocs - V), Fifth Session, Miami, USA, 22nd – 24th August 2016.

    International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (UnescoParis, France, 2016)
    IODE - Steering Group for OceanDocs meets physically every two years and a virtual meeting in between to discuss the progress and the future directions of the OceanDocs project. This document contains the report of the fifth session of the SG, held between 22nd and 24th August 2016 at Miami, Florida.
  • IODE-OceanDocs Communication and Outreach Strategy.

    Simpson, Pauline (UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODEOostende, Belgium, 2016)
    OceanDocs is a secure, permanent open access repository for marine related institutes or marine related projects and is hosted by the Project Office for IODE of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of Unesco.
  • OceanDocs guidelines for editors.

    Simpson, Pauline (UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODEOostende, Belgium, 2016)
    This document will guide Editors through the workflow stages and the process of approving, rejecting, or editing items submitted to OceanDocs
  • Getting started: OceanDocs depositor guidelines.

    Simpson, Pauline (UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODEOostende, Belgium, 2016)
    Welcome to OceanDocs, the IODE Repository of Ocean Publications. OceanDocs may be searched by anyone, but before you can deposit into OceanDocs you must first Register
  • Standards required for the digitization of documents or other objects for file upload to digital repositories.

    Superio, Daryl L. (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC)Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines, 2015)
    The digitization process will go through the following phases: > scanning documents and converting them to a format a word processor can read; > proofreading and reformatting them so they conform to your requirements; and > adding metadata (information used to catalogue the documents) > At the end of this process the hardcopy documents will have been transformed into electronic documents that can be included in a digital library
  • IODE Steering Group for OceanDocs (SG-OceanDocs-I), First Session, Oostende Belgum, 24-27 January 2012.

    Goovaerts, Marc; Simpson, Pauline (UnescoParis, France, 2012)
    The OceanDocs Network has been created to provide a multi institutional distributed network of OceanDocs Central and institutional, regional and national repositories to provide a unique access point to marine science publications and research. Until 2011, its’ development had been loosely guided by cooperation between IODE, University of Hasselt, Belgium, and regional Oceanographic Data and Information Networks (ODIN). This first session of the OceanDocs Steering Group builds on the earlier work and takes the OceanDocs Network into the future with a formalized structure and agreed policies.
  • IODE Steering Group for OceanDocs (SG-OceanDocs II, Video), Second Session, Video Conference, 01 March 2013,15.00-18.00 CET.

    Simpson, Pauline (UnescoParis, France, 2013)
    The OceanDocs Network has been created to provide a multi institutional distributed network of OceanDocs Central and institutional, regional and national repositories to provide a unique access point to marine science publications and research. The Second session of the SG-OceanDocs was held as a video conference with the intention of updating the Action Plan agreed at the First Session, 24-27 January 2012 in Oostende, Belgium.