Faculty Self-Archiving Practices: A Case StudyUniversity Libraries Scholarship
Date of Original Version1-1-2009
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Abstract or Table of ContentsFaculty web pages were examined to learn about self-archiving practice at Carnegie Mellon. More faculty are self-archiving their work and more work is being self-archived than expected. However, the distribution of self-archiving activity across the disciplines is not as expected. More faculty self-archive journal articles than other publications, but more conference papers are self-archived than journal articles. Many faculty who self-archive have self-archived fewer than ten publications. A small number of faculty has self-archived most of the work that is available open access from faculty web pages. Significant differences in faculty behavior within departments cannot be explained by disciplinary culture.
Citation InformationDenise Troll Covey. "Faculty Self-Archiving Practices: A Case Study" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/denise_troll_covey/77/