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(English) Towards an Institutional Repository of the Italian National Research Council (Italiano) Per un Institutional repository del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche. Indagine sulle esperienze “Open access” nelle strutture scientifiche dell’Ente

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  • Rosa Di Cesare
  • Daniela Luzi
  • Roberta Ruggeri
  • Loredana Cerbara
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    (English) The paper presents the results of a survey aiming at identifying documentation, organization as well as technological resources that could be the basis for a future development of a CNR IR. The survey makes use of a semi-structured questionnaire submitted to all CNR research units. Results show that, despite a limited number of OAI complaint repository developed under the autonomous initiative of some CNR research units, there is a mature environment for the development of an IR. (Italiano) Il rapporto presenta i risultati di un’indagine che ha lo scopo di individuare le risorse documentarie, organizzative e tecnologiche su cui basare lo sviluppo di un Institutional Repository (IR) del CNR. L’indagine, condotta tramite la somministrazione a tutte le unità di ricerca del CNR di un questionario semi-strutturato, ha mostrato che nell’Ente esiste un ambiente tecnologico e organizzativo maturo per la realizzazione di un archivio aperto, nonostante vi sia un numero limitato di repository sviluppati su iniziativa autonoma delle singole strutture, molti dei quali non compatibili con lo standard OAI.

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    Paper provided by National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies in its series IRPPS Working Papers with number 27:2009.

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    Keywords: (English) Institututional Repository (IR); Open access; Survey (Italiano) Institututional Repository (IR); Accesso aperto; Indagine;

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