Public Services Quarterly
Open-access institutional repositories have become a reliable and stable medium for sharing scholarly work, advancing research, and elevating an institution’s profile. However, it takes time and effective marketing to gather content, build the repository’s credibility, and attract readership. Here, a handful of successful repository managers share what they have learned from the launch and growth of their repositories.
Taylor & Francis
Schlangen, Maureen E., "Content, Credibility, and Readership: Putting Your Institutional Repository on the Map" (2015). Roesch Library Staff Publications. 1.
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