Archives par mot-clé : institutional repositories

Degrees of Openness Access : Restrictions in Institutional Repositories

« Institutional repositories, green road and backbone of the open access movement, contain a growing number of items that are metadata without full text, metadata with full text only for authorized users, and items that are under embargo or that are … Continuer la lecture

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Le développement de l’archive ouverte institutionnelle HAL UPS…

Le développement de l’archive ouverte institutionnelle HAL-UPS : Préconisations pour la mise en place d’un workflow pour la chaîne de traitement documentaire des publications scientifiques des laboratoires de recherche de l’Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier : « État des lieux … Continuer la lecture

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Student Embargoes within Institutional Repositories Faculty Early Transparency…

Student Embargoes within Institutional Repositories: Faculty Early Transparency Concerns : « Libraries encourage students to utilize Institutional Repositories (IRs) to house e-portfolios that demonstrate their skills and experiences. This is especially important for students when applying for jobs and admission into … Continuer la lecture

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Institutional Repository Management Models That Support Faculty Research…

Institutional Repository Management Models That Support Faculty Research Dissemination: « Purpose – Research dissemination is a core mission for all universities. As a result, libraries should adopt this mission, utilizing institutional repositories services to support this goal. This paper aims to … Continuer la lecture

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Open Is Not Enough Grey Literature in Institutional…

Open Is Not Enough : Grey Literature in Institutional Repositories : « The paper contributes to the discussion on the place of grey literature in institutional repositories and, vice versa, on the relevance of open archives for grey literature. Even in … Continuer la lecture

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The Choice Is Yours Researchers Assign Subject Metadata…

The Choice Is Yours! Researchers Assign Subject Metadata to Their Own Materials in Institutional Repositories : « The Digital Commons platform for institutional repositories provides a three-tiered taxonomy of academic disciplines for each item submitted to the repository. Since faculty and … Continuer la lecture

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Institutional Repositories The Untapped Academic Goldmine This…

Institutional Repositories: The Untapped Academic Goldmine : « This paper looked at the influence of the Internet on scholarly communication and the emergence of various access-to knowledge initiatives, with stronger emphasis on institutional repositories (IRs). It highlighted the benefits of IRs … Continuer la lecture

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Strategies for gaining and maintaining academic support for…

Strategies for gaining and maintaining academic support for the institutional open access repository : « The impact of research can be measured by use or citation count. The more widely available that research outputs are; the more likely they are to … Continuer la lecture

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Opening access to agricultural information in Ghana Kenya…

Opening access to agricultural information in Ghana, Kenya and Zambia : « Agricultural innovation systems in Africa need to have access to both local and global agricultural sciences and technical information if they are to have an impact on agriculture and … Continuer la lecture

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Institutional Repositories and Open Access Initiatives in Bangladesh…

Institutional Repositories and Open Access Initiatives in Bangladesh: A New Paradigm of Scholarly Communication : « Nowadays, open access (OA) in its diverse forms constitutes the most interesting and promising model for the research output of an academic or research institution. … Continuer la lecture

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