Successful IRs? Rick Anderson 06 Oct 2010 15:39 UTC

Since Stevan hijacked a message I sent to another list and posted his answer
(such as it was) here, I'd like to invite anyone on SERIALST who is
interested in responding to do so as well, either on- or off-list:

1.  Do any of you have what you would consider to be a truly successful
institutional repository program?

2.  If so, why do you consider it successful?

Part of what I'd like to capture in these responses is the range of
definitions of "success."

Rick Anderson

Rick Anderson
Assoc. Dir. for Scholarly Resources & Collections
Marriott Library
Univ. of Utah
Office: (801)587-9989
Cell: (801) 721-1687