Digital Resource Commons: A Case Study in Collaborative Repository Development
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The Ohio Library and Information Network is an organization of 90 Ohio college and university libraries working together to provide the 600,000 students, faculty and staff of Ohio's higher education community with access to research information and resources. OhioLINK and its member libraries provide access to more than 50 million books, electronic journals, audio, video and image materials. By sharing the experiences of the Digital Resource Commons, Davison will assist with determining the issues you need to consider when embarking on a project to host an Institutional Repository. Davison has been the Assistant Director of Library Systems, Digital Resource Development at OhioLINK for the last five years and during that time, they have taken a moribund project and turned it into a nationally recognized, award-winning repository.