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Undergraduate Research in Institutional Repositories: The Oregon State University Experience Public Deposited

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  • Institutional repositories provide open access to the scholarship and creative works of institutions of higher education throughout the world, most often in the form of faculty-authored journal article post-prints and graduate-level theses and dissertations.The authors share the results of a ten question survey of primary contacts at Oregon State University academic de- partments and programs that have actively encouraged or required students to deposit ap- proved research materials to the ScholarsArchive@OSU institutional repository. The survey asked respondents to describe positives and negatives, and concerns from students and faculty, of making this content available open access in the repository. The authors also describe the usage of undergraduate content from 2007 to 2017 by looking at item downloads, and compare that usage with graduate-level content housed in the repository. The authors articulate the variety of benefits of preserving and making undergraduate research available in the institutional repository.
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