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Table Of Contents

1.2 What are digital repositories?
1.3 Open access policies for digital repositories
1.4 Using this guide
2.0 Depositors
3.0 Material
3.1 Deposit requirements
3.2 Metadata
3.3 Conditions about material quality
3.4 Other conditions
Overview: the content deposit process139
4.0 Repository – Depositor Relationship
4.1 Copyright issues
4.1.1 Pre-prints and post-prints: clarifying the issues146
4.1.2 Copyright and conference papers
4.1.3 Moral rights
4.2 Repository Deposit Licences
4.2.1 Power to enter into a Repository Deposit Licence
5.0 End-Users
5.1 Access to the repository
5.2 Scope of rights to use
5.2.1 Repository – End-User Relationship
5.2.2 Author – End-User Relationship
6.0 Technical Considerations
6.1 Software
6.2 Costs
6.3 Uploading material
6.4 Organising material
6.5 Managing the repository
6.6 Ongoing considerations
7.0 Advocacy
8.0 Conclusion
Final checklist for developing open access through your digital repository
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Published by: Pearltrees on Nov 27, 2010
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