EBSCO Open Dissertations - Libraries and Universities

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Summary:

"EBSCO and BiblioLabs understand that institutions are seeking to balance the desire to share open research produced on their campus with transparency and choice for their students. EBSCO Open Dissertations is free for authors of ETDs as well as the participating institutions and is meant to increase traffic to individual IRs....

The project is open for metadata submissions from research universities and libraries around the world. In its initial developmental phase, OpenDissertations.org includes ETD metadata from the British Library’s EThOS Service, the University of Florida, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and the University of Kentucky. More than 20 libraries are expected to participate in the initial product phase....

 

There are three steps to adding ETDs to EBSCO Open Dissertations:

1. Your ETD metadata is harvested via OAI and integrated into EBSCO’s platform, where pointers send traffic to your IR.

2. EBSCO integrates this data into their current subscriber environments and makes the data available on the open web via opendissertations.org.

3. EBSCO sends you monthly reports on record views and outbound traffic to your IR...."

Link:

https://biblioboard.com/opendissertations/libraries-and-universities/

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Tags:

oa.new oa.etds oa.metadata oa.harvesting oa.ebsco oa.ir oa.repositories oa.green

Added:

11/14/2017, 09:54