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Climbing the scholarly publishing mountain with SHERPA
(UKOLN, 2002-10-10) - Journal article
Lessons in OA Compliance for HE (LOCH) University of St Andrews Case study
(University of St Andrews, 2015-03-24) - Conference item
This is a presentation that was given at FOSTER Open Access: A good practice exchange, in London on the 19th of March 2015. It presents a case study of the efforts ongoing at the University of St Andrews to embed open ...
To scope or not to scope; or what the users Will
(2008-09) - Conference paper
This paper describes services implemented in the webpac (SAULCAT) at the Library at the University of St Andrews to serve specialist user groups. These groups are primarily users of Rare book collections, audiovisual ...
Open Access & the St Andrews Digital Research Repository
(2008-06-02) - Conference item
Presentation outlining the reasons behind why the University of St Andrews Library has developed a Digital Research Repository and the benefits the service can offer to individual academics and the institution
At the centre: a box full of encounters
(University of St Andrews, 2012-07-10) - Conference poster
OR2012 in Scotland coincides with the celebrations for the 600th anniversary of the founding of the University of St Andrews. We describe the shared and collaborative repository infrastructure and services which are being ...
Developing an agenda for institutional e-print archives
(UKOLN, 2001-10-02) - Journal article
Google challenges for academic libraries
(UKOLN, 2006-02-08) - Journal article
John MacColl analyses the reactions many academic libraries are having to the range of tools Google is currently rolling out and outlines a strategy for institutions in the face of such potentially radical developments.
Electronic theses and dissertations: a strategy for the UK
(UKOLN, 2002-07-08) - Journal article
Setting up an institutional e-print archive
(UKOLN, 2002-04-11) - Journal article
Understanding licences: an analysis and evaluation of Creative Commons
(TrustDR, 2007-08) - Report
This paper introduces the basic concepts involved in licences in general and illustrates them with a description of the Creative Commons scheme. It discusses some common concerns and questions regarding the use of these ...