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Margaret E. Phillips describes the economics of PANDORA, Australia’s web archive and concludes that increasing sophistication of Web archiving technology will lower unit costs over time.
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Kristin Antelman looks at the self-archiving behaviour of authors publishing in leading journals in six social science disciplines. It tests the hypothesis that authors are self-archiving according to the norms of their respective disciplines rather than following self-archiving policies of publishers, and that, as a result, they are self-archiving significant numbers of publisher PDF versions. It finds significant levels of self-archiving, as well as significant self-archiving of the publisher PDF version, in all the disciplines investigated. (Learned Publishing 19(2) p.85-95 2006)
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Stephen Pinfield, Mike Gardner and John MacColl outline some of the practical issues involved in setting up an OAI-compliant e-print archive. Ariadne, 31, March-April 2002.
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Prepared by Raym Crow, this is a practical guide for universities for preserving and archiving the digital output of faculty and students.
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Raym Crow has written a comprehensive guide on establishing an institutional repository.
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