Publishing and archiving an open access law review: the Marquette Law Review experience
In August, the Marquette Law Review made its 92 years of archives available open access through ePublications@Marquette, the library’s institutional repository. In doing so, the law review gained local control of its archives, created perpetual access, and improved the visibility of its intellectual assets.
Learn from Editor in Chief, Marvin Bynum, why the law review was persuaded to make the move, and from librarian Ann Hanlon, how the library used Digital Commons to support the transition.
This is the first in a series of webinars designed to help Digital Commons users benefit from the knowledge and best practices of the Digital Commons community.
Berkeley Electronic Press, Marvin Bynum, and Ann Hanlon. "Publishing and archiving an open access law review: the Marquette Law Review experience" Digital Commons Subscriber Events. Webinar Event, all times in Pacific Time. Jan. 2010.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ann_hanlon/16