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Presentation
Breakout Session: "Management of Repositories: Issues and Concerns"
Law Repositories 2015: Shaping the Future
  • Pamela Brannon, Georgia State University College of Law
  • Kristina Niedringhaus, Georgia State University College of Law
  • Wilhelmina Randtke, Saint Mary's University School of Law
  • Laura Ross, Touro Law Center
  • Deborah Schander, Georgia State University College of Law
  • Jason Sowards, Vanderbilt University Law School
  • Ed Warga, Vanderbilt University
Location
Garden Room, Woodlands Conference Center
Start Date
30-3-2015 11:45 AM
End Date
30-3-2015 12:30 PM
Description

Round table discussions on repository management challenges and opportunities. The session will be coordinated by Georgia State University law librarians Kris Niedringhaus, Deborah Schander and Pam Brannon . Discussion topics include:

  • Repository Staffing – The challenges and benefits of getting the entire library staff involved in the repository projects on an ongoing basis. Laura Ross, Touro Law Center
  • Is a Law-Only Repository Right For Your School? - The pros and cons of having a shared or standalone IR. Making the decision to split off from a university IR, from proposing it to administration, to creating or migrating your content, and educating faculty and other users on the new IR. Kris Neidringhaus, Deborah Schander and Pam Brannon, Georgia State University College of Law
  • Running a Law School IR on Shared Hosting - An overview of a cloud-based open source repository solution including advice about shared hosting accounts and selecting open source software. Wilhelmina Randtke, St. Mary University School of Law
  • Seeking Permissions for Repository Content - An advanced discussion of the copyright clearance process for self-archiving. Ed Warga, Vanderbilt University and Jason Sowards, Vanderbilt Law School

Citation Information
Pamela Brannon, Kristina Niedringhaus, Wilhelmina Randtke, Laura Ross, et al.. "Breakout Session: "Management of Repositories: Issues and Concerns"" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/deborah_schander/14/