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Technology As A Service: Using An Institutional Repository To Educate Faculty On Author’S Rights, Copyright, And Sharing Research Openly And Effectively, Andrew Wesolek Oct 2014

Technology As A Service: Using An Institutional Repository To Educate Faculty On Author’S Rights, Copyright, And Sharing Research Openly And Effectively, Andrew Wesolek

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In October of 2013, Clemson University launched its TigerPrints institutional repository. This IR is a key component in a suite of services designed to capture the scholarly output of the University and make it openly available to the world while supporting the online and open access publication of unique Clemson scholarship. This presentation will explore the fundamentals of institutional repositories, and the ways that they can be used as tools to educate researchers on copyright, author’s rights, and the benefits of openly sharing their research.


Digital Commons And Ssrn: Turning Perceived Conflict Into Real Synergy, James M. Donovan, Carol A. Watson Apr 2014

Digital Commons And Ssrn: Turning Perceived Conflict Into Real Synergy, James M. Donovan, Carol A. Watson

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Covers the history of SSRN and the development of institutional repositories, how to positively address faculty concerns about losing SSRN download statistics, statistical analysis of downloads on each platform and research behavior, and an overview of the strengths and advantages of each platform.


Turning The Corner On Etds, Ellen C. Ramsey, Jennifer Roper, Christopher Vinson, Andrew Wesolek Apr 2014

Turning The Corner On Etds, Ellen C. Ramsey, Jennifer Roper, Christopher Vinson, Andrew Wesolek

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Presenters from Clemson and UVa, both mid-sized public institutions, discuss differences, similarities, and challenges inherent in implementing an ETD program and the policy implications these programs have.