Free UKSG webinar: Redefining the Institutional Repository

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Slides:

Chris Keene has kindly agreed to make his slides available. Chris has also kindly agreed to share his comprehensive notes. Please use the correct attribution if you wish to use them (CC BY 2.5). 

Q&As:

Thank you to all participants for your interesting and varied comments, questions and links. A PDF of the webinar's Q&As is available here. 

Alternatively, these resources are also available on the University of Sussex web site.

 

“Focussed, practical, relevant - this webinar proved a very effective way to summarise IR developments and to stimulate discussion of the "new frontier" for UK HEIs.” -  Jonathan Eaton, London Business School

“Excellent webinar with lots of opportunity for questions.” – Emma Cass, The British Library

“Very useful and informative, confirming our IR/OA problems are not unique.” – Anonymous

 
96% of survey respondents would recommend this webinar.

This is a fantastic opportunity to listen to an expert speaker, with the added benefit of no travelling required! You will also receive a link to a recording of the webinar so that you can listen again at a time convenient to you.

This is a free webinar.

 

OVERVIEW:

Institutional Repositories have grown in importance over the last 10 years to offer a core University and Library service, however, their role is developing faster now than it has ever done. Funder Open Access requirements, internal reporting, research data. Ref2020 and more are increasing the demands on the traditional repository, putting pressure on staff resources and challenging the underlying software.

This webinar will outline these issues as well as look at how the needs and use of repositories may change in the future.

 

Date: Thursday 27 November 2014

Time: 1300 GMT

Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A (up to 60 minutes maximum if there is sufficient demand for an extended Q&A)

SPEAKER:

Chris Keene, Technical Development Manager, University of Sussex Library

As the Library Technical Development Manager, Chris is responsible for planning and delivering online services and initatives. He's interested in how web technologies can be used to help discover and use information, including search tools and bibliographic management. His work includes metadata, storing research outputs and digitalisation. To read more about Chris, please click here.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • An understanding of the issues libraries and Universities are facing regarding institutional repositories
  • An appreciation of the impact of funder OA mandates, REF2020 requirements and research data management
  • An outline of the initiatives to support these developments

Subject level and previous knowledge required:

Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required.

 

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QUERIES:

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