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Zoekopdracht: faculteit: "UvA" en publicatiejaar: "2001"

AuteursM. van Bentum, R. Brandsma, T. Place, H. Roes
TitelReclaiming academic output through university archive servers
TijdschriftNew Review of Information Networking
Instituut/afd.UvA: Universiteitsbibliotheek
SamenvattingIn September 2000 the Dutch ARNO (Academic Research in the Netherlands Online) project was started. This project is funded by the Dutch equivalent of the UK eLib program, IWI, and is carried out mainly by library staff of the University of Twente, the University of Amsterdam and Tilburg University. The project is scheduled to run up until September 2002. The project's intermediate goal is to design and establish university archive servers, which store each university's academic output. This output can range from educational materials to research reports, theses and dissertations, as well as articles published in regular scholarly journals. The ultimate objective is to make this output freely accessible to the academic community in support of research and education. ARNO archive servers will be interoperable by complying with the Open Archives Initiative standard.

This article first gives some background information on the project. The following section reports intermediate results of one of the core work packages, which identifies conditions for author participation and aims to design strategies to convince academic staff to make their output available through archive servers. Next the technical development of the ARNO archive servers is described. Finally, research on possibilities for connecting peer review with archive servers and interoperability with publishing workflow processes will be described. It should be stressed that work on ARNO is still in progress and that this article reports on intermediate results only. Future developments can be monitored on the project's website.
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