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SUNY's Digital Repositories and Open Access
State University of New York's Office of Library and Information Services and librarians from the four SUNY university centers are working together to explore opportunities for collaboration in their efforts to utilize ...
Open Access and SUNY: How New Forms of Publication are Transforming Scholarly Communication
This document provides an overview of the open access movement as part of 21st century reforms to scholarly communication and publication. Open access journals and digital repositories are discussed. Current SUNY-wide ...
Institutional Repositories, Open Access and Related Topics: A Bibliography
A bibliography of resources related to institutional repositories, open access and other current trends related to scholarly communication.
Analysis of Institutional Repositories vis-à-vis The State University of New York
This document provides an overview of the trend towards institutional repositories as a partial answer to what scholarly communication should look like in the 21st century. Issues related to policy setting, governance, ...
NIH Open Access Mandate and Implications for SUNY Researchers
This paper provides an overview of the National Institutes of Health public access policy. The NIH mandate requires researchers receiving NIH funding to submit their peer-reviewed, edited manuscripts to NIH's digital ...
The Role of a SUNY-wide Digital Repository in Improving Scholarly Communication
A draft presentation geared for a library audience dealing with the issues of open access journals, digital repositories and scholarly communication. Information is provided in regards to a SUNY-wide repository.
SUNY Digital Repository: An Overview
Faculty Participation in Open Archives: A Discussion
Presentation for Conference on Instructional Technology (2006). Introductory information on open archives, open access journals, and repositories with an emphasis on issues related to author's rights and faculty participation ...
SUNY and Ongoing Changes to Scholarly Communication
Methods of communicating scholarly works are in flux. New technological capabilities and changes to the business of publishing are some of the trends affecting this change. Two SUNY responses to these changes will be ...