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On overview of the institutional repository program at the University of Michigan.

On overview of the institutional repository program at the University of Michigan.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. DEEP BLUE Your work: cited more, safe forever. It’s simple. Jim Ottaviani [email_address] © 2007 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved.
  • 3. History and context…
  • 4. Context and planning…
  • 5.  
  • 6.
    • A footnoted postcard?!
    • Yes. It cites the 2005 IEEE study of 1,307,038 articles showing that articles in systems like Deep Blue…
    • “… have consistently more citations, the advantage being
    • 25%-250%
    [1] Your work: cited more…
  • 7. [2] Safe forever (Preservation)…
    • Level 1: Highest
    • Well known formats w/open standards (e.g. TIFF); we will both preserve and migrate
    • Level 2: Limited
    • Well known, but not open, formats (e.g. Microsoft Word); we will preserve and, if we can, migrate
    • Level 3: As-is
      • 01000100111000 in, 01000100111000 out…
  • 8. [3] It’s simple…
    • Deposit: Describe Your Item
  • 9.  
  • 10. No, really. It is simple
    • The license, in less than 50 words :
    • It’s my work, and UM can distribute and preserve it via Deep Blue. Those are UM’s only rights, and they’re non-exclusive. I can distribute and preserve it too, and more besides, because the work’s still mine; if I used somebody else’s work in it, I got the necessary permissions.
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  • 12. The Director’s Cut
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  • 15. deepblue.lib.umich.edu