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The NIH Mandate One Year On: How Are Libraries Responding?
(East Carolina University, 2009)
About one year ago, the landmark National Institutes of Health Public Access Policy began requiring authors who receive NIH funding to deposit final versions of their accepted manuscripts to NIH’s PubMed Central database. ...
Open Access for Online Scholarship: The Beginnings of Institutional Repositories in North Carolina
(East Carolina University, 2007)
This article surveys the current state of institutional repositories in North Carolina.
Open Access (Review)
No Shelf Required 2 (Review)
The Structure of Scholarly Communications within Academic Libraries
Academic libraries often define their administrative structure according to services they offer, including research services, acquisitions, cataloging and metadata, and so on. Scholarly Communications is something of a ...
Library Management Tips that Work (Review)
Book review of Carol Smallwood's Library Management Tips that Work (ALA, 2011).
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Data Migration: a Case Study with ECU
In 2016, East Carolina University sought a user-friendly, innovative system for faculty activity reporting to replace their current technology. Although their requirements were straightforward—integration with institutional ...
Author Impact Measures in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Author impact metrics were collected from approximately 2000 academic research faculty in 257 accredited universities in the US and Canada. Three databases (Scopus, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate) were utilized. Indices ...
Student Use of Library-Provided Materials in EdD Dissertations
One of the tools collection managers can use to guide the selection and retention of books and journals is citation analysis. Although time-consuming to collect and analyze, citations by library ...