Chapter 4: Who Should be Involved

Susan Gibbons


Gibbons outlines the arguments for why libraries are the best organizations on an academic campus to run institutional repositories and why libraries should get involved early. Learn the steps for establishing an institutional repository, its range of uses, and its various features and applications. Gibbons evaluates what vendors' systems are available, as well as costs and institutional support. Learn what's on the horizon for this innovative technology.

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