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"...this up-to-date, clear and well-written primer provides a practical perspective on key aspects of digital repositories and what librarians and archivists need to be thinking about as they plan to ingest new content."--The Australian Library Journal,Vol. 63, No. 2, 2014Reseña del editor:
Summary: Universities are under pressure to make their research output more accessible, both from government funding and policy guidelines. Academic libraries have traditionally played an important role by exposing research output through a predominantly institution-based digital repository, with a focus on storing published works. New publishing paradigms are emerging today, with a focus on research data, huge volumes of which are being generated globally. Repositories are the natural home for managing, storing and describing institutional research data. New Content in Digital Repositories explores the new types of content being stored in institutional repositories with a focus on research data, creative works, and the interesting challenges they pose in areas such as metadata, persistent identifiers, and software and exchange protocols. Chapters in this title cover: repository software; metadata; exchange protocols; research data; persistent identifiers; solving name ambiguity; and reporting tools and applications. Readership: Information Professionals, particularly repository managers and metadata librarians, and academic library managers. About the authors: Natasha Simons is Senior Project Manager in the Division of Information Services at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. She has managed the Griffith Research Hub project, in addition to other projects funded by the Australian National Data Service. Previously, Natasha worked at the National Library of Australia in a variety of roles, including Manager of Australian Research Online. Natasha is a member of the Council of Australian University Librarians Research Advisory Committee. Joanna Richardson is Library Strategy Adviser in the Division of Information Services at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Previously she was responsible for scholarly content and discovery services including repositories, procurement, research publications and resource discovery. Joanna has also worked as an Information Technology Librarian in university libraries in both North America and Australia, and has been a lecturer in library and information science. Recent publications have been centred on resource discovery and research data management frameworks. Contents: Introduction; New content types in repositories; Developing and training repository teams; Metadata schemas and standards for diverse resources; Persistent identifiers for research data and authors; Research data: the new gold; Exposing and sharing repository content; Selecting repository software; Repository statistics and altmetrics; Conclusion
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