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Implementing BePress' Digital Commons Institutional Repository Solution: Two Views from the Trenches

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Uploaded on Jun 9, 2011

From the 2004 CALI Conference for Law School Computing

Audience: All
Technical Level: Low

Librarians from the University of Georgia Law Library and University of Maryland Law Library will discuss their experiences implementing Digital Commons' institutional repository product. Issues to be discussed include: Creating a business plan to persuade law school administrators to establish an institutional repository - how to justify the expenditure, distinguishing Digital Commons from SSRN, choosing Digital Commons rather than an open source solution. Obtaining content for the repository - promoting the repository, building buy-in from contributors, establishing content policies, determining types of materials to be included in the repository, self-archiving versus mediated archiving. Copyright permissions - appending supplemental language to publication agreements, SHERPA/roMEO, keeping track of copyright permissions, developing a decision flowchart for copyright permissions. Cooperative repository applications - liaising with other law school departments, implementing a repository in a consortium environment.

Carol Watson
Associate Director for Information Technology
University of Georgia School of Law

Pamela Bluh
Associate Director for Technical Services & Admin.
University of Maryland School of Law

James Donovan
Library Director and Associate Professor of Law
University of Georgia School of Law

James Donovan
Library Director and Associate Professor of Law
University of Kentucky College of Law

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