Researchers' attitude to using institutional repositories : a case study of the Oslo University Institutional Repository (DUO)
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Institutional Repositories (IRs) have been considered one of the disseminating and preserving method for scholarly research publications. However, the success of IR is dependent on the contribution of researchers and faculty members. In order to investigate researchers' attitudes and their contribution to the Institutional repository a survey was conducted by taking 43 researchers as a sample study at the University of Oslo. The findings indicated that researchers were found to have a low level awareness of the Institutional repository but were interested in contributing their research work to the university institutional repository and have a positive attitude towards providing free access to scholarly research results of the University of Oslo.
Joint Master Degree in Digital Library Learning (DILL)
PublisherHøgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for journalistikk, bibliotek- og informasjonsfag
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