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Presentation
Engineering a New Home: Creating a Repository Collection for Faculty AND Building a Larger Digital Presence for the School of Engineering
University Libraries Presentations
  • Lauren Todd, Washington University in St Louis
  • Emily Symonds Stenberg, Washington University in St Louis
Publication Date
11-6-2015
ORCID

Emily Symonds Stenberg, http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6665-5769

Description
This talk is an expanded version of one given at the 2015 MOBIUS conference. Washington University librarians Emily Stenberg and Lauren Todd explain how they created and manage a collection in the university’s repository Open Scholarship for the Computer Science and Engineering department. This presentation will highlight how they developed a step-by-step workflow, addressed customization requests from the department, what really happened once that plan was implemented, and how they handle Bepress troubleshooting and faculty concerns. The presenters will also discuss how this project has helped them offer Open Scholarship as a service to other engineering faculty.
Keywords
  • library collaboration,
  • workflow,
  • Digital Commons,
  • institutional repository,
  • technical reports
Comments

Presentation at 2015 Brick and Click Libraries Conference, November 6, 2015, Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville, MO)

Filename
BNCEngineeringaNewHome_slides.pdf
Citation Information
Lauren Todd and Emily Symonds Stenberg. "Engineering a New Home: Creating a Repository Collection for Faculty AND Building a Larger Digital Presence for the School of Engineering" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/emily-stenberg/5/