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Developing Applied Projects Collections in an Institutional Repository: Challenges & Benefits

Abstract While PhD dissertations are typically accessible many other terminal degree projects remain invisible and inaccessible to a greater audience. Over the past year and a half, librarians at Arizona State University collaborated with faculty and departmental administrators across a variety of fields to develop and create institutional repository collections that highlight and authoritatively share this type of student scholarship with schools, researchers, and future employers. This poster will present the benefits, challenges, and considerations required to successfully implement and manage these collections of applied final projects or capstone projects. Specifically, issues/challenges related to metadata consistency, faculty buy-in, and deve... (more)
Created Date 2017-05-02
Contributor Dyal, Samuel (Author) / Harp, Matt (Author) / Pardon, Kevin (Author)
Subject Libraries / Digital Repositories / Scholarly Communications
Series Digital Initiatives Symposium 2017
Type Mixed Material
Language English
Collaborating Institutions ASU Library
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS

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