SHERPA and Institutional Repositories

Hubbard, Bill (2003) SHERPA and Institutional Repositories. Serials, 16 (3). pp. 243-247.

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Abstract

The SHERPA project (Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation and Access) has been set up to encourage change in the scholarly communication process by creating open-access institutional "e-print" repositories for the dissemination of research findings. This article looks at the terminology involved with such repositories and at the issues that such repositories raise for their construction and use. It reviews the advantages of having an institutional basis for a repository and identifies the key issues that have arisen so far in project work.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:SHERPA, IBER, open access archives, open access repositories, institutional repositories, institutionally based eprint repositories, e-print repository, eprint repository
Schools/Departments:General > Information Services
ID Code:95
Deposited By:Hubbard, Bill
Deposited On:19 Dec 2003
Last Modified:09 Oct 2007 16:49

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