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  • but due to the scholarly communication process this capital is controlled by publishers (Yeats 96).

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  • 1. INSTITUTIONALREPOSITORIES: PRESENT & FUTURE
  • 2. Knowledgeis capital atuniversities
  • 3. butpublishers controlthis capital
  • 4. 2003: A strategic response to theopportunities of the digitalnetworked environment and the problems in today’s scholarly journal system (Johnson)
  • 5. Scholarshipis changing
  • 6. But they can bemore than this
  • 7. a mechanism for ensuring access toknowledge produced at a college or university (Yeates 96)
  • 8. (Bankier and Smith 3)
  • 9. new technologiesnew ways of discoveryCOLLABORATIVEINTER-DISCIPLINARY
  • 10. TheRepository is for everyone
  • 11. studentsshould beinvolved
  • 12. courseworkgoes down thememory hole
  • 13. InstitutionalRepositories canenhance the curriculum
  • 14. Institutionalrepositories can beDemonstrative
  • 15. InstitutionalRepositories can beInformative
  • 16. Content IS LOCAL DiscoveryIs GLOBAL
  • 17. There are some challenges: BUY-IN AWARENESS USAGE COPYRIGHT
  • 18. “NJ-USA” is copyright (c) 2011 Anna Strumillo and made available under aAttribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 license
  • 19. SOLUTIONS:assessment outreachoptimization
  • 20. What I’m Excited About: Community Student groups Multimedia Google Scholar
  • 21. Works CitedRobin Yeates. "Over The Horizon Institutional Repositories" Vine 33.2 (2003): 96-99. ABI/INFORM Global, Proquest.Web. 25 Jun. 2012.R.K. Johnson. “Institutional Repositories: Partnering with Faculty to Enhance Scholarly Communication” D-Lib Magazine(November 2002). Web. 25 Jun. 2012Jean-Gabriel Bankier and Courtney Smith. "Repository Collection Policies" Australian Academic and Research Libraries(2011). Available at: http://works.bepress.com/courtney_a_smith/7Related Readings:Jean-Gabriel Bankier, Connie Foster & Glen Wiley. “Institutional Repositories— Strategies For The Present And Future”.The Serials Librarian, 56.1-4 (2009): 109-115Karen Markey, et al. "Unheard Voices: Institutional Repository End-Users." College & Research Libraries 72.1 (2011): 21-42. Library Literature & Information Science Full Text (H.W. Wilson). Web. 30 Apr. 2012Zuccala, Alesia, Charles Oppenheim, and Rajveen Dhiensa. "Managing And Evaluating Digital Repositories." InformationResearch 13.1 (2008): 7. Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts with Full Text. Web. 30 Apr. 2012.
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