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In this article, the development of a digital repository is examined, specifically how the focus on acquiring content for the repository has transitioned from faculty-published research to include the gray literature produced by the research centers on campus, including unpublished technical reports and undergraduate research from honors programs. This material has the benefit of fewer copyright restrictions, making acquisition much less problematic. Inclusion in the repository increases the creditability of the research center and provides wider distribution of this often under-recognized research.
Poster presented at the Open Repositories 2007 conference in San Antonio, 23-26 January.
Owen, Terry. “ETDs: A Logical Addition to Your Digital Repository?” NISO Forum on Getting the Most Out of Your Institutional Repository: Gathering Content and Building Use, Beltsville, MD, December 3, 2007.
Owen, Terry. “Acquiring Content: Adding ETDs to Your Digital Repository.” ALCTS Acquisitions Section, American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, June 26-July 2, 2008.
Presentation on author rights given to the faculty of the Computer Science Department at the University of Maryland, 17 October 2008.
Owen, Terry. “Open Access: Entitlement, Opportunity, or Peril.” ALCTS CRS Costs of Continuing Resources in Libraries Interest Group, American Library Association Midwinter Conference, Boston, MA, January 15-19, 2010.
Owen, Terry. “Digital Repositories and the Arts & Humanities.”Guest lecture, LBSC 752 Information Access for the Arts, University of Maryland College of Information Studies, College Park, MD, December 2, 2009.
Owen, Terry. “Digital Repositories.”Guest lecture, LBSC 650 Information Access, University of Maryland College of Information Studies, College Park, MD, May 10 and December 6, 2007.
Owen, Terry. “DRUM: Digital Preservation.” Guest lecture, LBSC 708Q Digital Preservation, University of Maryland College of Information Studies, College Park, MD, April 28, 2010 and April 27, 2011.
2011 Open Access Week workshop presentation on author rights; 24 & 25 October 2011.
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