How a young university can launch and grow a digital repository
Ms Yeo Pin Pin, Head Scholarly Communication, Singapore Management University; Derrick Duncombe, Elsevier Moderator
About this talk
Learn how SMU, a young university under 50, launched a digital repository back in 2010 and opened their research and scholarship to discovery by the world.
Get tips on how:
(1) to improve the visibility and profile of your institution’s research and scholarly publications
(2) to provide access to full text articles (wherever possible)
(3) to organize the university’s records for research and publications
(4) Repositories discoverability drove some great individual successes for the faculty
SMU’s efforts have been recognized by the National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF), which congratulated SMU for its repository that had a high proportion of NRF-funded publications deposited.
This case study is very useful to better understand the importance of a good repository.
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