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Introduction

Institutional Repositories are increasingly used as archives for publications, theses and other scholarly or educational output. With this, the archival services offered by repository applications maintained by the university libraries is used in an increasing number of business processes, whether this being the deposit of peer reviewed stage 2 material, the deposit of bachelor theses at the and of the academic year or the need to archive research data.
With this, library staff and repository applications need to accommodate more and more use cases, each requiring its specific needs, e.g. the deposit of a thesis resulting from a collaborative effort for publication in the HBO Kennisbank or the self-archival of research data at an external data repository.
In order to create a scalable solution, the need arises to separate the archival service from services that support the deposit workflows and to loosely couple institutional repositories with specialised deposit application which then exchange information through standardised web service interfaces.
This application profile describes a protocol to allow the deposit of publications, theses and research data to institutional repositories.

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