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Collecting for Institutional Repositories: Lessons Learned Susan Gibbons Associate Dean River Campus Libraries University of Rochester Sgibbons@library.rochester.edu June 24, 2007
In the beginning… UR Research policies –Months of committee work Types of content Who can deposit? Supported formats Copyright Lessons Learned
Types of content Faculty papers Conference proceedings Student works? Institutional works? Primary source materials Library content? Any “faculty- sponsored” content
Who can deposit? Teaching & research faculty Proxies –Administrative assistants –Student workers –Librarians
Supported formats Some long-term preservation commitment is assumed Preserve bit streams –Checksum digit Preserve usability of content –Formats w/ open specifications –Conversion
Copyright (2 aspects) Copyright ownership –Non-exclusive distribution agreement Policing for copyright violations –Click-through agreement puts burden on author/agent –Contact author if blatant Library provides copyright service
Lessons Learned Audience for everything (Long Tail) Faculty are peacocks Personalized sales pitch Importance of serendipity Be flexible!
Questions? http://urresearch.rochester.edu/ –“About UR Research” AIM: susanlgibbons firstname.lastname@example.org
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