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Submitting to the Campus Digital Archive : a Step-by-Step Guide
(Dr. John Archer Library, University of Regina, 2009-07-14)
Provides screen-by-screen instructions for submitting materials to the University of Regina's campus digital archive.
The Promise of Institutional Repositories : Scholars' Bank at the University of Oregon
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2005-10-03)
Presented October 3 to a meeting of GWLA library directors.
Introduction to implementing an institutional repository
(University of Regina, Dr. John Archer Library, 2007-09-21)
Presentation made to Technical Services staff on September 21, 2007.
La implementación de un repositorio institucional : procesos, retos y estrategias
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2005-09-22)
Un seminario en la implementación de repositorios institucionales utilizando la experiencia en la Universidad de Oregon, con el estudio del caso “Scholars’ Bank”. “Scholars’ Bank” es un robusto y creciente archivo para ...
If We Build It, Will They Come (Eventually)? : Scholarly Communication and Institutional Repositories
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2005-05-20)
Specialists in serials have been dealing with the effects of an imbalance in the scholarly communication process for some time. The increase in scholarly output coupled with the decreasing ability of libraries to provide ...
Los repositorios institucionales: una oportunidad para la difusión del conocimiento
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2006-07-03)
Presentation given July 3 at the Curso de Verano 2006 de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
How to Implement an Institutional Repository
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2006-05-04)
Presented as a half-day pre-conference at the 2006 NASIG Conference in Denver, Colorado, May 4, 2006. For program details, visit the conference web site at: http://www.nasig.org/conference/2006/
Expanding the Focus of the IR: Scholars’ Bank at the University of Oregon
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2005-07-07)
First We Build Them, Then What? : The Future of Institutional Repositories
The article discusses the current state of IR development and outlines a direction that IRs in the U.S. can effectively take.
The Impact of Open Access on the Printed Book
Open Access as it applies to the printed book is examined in comparison to open access to journal articles. Institutional repositories development is reviewed in relation to how open access monographs and articles can be ...