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Articles about repositories or DSpace software:

Carnevale, Dan. "6 Institutions Will Help Fine-Tine a Popular New Archiving Program." The Chronicle of Higher Education (chronicle.com/infotech), Thursday, January 30, 2003.

UofT Markwell J, Brooks DW. "'Link rot' limits the usefulness of web-based educational materials in biochemistry and molecular biology." Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 31 (1): 69-72 Jan-Feb 2003. N

UofT Dellavalle, Robert P. et al. "Going, going, gone: lost Internet references." Science Magazine, October 31st, 2003, p. 787-788. 

"DSpace: Preserving Digital Data for the Ages." HP Labs : News, August 2003.

UofT Marx, Vivien. "In DSpace, Ideas Are Forever." New York Times, Vol. 152 Issue 52564, Section 4A p8 (August 3, 2003). 

Smith, Mackenzie.  "Eternal Bits" IEEE Spectrum, July 2005. 

 

Articles about Increasing Research Impact:

UofT Antelman, Kristin (2004) Do Open Access Articles Have a Greater Research Impact?. College & Research Libraries News 65(5):pp. 372-382.

Cecelia Brown, "The Role of Electronic Preprints in Chemical Communication: Analysis of Citation, Usage, and Acceptance in the Journal Literature," Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 54 (2003): 362-371.

Tim Brody, Heinrich Stamerjohanns, Stevan Harnad, Yves Gringras, Charles Oppenheim, "The Effects of Open Access on Citation Impact."

"The Impact of Open Access Journals: A Citation Study from Thomson ISI" April 15, 2004.

K. Antelman, Do Open-Access Articles Have a Greater Research Impact? College and Research Libraries, 65(5), 372-382, 2004.

C.M Brown, The Role of Electronic Preprints in Chemical Communication: Analysis of Citation, Usage, and Acceptance in the Journal Literature, The Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 54(5), 262-271,  2003.

T. Brody, H. Stamerjohanns, S. Harnad, Y. Gringras, C. Oppenheim, The Effects of Open Access on Citation Impact, http://opcit.eprints.org/feb190a/brody_impact.pdf

E. Broch, Cite Me, Cite My References?,Proceedings of the 24th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 9-13, 2001, New York, N.Y.:Association for Computing Machinery, 446-447, 2001.

S. Harnard & T.Brody, Comparing the Impact of Open Access (OA) vs. Non-OA Articles in the Same Journals, D-Lib Magazine, 10(6), 2004.http://www.dlib.org/dlib/june04/harnad/06harnad.html

The Impact of Open Access Journals: A Citation Study from Thomson ISI, April 15, 2004. http://www.isinet.com/media/presentrep/acropdf/impact-oa-journals.pdf

S. Lawrence, Online or invisible? Nature, 411(6837), 521, 2001.

G.K. Youngen, Citation Patterns to Traditional and Electronic Preprints in the Published Literature, College & Research Libraries 59(5), 448-456, 1998.

 

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