Developing a model for e‐prints and open access journal content in UK further and higher education

@article{Swan2005DevelopingAM,
  title={Developing a model for e‐prints and open access journal content in UK further and higher education},
  author={Alma Swan and Paul Needham and Steve G. Probets and Adrienne Muir and Charles Oppenheim and Ann O'Brien and Rachel Hardy and Fytton Rowland and Sheridan Brown},
  journal={Learned Publishing},
  year={2005},
  volume={18}
}
A study carried out for the UK Joint Information Systems Committee examined models for the provision of access to material in institutional and subject‐based archives and in open access journals. Their relative merits were considered, addressing not only technical concerns but also how e‐print provision (by authors) can be achieved – an essential factor for an effective e‐print delivery service (for users). A ‘harvesting’ model is recommended, where the metadata of articles deposited in… 
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