5 edition of Institutional repositories found in the catalog.
by Association of Research Libraries, Office of Management Services in Washington, DC
|Statement||University of Houston Libraries, Institutional Repository Task Force, Charles W. Bailey, Jr., chair.|
|Series||SPEC kit -- 292|
|Contributions||Bailey, Charles W. 1950-, University of Houston. Libraries. Institutional Repository Task Force., Association of Research Libraries. Office of Management Services.|
|LC Classifications||ZA4082.U6 I67 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announces the publication of “Institutional Repositories,” compiled and edited by Brighid M. Gonzales, book number 44 in ACRL’s CLIPP series (formerly called “CLIP Notes”). This book focuses exclusively on institutional repositories at colleges and small universities by collecting relevant survey data about the . Institutional repositories can be directly loaded into EBSCO Discovery Service so that employees can easily search both paid and internal documents side by side. EBSCO has developed a flexible framework for mapping your data to EBSCO Discovery Service.
Institutional Repositories and the Institutional Repository: College and University Archives and Special Collections in an Era of Change Elizabeth Yakel, Soo Young Rieh, Beth St. Jean, Karen Markey, and Jihyun Kim Abstract This article reports on the archival implications of the Census of Institutional Repositories. The basic concept of institutional repositories is to use the power of the Internet to make research available and maintain permanent access to this valuable information. By providing stable storage for deposited files and gathering and publicizing basic descriptive information, these digital documents can be found, read, and used by a global.
A practical guide to current Institutional Repository (IR) issues, focussing on content - both gaining and preserving it and what cultural issues need to be addressed to make a successful IR. Importantly, the book uses real-life experiences to address and highlight issues raised in the Price: $ Purchase The Institutional Repository - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,
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Pamela Bluh is associate director for technical services and administration at the Thurgood Marshall Law Library, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, where she is also responsible for the law school's institutional repository, the Digital [email protected] Law.
She has been active in the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS) for. A practical guide to current Institutional Repository (IR) issues, focusing on both gaining and preserving content and what cultural issues need to be addressed to make a successful IR.
The author, Catherine Jones, uses real-life experiences to 4/5(1). A primary impact metric for institutional repositories (IR) is the number of file downloads, which are commonly measured through third-party web analytics : Jennifer Campbell-Meier.
Institutional Repositories in Africa: Issues and Challenges: /ch The emergence of open access has opened a world of opportunities for academic and research institutions. One of such opportunities is the establishment ofAuthor: Felicia O. Yusuf, Goodluck Ifijeh, Sola Owolabi.
Institutional Repositories, Libraries and the Academy by Marilyn S. Billings Many research and educational institutions are finding the promises of creating and maintaining an IR alluring, and in many cases libraries are intimately, often centrally, involved in this effort.
Institutional Repositories collects some of the techniques and solutions unique to their size that colleges and small universities have found, including shifting the focus of collection to student research, joining other schools in consortiums to offset costs, creative combinations for staffing, and creating new methods for increasing faculty.
Institutional repositories—used in this paper to mean digital collections capturing and preserving the intellectual output of a single or multi-university community—provide a compelling response to two strategic issues facing academic Size: KB.
Technical Aspects of an Institutional Repository: With regards to technical aspects of institutional repository development, specifically the software and hardware used to run repositories, there is a surfeit of information (McKay ).There is a tradition in the literature of repository managers publishing case studies of their institutional repository deployment (BarwickBevan Although institutional repositories are often established as distinct digital library or information management initiatives, Genoni () argues that the management of repository content is.
Institutional Repositories collects some of the techniques and solutions unique to their size that colleges and small universities have found, including shifting the focus of collection to student research, joining other schools in consortiums to offset costs, creative combinations for staffing, and creating new methods for increasing faculty Author: Brighid M.
Gonzales. 1 Institutional repositories/knowledge repositories. One of the types of knowledge management projects is to create knowledge/institutional repositories. In any case, the institutional repository is a basic constituent of every knowledge management system.
Libraries have worked out published information and they provide it to their clients. A practical guide to current Institutional Repository (IR) issues, focussing on content - both gaining and preserving it and what cultural issues need to be addressed to make a successful IR.
Importantly, the book uses real-life experiences to address and highlight issues raised in the book. Making Institutional Repositories Work 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.
What is an Institutional Repository. An institutional repository is a database with a set of services to capture, store, index, preserve and redistribute a university’s scholarly research in digital formats. The SPARC organization defines institutional repositories as follows: • Institutionally defined • Scholarly.
"Institutional Repositories focuses exclusively on institutional repositories at colleges and small universities by collecting relevant survey data about the planning, funding, staffing, and implementation of repositories at these institutions, as well as documentation on best practices, policies, guidelines, and other information germane to the deployment of an institutional.
Building an institutional repository is a big job, but like all big jobs it can be broken into a series of logical steps. Here’s a process you can customize for your library and institution. A Librarian’s Process for Building an Institutional Repository / LIBRARY File Size: KB.
"Making Institutional Repositories Work should be required reading for any librarian involved in the establishment of an institutional repository. Covering fundamental topics such as platform selection and policy creation, this book can help new repositories start with a clear plan for success.
An important chapter of the book is dedicated to aspects of curation, an increasingly important theme for institutional repositories. The author convincingly argues that preservation and curation issues should be considered when defining content policies, rather than as an afterthought once the repository begins to attract content.
With institutional repositories well into their second decade of deployment, the sort of examination of where we have been, where we are, and where we might be going represented by the essays in Making Institutional Repositories Work feels very timely.
In early I published an article titled “Institutional Repositories: Essential Infrastructure for Scholarship in the Digital Age. This e-book is made up primarily of case studies charting various different projects of creating institutional repositories.
With in-depth analysis of the issues surrounding institutional repositories, problems faced and solutions forthcoming, these studies provide examples for library professionals who are embarking on a scheme to implement an institutional repository in their.
Digital Libraries and Institutional Repositories: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice addresses new methods, practices, concepts, and techniques, as well as contemporary challenges and issues for libraries and university repositories that can be accessed electronically.
It also addresses the problems of usability and search optimization in.Starting, Strengthening, and Managing Institutional Repositories: A How-To-Do-It Manual (How-to-Do-It Manuals) (How-To-Do-It Manuals (Paperback)) 1st Edition by Jonathan Nabe (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important?
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or Cited by: 8.Objective: Institutional repositories are platforms for presenting and publicizing scholarly output that might not be suitable to publish in a peer-reviewed journal or that must meet open access requirements.
However, there are many challenges associated with their launch and up-keep. The objective of this systematic review was to define the impacts of institutional repositories (IRs) .