Repositories vs. Quasitories, or Much Ado About Next To Nothing

Amsciforum 2016-10-06

Summary:

"Richard Poynder notes that 17 years on, Institutional Repositories (IRs) are still half-empty of their target content: peer-reviewed research journal articles.

He is right. Most researchers are still not doing the requisite keystrokes to deposit their peer-reviewed papers (and their frantic librarians' efforts are no substitute).

The reason is that researchers' institutions and funders still have not got their heads around the right deposit mandates."

Link:

http://openaccess.eprints.org/index.php?/archives/1182-Repositories-vs.-Quasitories,-or-Much-Ado-About-Next-To-Nothing.html

From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » Amsciforum
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Eric Bakovic's Hub » Open Access Archivangelism

Tags:

oa.new oa.green oa.deposits oa.obstacles oa.librarians oa.mandates oa.google.scholar oa.interoperability oa.publishers oa.embargoes oa.preprints oa.ir oa.versions oa.policies oa.repositories

Date tagged:

10/06/2016, 07:40

Date published:

10/06/2016, 13:36