Institutional Repositories What the Open Access agenda means for a modern institution

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Slides that acompany the lecture and workshop I gave 24th March 2011 to postgraduate students at the University of Loughborough. The focus is mostly on giving a view of the world of repositories and open access, with an especial skew towards the pros and cons of running an institutionally based service.

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  • Me and Gully Foyle
  • The LRA and Leicester’s approachMaterials we’re seeing used and popularityDark forces[This slide needs reworking in light of other bits of talk
  • Need to re-write this
  • It’s their life – cos the researchers work IS their livelihood
  • The repository as a service is up against an increasing number of external and internal pressuresAwareness of the repository remains lowMandates are helping drive material to usIntegration and centralisation seem to lie ahead – though from my perspective not
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