"How automated workflows helped us ingest 600 faculty publications in t" by Shilpa Rele and Jessea Young
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Abstract: "Conducting copyright clearance and ingesting appropriate versions of faculty publications can be a labor intensive and time consuming process. At Loyola Marymount University (LMU), a medium-size, private institution, the Digital Library Program (DLP) had been conducting copyright clearance one publication at a time. This meant that it took an enormous amount of time from start to finish to review and process the list of publications on a given faculty member’s CV. In October 2016, the Digital Program Librarian learned about the automated workflow developed by librarians at University of North Texas and decided to give it a try. At this time, the DLP hired a Library Assistant who then began exploring and experimenting with this automated workflow. The goal of such experimentation was to increase efficiency in our processes to ingest more faculty publications in LMU's institutional repository.
In this session, we will share information about our workflows and tools used to manage our various processes. [...]"
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