Both the Handle and the DOI are digital object identification systems that allow you to assign one PURL ("persistent uniform resource locator") in electronic documents (books, journal articles, conference papers, teaching materials, etc.).
El Handle system is a system developed by the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) which allows the granting of persistent identifiers to existing information resources on the network (books, chapters, magazines, articles, graphics, videos, etc.).
Each Handle consists of a prefix that identifies the producer of the identifier (publisher, company, institutional repository, etc.), and a suffix that identifies each of the digital objects (book, chapter, magazine, article, image, etc.). ).
|Prefix 2099.1||deposit identifier Academic work UPC|
|Sufix 19080||identifier of the final master project deposited in Academic work UPC.|
To be able to locate a document with a Handle identifier, the string can be written in the "http://hdl.handle.net/"followed by the corresponding prefix and suffix, which redirects the user directly to the document:
Alternatively, the existing locator can be used in http://hdl.handle.net/. This locator, in addition to redirecting the user to the document, also offers additional information such as the associated URL.
El Libraries, Publications and Archives Service of the UPC uses the Handle system to identify all objects deposited in UPCommons, set of institutional deposits of the UPC. Therefore, all the documents housed in the various depositories ofUPCommons they automatically receive a Handle that identifies them, guaranteeing permanent access (permanent URL):
Scientific-technical production of teaching and research staff at the university
|Journals UPC||Magazines published and / or organized by the UPC|
|Conferences UPC||Congresses published and / or organized by the UPC|
|Academic work UPC||TFG, TFM and other academic works prepared by the students of the UPC|
|Thesis UPC||Doctoral theses elaborated by the PhD students of the UPC|
|Video library UPC||Videos produced by the UPC|