Use of eCommons for rapid dissemination of COVID-19 research
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Advances in Scholarly Communication: Institutional Repositories
|dc.contributor.author||Rosenkrantz, Marcy E.|
|dc.description.abstract||How do you make your research available to the widest possible public? How do you and others in your field measure its influence? How do you preserve it for the future? This semester Mann library is offering a series of presentations that deal with these pressing questions particularly for faculty, staff and graduate students. With the rapid changes in scholarly communication in the digital age and the call for more open and economically sustainable methods of publication, institutional repositories--digital libraries where faculty and graduate students can deposit online copies of their publications, theses and data--have arisen as viable avenues for disseminating and preserving research. In this presentation, Marcy Rosenkrantz, Director of Cornell University Library Systems, will demonstrate DSpace, Cornell's institutional repository, and explain how it can help make scholarly work more accessible to a greater number of people, increase its citation, and store it for the future. This event was co-sponsored with Olin Library||en_US|
|dc.description.sponsorship||Mann Library Olin Library||en_US|
|dc.subject||Open Access Repository||en_US|
|dc.title||Advances in Scholarly Communication: Institutional Repositories||en_US|