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Demystifying the Institutional Repository for Success

Author: Marianne A Buehler
Publisher: Oxford : Chandos Publishing, 2013.
Series: Chandos information professional series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"A practical guide to creating and sustaining an institutional repository through marketing, partnering, and understanding academic and scholarly needs, simultaneously benefitting global researchers"--Back cover.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marianne A Buehler
ISBN: 9781843346739 1843346737
OCLC Number: 828888787
Description: xxvii, 238 pages : charts ; 23 cm.
Contents: DedicationList of figures and tables FiguresTablesPrefaceIntroductionAcknowledgementsList of abbreviationsAbout the author1: Transcending traditional scholarly communication to open access publishing: why the change? AbstractScholarly communicationPeer-reviewOpen peer-reviewAcademic libraries experience research cost inflationTechnical services: staff opportunities to support open accessEvolution of a sustainable open access movementHistory of open access to researchAcademic and global open access research successUS Government open access and research policyResearch Councils UK: OA research policyGlobal open access research supportSummary2: Academic shift towards open access AbstractAn institutional repository is launchedUnderstanding open access benefitsMarketing discipline-specific materials to archive in an institutional repositoryArticle research permissions and addendumsAdditional types of high-value researchTalking points that engage the campus: visibility and accessibility toolsFacultyAdministrators' IR point of view and documenting academy researchGraduate and undergraduate student opportunities to showcase their researchAsocial marketing approach to garnering content and populating the IRSocial marketing theorySuccessful marketing strategies and best practices for garnering IR contentSummary3: The successful institutional repository AbstractInstitutional repositories' internal and external success factorsSpecific factors/features that constitute IR successInstitutional repository mandates, their rewards, and deposit methodsThere are millions of articlesContent in a successful IRPrimary types of IR materialsAdditional types of original research itemsSummary4: Institutional repository collaborations and building campus relationships AbstractAcquiring institutional repository contentStaff, collaborations, who contributes, and whyEngagement of liaisons with campus constituenciesGroundwork for patchwork and institutional repository mandatesAcademic strategic research plansEngaging with campus constituenciesWhat and how subject areas play a role in the IROpen access journal article processing charges - who pays?Academic library scholarship and the institutional repositorySummary5: Building internal and external campus institutional repository relationships AbstractOpen access article publishing models (gold, green, gratis, libre)Engaging campus faculty to create gold open access journalsCollaborative library open access publishing strategiesUniversity press and library-integrated open access publishing strategies: a survey of open access journal strategiesUniversity press publishing in the twenty-first centuryInstitutional repository staffInstitutional repository case studyTechnical services staff and authority controlHosted and non-hosted IR services and systems department supportInstitutional repository advisory committee/boardInstitutional repository collection development policyStudents and open access opportunitiesE-theses and dissertations (ETDs)Summary6: Institutional repository impact and value proposition AbstractImpact factorsOpen access journal citations: disadvantages and advantagesAdditional bibliometricsMeasuring the value of an institutional repositoryInstitutional repositories: funding and staff contributionsThe cost of an institutional repositoryValue of institutional repositories from an internal and external perspectiveLean Six Sigma Process Improvement approachInstitutional repository value chain approachThe institutional repository value propositionBusiness sector value and open access to researchSummary7: Looking ahead to open access data and textbook opportunities AbstractData and research management legislationData curation and managementData curation definitionsLibrary support for data curationLibrary roles in data management plansData management toolsWeb scale discovery servicesOpen education resources and open access textbooksOpen textbook contentSummaryReferencesIndex
Series Title: Chandos information professional series.
Responsibility: Marianne A. Buehler.


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