Category:Library and Information Studies
Table Of Contents: Volume 24 Issue 3 - Special Issue: Open access and scholarly communication: part 1
This paper seeks to highlight the recent open access initiatives of Harvard University and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Thinking outside the library box: Considerations in contextualizing digital repositories for the local environmentFrank Cervone
The purpose of this paper is to provide an introduction to the emerging concept of local contextualization in digital repositories.
Creating the virtual map drawer: Bridging the gap between spatial data infrastructures and map librariesMarcy M. Allen
The paper aims to report on a project that was a unique collaboration between a map librarian and a geography faculty member which resulted in the successful creation of…
This paper aims to explore the benefits of using faculty focus groups as an early component of a scholarly communications program with suggestions for planning and…
Where IR you?: Using “open access” to extend the reach and richness of faculty research within a universityPlato L. Smith
This paper aims to clarify the relationship between researcher, digital librarian, and cataloger supporting collection building in institutional repository (IR). It also…