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About the Virginia Tech April 16, 2007, Condolence Archives of the University Libraries (2007-2011)
This document describes the history of the April 16, 2007, Condolence Archives collection, including the efforts by staff and volunteers to archive the tens of thousands of items donated to the university in response to ...
Digital Knowledge Repositories: What the 2015 ETD Survey Reveals
On Nov. 3, 2015, international speakers participated in the DELNET (Developing Library Network) Panel Discussion on "Digital Knowledge Repositories: Emerging Issues, Trends and Technologies" at the India International ...
Open Licensing for Library-Created Content: A Report for the University Libraries at Virginia Tech
(Virginia Tech, 2016-06-17)
Library Council, the governing body of the University Libraries at Virginia Tech, commissioned creation of a task force to identify problems and propose solutions regarding the sharing and reuse of content created by the ...
(Virginia Tech Libraries, 2017-02-01)
Presented Feb. 1, 2017, these slides were created to facilitate a discussion about many aspects of scholarly communication at the request of Dr. Patrick Miller for the PhD colloquium in the Architecture and Design Research ...
Open Access: Scholarly Communication
These slides were prepared for the Virginia Tech Graduate Student Assembly to introduce them to Open Access (OA) in general.
Scholarly Communications Project Annual Report for July 1, 1994 - June 30, 1995
(Virginia Tech Libraries, 1995)
Scholarly Communications and Special Collections Annual Report for 1996/97
(Virginia Tech Libraries, 1997)
<p>Both units of this department focused on improving user access to unique materials or publications otherwise only available in paper. This lead not only to increased interaction with external library users, but also to ...
Digital Library and Archives Annual Report 1998/1999
(Virginia Tech Libraries, 1999)
Digital Library and Archives Annual Report 2000/2001
(Virginia Tech Libraries, 2001)
Do Open Access Electronic Theses and Dissertations Diminish Publishing Opportunities in the Social Sciences and Humanities?
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2012-04)
An increasing number of higher education institutions worldwide are requiring submission of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) by graduate students and are subsequently providing open access to these works in online ...