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A204 Institutional Repositories

Tuesday, April 9, 2013
2:30 PM 3:15 PM
, Access Services Librarian, Yale Law Library
, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Goodson Law Library, Duke University

Duke and Yale Law schools have two of the most successful open access online institutional repositories in North America. Delivering more than 12,000 objects and 2-million-plus downloads to a global audience, the Yale Law School Legal Repository and the Duke Law Scholarship Repository are turning into indispensable resources for scholars and practitioners across the world. Join our speakers to hear how these two law schools are using their repositories to extend the global reach of their scholarship, and enhance their value within the academic community. Topics include platforms, permissions, staffing, workflows, outreach, and publicity.






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