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Making institutional repositories work / edited by Burton B. Callicott, David Scherer, and Andrew Wesolek.

Contributor(s): Callicott, Burton B, 1968- [editor.] | Scherer, David, 1984- [editor.] | Wesolek, Andrew, 1983- [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Charleston insights in library, archival, and information sciences: Publisher: West Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue University Press, [2016]Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 360 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781612494227; 1612494226; 9781612494234; 1612494234.Subject(s): Institutional repositories | Institutional repositories -- United States -- Case studies | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- Collection Development | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General | Institutional repositories | United States | სამეცნიერო ორგანიზაციების რეპოზიტორიუმები ელექტრონული სამეცნიერო შრომების გამოქვეყნება ბიბლიოთეკებიGenre/Form: Electronic book. | Case studies. Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 025.04 LOC classification: ZA4081.86 | .M35 2016Online resources: JSTOR Open Access Books | Click here to access online
Contents:
Choosing a repository platform : open-source vs. hosted solutions / Hillary Corbett, Jimmy Ghaphery, Lauren Work, and Sam Byrd -- Repository options for research data / Katherine McNeill -- Ensuring discoverability of IR content / Kenning Arlitsch, Patrick OBrien, Jeff Mixter, Jason A. Clark, and Leila Sterman -- Open-access policies : basics and impact on content recruitment / Andrew Wesolek and Paul Royster -- Responsibilities and rights : balancing the institutional imperative for open access with authors' self-determination / Isaac Gilman -- Campus open-access policy implementation models and implications for IR services / Ellen Finnie Duranceau and Sue Kriegsman -- Electronic theses and dissertations : preparing graduate students for their futures / Gail McMillan -- Systematically populating an IR with ETDS : launching a retrospective digitization project and collecting current ETDS at the University of Massachusetts Amherst / Meghan Banach Bergin and Charlotte Roh -- Faculty self-archiving / Stephanie Davis-Kahl -- Incentivizing them to come : strategies, tools, and opportunities for marketing an institutional repository / David Scherer -- Repository as publishing platform / Simone Sacchi and Mark Newton -- Publishing pedagogy : the institutional repository as training ground for a new breed of academic journal editors / Catherine Mitchell and Lisa Schiff -- Purposeful metrics : matching institutional repository metrics to purpose and audience / Todd Bruns and Harrison W. Inefuku -- Social media metrics as indicators of repository impact / Kim Holmberg, Stefanie Haustein, and Daniel Beucke -- Peer review and institutional repositories / Burton Callicott -- Defining success and impact for scholars, department chairs, and administrators : is there a sweet spot? / Marianne A. Buehler -- Creating the IR culture / Anne Langley and Yuan Li -- On implementing an open-source institutional repository : a case study / James Tyler Mobley -- Interlinking institutional repository content and enhancing user experiences : a case study from Purdue University / David Scherer, Lisa Zilinski, and Kelley Kimm -- Populating your institutional repository and promoting your students: IRs and undergraduate research / Betty Rozum and Becky Thoms -- Next steps for IRs and open access / Heather Joseph.
Summary: Making International Repositories Work, arranged in five thematic sections, is intendede to take the pulse of institutional repositories - to see how they have matured and what can be expected from them, as well as introduce what may be the future role of the institutional repository. This collection of essays takes novices as well as seasoned practitioners through the practical and conceptual steps necessary to develop a functioning institutional repository, customized to the needs and culture of the home institution. -- from back cover.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Choosing a repository platform : open-source vs. hosted solutions / Hillary Corbett, Jimmy Ghaphery, Lauren Work, and Sam Byrd -- Repository options for research data / Katherine McNeill -- Ensuring discoverability of IR content / Kenning Arlitsch, Patrick OBrien, Jeff Mixter, Jason A. Clark, and Leila Sterman -- Open-access policies : basics and impact on content recruitment / Andrew Wesolek and Paul Royster -- Responsibilities and rights : balancing the institutional imperative for open access with authors' self-determination / Isaac Gilman -- Campus open-access policy implementation models and implications for IR services / Ellen Finnie Duranceau and Sue Kriegsman -- Electronic theses and dissertations : preparing graduate students for their futures / Gail McMillan -- Systematically populating an IR with ETDS : launching a retrospective digitization project and collecting current ETDS at the University of Massachusetts Amherst / Meghan Banach Bergin and Charlotte Roh -- Faculty self-archiving / Stephanie Davis-Kahl -- Incentivizing them to come : strategies, tools, and opportunities for marketing an institutional repository / David Scherer -- Repository as publishing platform / Simone Sacchi and Mark Newton -- Publishing pedagogy : the institutional repository as training ground for a new breed of academic journal editors / Catherine Mitchell and Lisa Schiff -- Purposeful metrics : matching institutional repository metrics to purpose and audience / Todd Bruns and Harrison W. Inefuku -- Social media metrics as indicators of repository impact / Kim Holmberg, Stefanie Haustein, and Daniel Beucke -- Peer review and institutional repositories / Burton Callicott -- Defining success and impact for scholars, department chairs, and administrators : is there a sweet spot? / Marianne A. Buehler -- Creating the IR culture / Anne Langley and Yuan Li -- On implementing an open-source institutional repository : a case study / James Tyler Mobley -- Interlinking institutional repository content and enhancing user experiences : a case study from Purdue University / David Scherer, Lisa Zilinski, and Kelley Kimm -- Populating your institutional repository and promoting your students: IRs and undergraduate research / Betty Rozum and Becky Thoms -- Next steps for IRs and open access / Heather Joseph.

Making International Repositories Work, arranged in five thematic sections, is intendede to take the pulse of institutional repositories - to see how they have matured and what can be expected from them, as well as introduce what may be the future role of the institutional repository. This collection of essays takes novices as well as seasoned practitioners through the practical and conceptual steps necessary to develop a functioning institutional repository, customized to the needs and culture of the home institution. -- from back cover.

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