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Week 6 Notes

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Week 6 Notes LIS 4810 - 1

Digital Libraries
Krystyna Matusiak

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These are my notes for 10-21-15. I have also included a list of helpful resources.
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Krystyna Matusiak
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by ZacharyVanStanley on Saturday October 24, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LIS 4810 - 1 at University of Denver taught by Krystyna Matusiak in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see Digital Libraries in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Denver.

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Date Created: 10/24/15
LIS 4810 Digital Libraries 102115 Notes Zach Van Stanley Open Access 0 October 1925 is open access week openaccessweekorg 0 Open access is free access to nonaffiliated readers aka readers not connected to an organization 0 Open access emphasizes scholarly materials Digital libraries are a key part of open access Some key features 0 Facilitation of collaboration is essential 0 Part of the infrastructure enabling scholarly communication 0 Promotes the progress of science Digital Repositories 0 Ensure access and preservation of scholarly publications and data 0 Emphasize open access to scholarly publications 0 Similar to Creative Commons many times these include permissions to reuse o Journals are very expensive and this cuts the cost 0 Most 84 are institutional related to academic institutions 0 The most common repository type is D space Three models of digital repositories 1 Green route depositing items into an open access repository 2 Selfarchiving not selfpublishing 3 Institutional Additional models of digital repositories 1 Hybrid model open access granted on a singlearticle basis authors pay a fee to be on this type of system and then the system makes money off of other articles leading to the term double dipping to be applied 2 Delayed open access articles in this type of system are available after an embargo period of six to twelve months Open access journals dliborg firstmondayorgindex ariadneacuk Other resources I II III IV V VI VII arxivorg digitalcommonsDU projecthydraorg opendoarorg doajorg lists 137 journal titles Public Library of Science PLOS sherpaacukromeo publisher and copyright selfarchiving information


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