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UKSG Managing Open Access: London | Managing OA: pain points and workflows | University of St Andrews: Case study
(University of St Andrews Library, 2014-05-20) - Conference item,
This is the presentation delivered at a seminar in London 20 May 2014 Managing OA: pain points and workflows. Along with other stakeholders, St Andrews presented its case study on the OA model and impact on processes and ...
The emerging role of institutional CRIS in facilitating Open Scholarship
(University of St Andrews, 2015-06-24) - Conference item,
Presented at LIBER 2015 24-26 June, London. This paper and presentation describe the evolution of institutional CRIS (Current Research Information Systems) from their traditional role as a tool managed by the Research ...
LOCH Pathfinder project: University of St Andrews case study | A year in the life of Open Access support: continuous improvement at University of St Andrews
(University of St Andrews Library, 2015-04-03) - Report,
This case study is a St Andrews contribution to the 2-year Jisc Pathfinder project Lessons in Open Access Compliance in Higher Education (LOCH), joint with the University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt. It describes how St ...
The University Library as Publisher | UKSG Webinar 29 October 2014
(University of St Andrews Library, 2014-10-29) - Conference item,
This is the presentation delivered on 29 October 2014 as part of the UK Serials Group-organised webinar The University Library as Publisher lead by St Andrews and the University of Edinburgh. The aim was to share experience ...
HaIRST project report.
(Library and Information Services, University of St Andrews, 2004) - Report,
The HaIRST (Harvesting Institutional Resources in Scotland Testbed) project commenced at Strathclyde University in 2002 and aims to ‘investigate the deposit, disclosure and discovery of institutional resources in the JISC ...
Using IRUS-UK to check repository health
(University of St Andrews, 2015-03-09) - Conference item,
This is a presentation that was given as part of the Joint Information Services Committee (Jisc) Digital Festival (Digifest 2015) 9-10 March, ICC Birmingham. It details the repository infrastructure, history of IRUS-UK ...