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Harvard University Library Office for Information Systems Using ERNIE to create a URN for E resources 1 Introduction ERNIE Electronic Resource Naming InterfacE allows librarians to add update and delete Uniform Resource Names1 URNs in three NRS Authority paths hul eresources hul ebook and hul eother hul eresources is intended for free or licensed resources that are available to Harvard University users and will likely be listed in E Research hul ebook is intended for single ebooks or collections of ebooks that are too small to handle through the ebook batch process hul eother is intended for Harvard library created resources such as research guides ERNIE also allows participating libraries to create URNS for e bookplates that appear in HOLLIS hul ebkplt is intended for links to e bookplate thumbnails in DRS participating libraries only hul ebkpll is intended for links to either full size e bookplate images in DRS OR to library maintained donor recognition pages participating libraries only This documentation describes the process for adding updating and deleting URNs for E resources 1 A URN is a way to publish a link to a resource that allows a change to be made to the URL without having to send out a new link For example if free resource becomes restriced the URL for that resource will change January 13 2019 President and Fellows of Harvard College http hul harvard edu ois systems erm docs e resource urns pdf Using ERNIE to create a URN for E resources Page 2 of 8 2 Create a new URN for E resources 1 Open ERNIE in a browser http wally hul harvard edu 8000 ernie ernie html 2 Choose Status New choose Type E resource and enter the Unique ID for the resource A Unique ID can be a one word description of the resource The example below shows a complete form for creating a URN for a list of research guides in E research The Unique ID for this resource is pubmed 3 If this is a licensed resource restricted to the Harvard community leave the box checked for HUID PIN required



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