Fwd: UK HE institutional repositories using Eprints

From: Stevan Harnad <amsciforum_at_GMAIL.COM>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 06:36:01 -0500

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From: Sue Ashby <Sue.Ashby -- port.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 4:53 AM
Subject: UK HE institutional repositories using Eprints
To: JISC-REPOSITORIES -- jiscmail.ac.uk

Apologies for cross-posting.

This email is addressed to UK HE libraries which use ?Eprints?
software for their institutional repositories:

Dear all,

Here at the University Library in Portsmouth, we currently have a small
institutional repository using the Eprints software (version 2), but it
is part of the Library?s strategic plan to develop this into a more
comprehensive repository, using Eprints version 3.  To this end, a small
project group including myself has been asked to do some research into
how other comparable institutions run their institutional repositories.

We have had a very useful visit to Bournemouth University, which has
alerted us to relevant issues.

We have now drawn up a list of questions which we would like to address
to any other UK HE libraries using the Eprints software, who would be
willing to provide us with some information about their own practices.

I attach these questions as a Word document.  If you can spare the
time, please answer any or all of these questions, in as much or as
little detail as you wish.  Please then email the document back to me at
sue.ashby_at_port.ac.uk by 15th January 2010, and if you are prepared to
include additionally any of your own in-house documentation, we would be
immensely grateful.

With many thanks in advance for your help.

Sue Ashby
Deputy Technical Services Manager
Portsmouth University Library
Cambridge Road

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