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Guidelines for the creation of institutional repositories at universities and higher education organisations
Gonzalez, Atilio Bustos and Porcel, Antonio Fernandez

PublishedJanuary 2007
Type of workResearch on Institutional Repositories (IRs)
PeriodicalPages 1-32
PublisherALFA Network Babel Library

ABSTRACT
The Institutional Repository (IR) is understood as an information system that collects, preserves, disseminates and provides access to the intellectual and academic output of the university community. Nowadays, the IR is a key tool of the scientific and academic policy of the university.

Keywords creative commons foundation · open access movement · digital learning objects · institutional repositories

Languageeng
RefereedDoes not apply
URLhttp://works.bepress.com/ir_research/18
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