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Digital Preservation and COPPUL Libraries
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.
Transforming Catalogers (and Others) into Digital Library Specialists: The Evolution of the University of Oregon's Metadata and Digital Library Services
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2005-05-18)
How does life change when your traditional cataloging department assumes responsibility for creating and maintaining digital library collections? What about: * preservation and public presentation * running the campus ...
A Chicken or an Egg : Planning Your Digital Project
(University of Regina, Dr. John Archer Library, 2007-05-03)
Discusses the reasons why an institution would undertake to develop digital collections, identifies some of the challenges, and outlines issues to be considered in a project plan. Presented as part of the Digitization 101 ...
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 ...
Latin American women in the political process: a bibliography
(Vance Bibliographies, 1990-04)
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 ...