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What is the difference between Footnotes and Endnotes

 Footnotes  Endnotes
 Appear at the bottom of the same page  Appear at the end of the paper or end of the Section, Chapter, or book.
 footnote  endnotes
 DSpace is an open source repository software package which  is used for creating repositories for scholarly and/or published digital content of any Organisation. There are many Dspace service provider in India here I am sharing only some reputed Dspace services provider.
Services are  applicable to Academic / Government/Government Funded Institutes only
  • DSpace Installation Service (Plain)
  • DSpace Basic Customization (Layout)
  • DSpace Advance Customization and Data Import
  • DSpace Maintenance
  • Virtual Machine Hosting
  • Server Hosting
Information and Library Network Centre
Post Box No. 4 Infocity, Gandhinagar, Gujarat - 382 007.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. +91 79 2326 8313 / 8000



2. DSquare Technologies



  • DSpace Implementation
  • DSpace Customization
  • Data Migration
  • Consultancy
  • Documents Digitization Services
  • Long Term Data Archival
  • Performance Optimization
  • Dspace Support




  • Dynamic Book Viewer
  • Dspace - Data Backup & Restore



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3. Vir Softech Private Limited



  • DSpace Customization
  • OWASP Security
  • Activiti BPM Integration
  • Dynamic Watermarks
  • Advanced Indexing & Search
  • Analytics & Reports
  • Data conversion
  • Installation/configuration
  • Integration & Migration.


  • Phone:          +91-120-4325497   (9am to 6pm)  
  • Whatsapp:   +91-9871258989 
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4. Informatics Publishing Ltd


  • Installation/configuration,
  • Integration,
  • Migration,
  • Training
Phone:     +91 9900236751  
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DSpace     Demo

Text Analyzer is a beta tool built by JSTOR Labs. With it, researchers can search for content on JSTOR just by uploading a document.







It gives legal right to protect authors of documentation or software from unauthorized copying or selling of their work. 
The 1886 Berne Convention first Internationally established recognition of copyrights.
Copyright law of India The Copyright Act 1957 was the first post-independence copyright legislation in India. 
The most recent amendment was in the year 2012, through the Copyright (Amendment) Act 2012. 
Duration of Copyright In the case of original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, 60 years counted from the year the death of the author.




The copyleft symbol is a backwards "C" in a circle
Copyleft  concept pioneered by Richard Stallman. 
A Copyleft is the opposite of a Copyright.
Copyleft laws have provided users the same rights as copyright authors,in simple words they can also copy, modify and distribute the materials. Means copyleft type licens s are made to ensure a creative work remains freely available. e.g.  Mozilla Public License