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dc.contributor.authorSouthworth, Heidi
dc.contributor.authorMalzacher, Valerie
dc.descriptionColor poster with text describing the efforts of Heidi Southworth and Valerie Malzacher from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls' Chalmer Davee Library to establish a presence for the University in the MINDS@UW project. The poster provides a general overview of institutional repositories and the MINDS@UW project.en
dc.description.abstractIn spring 2005, Chalmer Davee Library took the first steps towards sponsoring a presence for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in the MINDS@UW project. MINDS@UW is a digital institutional repository service that is intended to provide a "safe haven" for published and unpublished electronic content of any discipline and is designed to capture, store, index, distribute and preserve the intellectual output of the university. By August 2005, the Library had posted its first collection to the site. Working in collaboration with the University?s Office of Grants & Research, this first collection consisted of undergraduate student and faculty posters from the 2005 Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Day (RSCA day). Now, the Library is taking the next step towards establishing more collections within the MINDS@UW project and invites you to offer feedback and discuss with us your questions on this exciting new service.en
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dc.subjectUniversity of Wisconsin-River Fallsen
dc.subjectInstitutional repositoriesen
dc.subjectScholarly electronic publishingen
dc.subjectInstitutional repositoryen
dc.subjectLibraries and electronic publishingen
dc.subjectScholarly publishing--Technological innovationsen
dc.subjectChalmer Davee Libraryen
dc.subjectLibraries and scholarsen
dc.subjectDigital librariesen
dc.subjectInformation managementen
dc.titleMINDS@UW: a digital institutional repository serviceen

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