No Fees Required: Opening Access to University Content

30/06/2011 – 1:35 pm
Stephen Oakshott

Source: The Idaho Librarian: A Publication of the Idaho Library Association, Vol 61, No 1 (2011)

Authors: Julia Stringfellow & Michelle Armstrong


This article shares information from a presentation at the 2011 Southwest Idaho Library Association Regional Conference, which explored increased access to university collections and scholarship and the great benefits this provides for all library communities. Access to university records and scholarship, both born digital and originally in paper, is improved by providing them in an open, electronic format. The session featured examples of institutional repositories and the types of digital content they include, and provided resources with information on creating and implementing an institutional repository.’

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