Institutional Repositories: the What, Why, Where, and How of Them

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2005-11-11
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Rosenkrantz, Marcy
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In this talk Marcy Rosenkrantz gives a general definition of an institutional repository and discusses several instances of them at various institutions. Repositories will be examined as responses to the crisis in scholarly communications and as ways to promote student and faculty research. The discussion will addressed how faculty view repositories and explore two repositories at Cornell and arXiv.org, focusing on why arXiv.org is successful. Cornell University Library’s implementation of DSpace will be examined in terms of acceptance, use, implementation, costs and application at other institutions.
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Institutional repositories
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