Metadata of Cornell University's DSpace Repository through July 31, 2007
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This report contains the metadata (or card catalog) for the current contents of the DSpace digital repository managed by the Cornell University Library. This project was initiated by J. Robert Cooke and Kenneth M. King with the funding provided by The Atlantic Philanthropies. Supplementary funding was provided for the immediate-past academic year by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Cornell University. Many major projects came to completion this year and the metadata has swelled four-fold. This project's goal is to promote movement to open access availability of all of the scholarly output of higher education. We fully embrace Cornell's motto of inclusiveness, "I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study", by making these resources on the broadest possible range of topics openly available to the widest possible audience.
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Internet-First University Press
DSpace at Cornell; Scholarly Publishing; Open Access Publishing; digital publishing; Internet First University Press; IFUP; online publishing; print-on-demand; white papers; economics of publishing; publishing alternatives; Internet publishing; video publishing; database of metadata
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