Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe :
“Detailed information on Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe, organized by countries.”
URL : http://eprints.rclis.org/18859/
Institutional repositories – now and next :
“The chapter describes developments in institutional repositories and looks forward to what roles they may play and what advantages they will bring to research-based institutions in the future.”
URL : http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/21471/
The development of technology has brought enormous opportunity to bring the results of research primarily to all through digital communication – anyone, anywhere and anytime.
IT is playing an important role in today’s world and these technologies are meant to help the customers/clientele. To keep pace with the changing world, libraries are also using these technologies to upgrade themselves, improving services, reaching each and every corner and making available resource to reach its users and Institutional Repository is an emerging concept and playing an important role in preserving the intellectual capital of the academic and research institutions.
Now every institution wants to launch its IR and one such initiative is done by NISCAIR by launching NOPR.
URL : http://eprints.rclis.org/14487/
Measuring the visibility of the universities’ scientific production using scientometric methods :
Paper presents scientometry as a science and a fundamental instrument for determining the
international value of an university as well as for the statistical evaluation of scientific research results.
The impact of the research measurable through scientometric indicators is analyzed. Promoting the
scientific production of universities through institutional digital repositories deals with the concept of
scientific production of the university and the development of scientific research in information
society. These concepts are approached through the prism of marketing methods and techniques. The
digital repository is analyzed as a PRODUCT, destined for promoting, archieving and preserving
URL : http://www.wseas.us/e-library/conferences/2010/Tunisia/EDUTE/EDUTE-22.pdf