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A Campus-based Author-pays OA Publishing Service

Description: Presented at the 2017 NFAIS Open Access Conference. In June 2015 the University of North Texas Libraries launched a for-fee service for publishing works of scholarship from authors affiliated with the university. While authors can choose from a menu of editing and design options, all publications are made free to read online through the institutional repository. Editing and design are carried out by freelancers and vendors, with charges passed on to authors; project management is provided by libraries staff for free. This service is meant to complement the UNT Press, which operates under a traditional university press model. This presentation reflects on the parameters of the service—such as charging authors, delivering publications through the repository, requiring free public access but not Creative Commons licenses, and not organizing peer review or charging for project management—and on what authors have chosen from the menu of options since the service was launched.
Date: October 2, 2017
Creator: Hawkins, Kevin S.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Tracing Our Global Connections: A Bibliographic Analysis of UNT Digital Library Item Usage Among Global ETDs

Description: Presentation at the 20th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations. This presentation provides an overview of a bibliographic analysis of University of North Texas Digital Library items used in global electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs).
Date: August 6, 2017
Creator: Andrews, Pamela; Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw; Harker, Karen & Klein, Janette
Partner: UNT Libraries

Preservation of and Access to Government Information and Data: Accounts from the Field

Description: Video of the panel session "Preservation of and Access to Government Information and Data: Accounts from the Field" for the 2017 Open Access Symposium with presentations on the End of Term Archive, the US Government Publishing Office, the Data Refuge initiative, and the Preservation of Electronic Government Information group.
Date: May 19, 2017
Creator: Phillips, Mark Edward; Walls, David; Janz, Margaret & Laster, Shari
Partner: UNT Libraries

Name Authority Files in the UNT Libraries' Digital Collections

Description: Presentation as part of a panel titled "From Authority Control to Identity Management: Managing--Not Controlling" at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) 2017 annual conference. These slides provide an overview of name authority control in the UNT Libraries' Digital Collections, including authority creation, authority records and their structured data, and entering names in the metadata editing system.
Date: July 17, 2017
Creator: Tarver, Hannah
Partner: UNT Libraries

Campus Pride Report: Summary of UNT Libraries' Collections

Description: This report is the final output of an in-depth evaluation using the Campus Pride Index (CPI) and includes answers to the specific questions in the CPI survey, the full list of call numbers relevant to LGBT subjects, lists of links to LGBT-specific queries of the UNT Libraries catalog, and a list of subjects for which additional resources will be sought.
Date: January 2016
Creator: Condrey, Coby & Harker, Karen
Partner: UNT Libraries

Cooperative Strategies for Distributed Digital Preservation: Toward a Reference Model for Distributed Digital Preservation

Description: Presented at the Coalition of Networked Information (CNI) 2010 Spring Forum. This presentation presents findings from collaborative preservation projects undertaken by the MetaArchive Cooperative and the University of North Texas.
Date: April 13, 2010
Creator: Skinner, Katherine & Halbert, Martin
Partner: UNT Libraries

Aquiline Books at UNT: A Progress Report

Description: Presentation for the 2017 Texas Conference on Institutional Repositories. In June 2015, the UNT Libraries launched a for-fee service for publishing works of scholarship from authors affiliated with the university. While authors can choose from a menu of editing and design options, all publications are made free to read online through the institutional repository. In this presentation, we reflect on our choices in designing the publishing service—such as not organizing peer review, delivering publications through the repository, requiring free public access but not Creative Commons licenses—and on what authors have chosen from the menu of options over the past two years.
Date: June 2, 2017
Creator: Hawkins, Kevin S.
Partner: UNT Libraries