International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories, 2016 Edition

Published - May 2016| Code - PRG132A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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The 150+ page study presents detailed data on budgets and spending, man hours devoted to the repository, revenue generation and fees, access policies & content viewing restrictions, levels of cooperation from faculty and parent institution staff, marketing, cataloging, downloads and other user statistics, ePublishing & peer review efforts, and much else of interest to library staff and suppliers interested in repositories, content distribution & publishing and open access.

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