Title of Program

Institutional Repository Policies

Presentation Type

Table Talk

Program Description

Institutional repository development often focuses on identifying the types of content that a library will collect. However, determining the scope of your repository is only the starting point for policy development. The type of content you collect—faculty, student, previously published, unpublished, etc.—will determine what additional policies are necessary to minimize the risk of legal or ethical issues related to the dissemination of that work. This table talk will focus on helping participants identify potential practical, legal, or ethical issues with their content and what policies may be needed to address those issues.

Start Date

21-7-2017 1:30 PM

End Date

21-7-2017 3:00 PM

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Institutional Repository Policies

Institutional repository development often focuses on identifying the types of content that a library will collect. However, determining the scope of your repository is only the starting point for policy development. The type of content you collect—faculty, student, previously published, unpublished, etc.—will determine what additional policies are necessary to minimize the risk of legal or ethical issues related to the dissemination of that work. This table talk will focus on helping participants identify potential practical, legal, or ethical issues with their content and what policies may be needed to address those issues.