The assessment was conducted via interviews with eight repository managers – six of whom manage TDL-hosted DSpace repositories. The goal of the project was to elucidate patterns and understandings of the usage of TDL’s repositories, which are vital in disseminating information in a free, open, and accessible manner.
Emily’s work over the three-month project elucidated consistent patterns across university repositories. The report linked below names a few of these patterns, as well as notes how some institutions might improve usage by and outreach to students and faculty.
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