International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories, 2016 Edition

International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories, 2016 Edition

The study presents data  and commentary from 37 institutional digital repositories worldwide including but not limited to: Johns Hopkins University, the Association of European Research Libraries, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, OECD, Rutgers University, University College Dublin, Iowa State University, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Oregon State University, the World Bank, the University of Seville, Qatar University, Montana State University, Utrecht University and the University of Canterbury, among others. The 150+ page study presents detailed data on budgets and spending, man hours devoted to the repository, revenue generation and fees, access policies & content viewing restrictions, levels of cooperation from faculty and parent institution staff, marketing, cataloging, downloads and other user statistics, ePublishing & peer review efforts, and much else of interest to library staff and suppliers interested in repositories, content distribution & publishing and open access.  Just a few of the report’s many findings are that: The digital repositories in the sample were operational for 5.18 years on average, with a maximum of 16 years;  About 86% of repositories sampled do not charge users a fee in any form; none of those charging a fee were educational institutions; Level 1 or Level 2 Carnegie Class Research Universities in the sample (and their equivalents outside of the USA) had a mean of 1,104,140 downloads in the past year;  For US-based repositories, 27% of downloads came from countries other than the US itself or Canada;  In  case of BA or MA Granting Institutions less than half (43%) of the repository downloads come outside the parent institution, while for other types of educational institutions at least 76% on average comes from outside the parent institution; Non-US repositories sampled experienced higher increases ($16,562 on average) in their repository budgets than their US counterparts ($5,006).


THE QUESTIONNAIRE
PARTICIPANTS LIST
Characteristics of the Sample
SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS
Volume of Data Housed in the Repository
Operational Experience of the Digital Repositories
Effectiveness of Emailing to Faculty and Others
Link to the College Library Website
Presence in Other Social Media
Brochure of the Institutional Repository
Annual Report of the Institutional Repository
Presence on Facebook
Presence on Twitter
Number of Press Releases Sent about or from the Repository
Marketing Efforts to Internal and External Users
Fees of Institutional Repositories
Connections with Other Institutional Repositories
Revenue from Consulting Services to Other Repositories
Licensing Content of the Repository
Number of Unique Visitors
Number of Depository Downloads
Percentage of Downloads from the USA
On average, 31% of repository downloads come from within the USA. The range is between 0 and 95 percent. For US based repositories, about 52% of the downloads come from within the USA, while for non-US repositories, this figure was 8.5%.
Percentage of Downloads from Canada
Percentage of Downloads from Countries Other than the USA & Canada
Repository Downloads from Within the Parent Institution
Repository Downloads from Outside the Parent Institution
Current Trends of Repository Downloads
Growth Rate of Repository Usage
Approach of Compiling, Distributing and Publicizing Repository Download Statistics
Availability of Peer Review Network
Dissemination of Proposed Article to Peer Review Network
Availability of E-publishing Program
Becoming Publishers
Annual Budget of the Digital Repository
Change in Spending on the Digital Repository 2014-2015
Change in Spending on the Digital Repository 2015-2016
Expected Change in Spending on Digital Repository 2016-2017
Required Man/Hours to Operate and Market Digital Repository
Impact of Digital Repository on Institution's Overall Online Presence
Percentage of Skilled Labor from Library
Percentage of Skilled Labor from Academic Departments
Percentage of Skilled Labor from Information Technology Departments
Percentage of Skilled Labor from Other Departments or Entities
Percentage of Faculty Journal Articles Archived in Repository
Percentage of Journal Articles with Full Open Access
Percentage of Journal Articles with Restriction to a Page View Limit
Percentage of Journal Articles with Restriction to an Institution or Limited Group of Institutions
Funding Sources for the Digital Repository
Spending of Grant Money
Cataloging Approach of Digital Repositories
Table 1.1 How many total terabytes of data are housed in your repository?
Table 1.2 How many total terabytes of data are housed in your repository? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 1.3 How many total terabytes of data are housed in your repository? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 1.4 How many total terabytes of data are housed in your repository? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 1.5 How many total terabytes of data are housed in your repository? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 1.6 How many total terabytes of data are housed in your repository? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 2.1 How long (in years) has the digital repository been in operation?
Table 2.2 How long (in years) has the digital repository been in operation? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 2.3 How long (in years) has the digital repository been in operation? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 2.4 How long (in years) has the digital repository been in operation? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 2.5 How long (in years) has the digital repository been in operation? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 2.6 How long (in years) has the digital repository been in operation? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
What was the rate that recipients opened the last emailing by the repository to faculty and others on the repository email list? (The "open" rate divided the number of emails by the number of emails opened.) Broken out by institution type.
Table 3 Does your institutional repository have any of the following (check all that apply)
Table 3.1.1 Does your institutional repository have a link to the college library website?
Table 3.1.2 Does your institutional repository have a link to the college library website? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 3.1.3 Does your institutional repository have a link to the college library website? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 3.1.4 Does your institutional repository have a link to the college library website? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 3.1.5 Does your institutional repository have a link to the college library website? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 3.1.6 Does your institutional repository have a link to the college library website? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 3.2.1 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Instagram?
Table 3.3.1 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Flickr?
Table 3.4.1 Does your institutional repository have a presence on YouTube?
Table 3.5.1 Does your institutional repository have Its own blog?
Table 3.5.2 Does your institutional repository have its own blog? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 3.5.3 Does your institutional repository have its own blog? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 3.5.4 Does your institutional repository have its own blog? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 3.5.5 Does your institutional repository have its own blog? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 3.5.6 Does your institutional repository have its own blog? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 3.6.1 Does your institutional repository have a brochure?
Table 3.6.2 Does your institutional repository have a brochure? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 3.6.3 Does your institutional repository have a brochure? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 3.6.4 Does your institutional repository have a brochure? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 3.6.5 Does your institutional repository have a brochure? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 3.6.6 Does your institutional repository have a brochure? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 3.7.1 Does your institutional repository have a published annual report?
Table 3.7.2 Does your institutional repository have a published annual report? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 3.7.3 Does your institutional repository have a published annual report? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 3.7.4 Does your institutional repository have a published annual report? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 3.7.5 Does your institutional repository have a published annual report? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 3.7.6 Does your institutional repository have a published annual report? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 3.8.1 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Facebook?
Table 3.8.2 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Facebook? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 3.8.3 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Facebook? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 3.8.4 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Facebook? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 3.8.5 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Facebook? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 3.8.6 Does your institutional repository have a presence on Facebook? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 3.9.1 Does your institutional repository have a Twitter feed for the repository?
Table 3.9.2 Does your institutional repository have a Twitter feed for the repository? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 3.9.3 Does your institutional repository have a Twitter feed for the repository? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 3.9.4 Does your institutional repository have a Twitter feed for the repository? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 3.9.5 Does your institutional repository have a Twitter feed for the repository? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 3.9.6 Does your institutional repository have a Twitter feed for the repository? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 4.1 How many press releases about or from the repository did the library send out in the past year?
Table 4.2 How many press releases about or from the repository did the library send out in the past year? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 4.3 How many press releases about or from the repository did the library send out in the past year? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 4.4 How many press releases about or from the repository did the library send out in the past year? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 4.5 How many press releases about or from the repository did the library send out in the past year? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 4.6 How many press releases about or from the repository did the library send out in the past year? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Describe how you market the repository both to internal and external users. Have you used search engine optimization techniques? What about your site linking strategy. Your press release efforts? Outreach at conferences? Etc. Broken out by institution type.
Table 5.1 Does the repository charge and form or fee at any time for any articles or downloads, including charges aimed only at cost recovery?
Table 5.2 Does the repository charge and form or fee at any time for any articles or downloads, including charges aimed only at cost recovery? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 5.3 Does the repository charge and form or fee at any time for any articles or downloads, including charges aimed only at cost recovery? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 5.4 Does the repository charge and form or fee at any time for any articles or downloads, including charges aimed only at cost recovery? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 5.5 Does the repository charge and form or fee at any time for any articles or downloads, including charges aimed only at cost recovery? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 5.6 Does the repository charge and form or fee at any time for any articles or downloads, including charges aimed only at cost recovery? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
If so, what were the total revenues of the repository in the past year from subscription-based or per transaction access or sales? Broken out by institution type.
Has the repository formed reciprocal access, development or marketing arrangements with any other digital repository? Broken out by institution type.
Table 6.1 Has the repository garnered any revenue over the past three years in providing consulting services to any other repository or library unit of institutions other than your own?
Table 6.2 Has the repository garnered any revenue over the past three years in providing consulting services to any other repository or library unit of institutions other than your own? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 6.3 Has the repository garnered any revenue over the past three years in providing consulting services to any other repository or library unit of institutions other than your own? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 6.4 Has the repository garnered any revenue over the past three years in providing consulting services to any other repository or library unit of institutions other than your own? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 6.5 Has the repository garnered any revenue over the past three years in providing consulting services to any other repository or library unit of institutions other than your own? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 6.6 Has the repository garnered any revenue over the past three years in providing consulting services to any other repository or library unit of institutions other than your own? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 7.1 Has the repository concluded any agreements over the past three years to license its content to others?
Table 7.2 Has the repository concluded any agreements over the past three years to license its content to others? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 7.3 Has the repository concluded any agreements over the past three years to license its content to others? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 7.4 Has the repository concluded any agreements over the past three years to license its content to others? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 7.5 Has the repository concluded any agreements over the past three years to license its content to others? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 7.6 Has the repository concluded any agreements over the past three years to license its content to others? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
If so please describe the nature of these arrangements and how you expect licensing to develop in the future. Broken out by institution type.
Table 8.1 Approximately how many unique visitors has the repository website or web page received in the past year? Note: if the statistics that you have are for less than one year indicate the length of the time period that they are for
Table 8.2 Approximately how many unique visitors has the repository website or web page received in the past year? Note: if the statistics that you have are for less than one year indicate the length of the time period that they are for Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 8.3 Approximately how many unique visitors has the repository website or web page received in the past year? Note: if the statistics that you have are for less than one year indicate the length of the time period that they are for Broken out by Enrollment
Table 8.4 Approximately how many unique visitors has the repository website or web page received in the past year? Note: if the statistics that you have are for less than one year indicate the length of the time period that they are for Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 8.5 Approximately how many unique visitors has the repository website or web page received in the past year? Note: if the statistics that you have are for less than one year indicate the length of the time period that they are for Broken out by Public or private status
Table 8.6 Approximately how many unique visitors has the repository website or web page received in the past year? Note: if the statistics that you have are for less than one year indicate the length of the time period that they are for Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 9.1 If the repository allows direct downloads approximately how many downloads of articles or other materials occurred within the past year?
Table 9.2 If the repository allows direct downloads approximately how many downloads of articles or other materials occurred within the past year? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 9.3 If the repository allows direct downloads approximately how many downloads of articles or other materials occurred within the past year? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 9.4 If the repository allows direct downloads approximately how many downloads of articles or other materials occurred within the past year? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 9.5 If the repository allows direct downloads approximately how many downloads of articles or other materials occurred within the past year? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 9.6 If the repository allows direct downloads approximately how many downloads of articles or other materials occurred within the past year? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 10 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from the following sources: Remember that we are looking for a percentage of the total so that the answers for specific selections should always be between 0 and 100%. The total of all selections should add to 100%.
Table 10.1.1 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within the United States?
Table 10.1.2 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within the United States? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 10.1.3 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within the United States? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 10.1.4 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within the United States? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 10.1.5 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within the United States? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 10.1.6 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within the United States? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 10.2.1 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from Canada?
Table 10.2.2 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from Canada? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 10.2.3 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from Canada? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 10.2.4 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from Canada? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 10.2.5 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from Canada? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 10.2.6 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from Canada? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 10.3.1 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from other foreign countries?
Table 10.3.2 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from other foreign countries? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 10.3.3 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from other foreign countries? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 10.3.4 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from other foreign countries? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 10.3.5 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from other foreign countries? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 10.3.6 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from other foreign countries? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 11 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from the following sources: Remember that we are looking for a percentage of the total so that the answer should always be between 0 and 100%. The total should add to 100%
Table 11.1.1 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within your Institution?
Table 11.1.2 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within your Institution? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 11.1.3 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within your Institution? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 11.1.4 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within your Institution? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 11.1.5 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within your Institution? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 11.1.6 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from within your Institution? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 11.2.1 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from outside your Institution?
Table 11.2.2 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from outside your Institution? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 11.2.3 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from outside your Institution? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 11.2.4 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from outside your Institution? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 11.2.5 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from outside your Institution? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 11.2.6 What percentage of downloads from the repository come from outside your Institution? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Comment on trends in the downloading of materials from your repository. Are downloads increasing in a particular subject area? For a particular part of the world or from certain types of institutions? We are particularly interested in the trend in downloads from scholars and educators in developing countries. Broken out by institution type.
In the past year what has been the growth rate in the overall use of the digital repository measured by the indicator most useful to you in your personal planning? (i.e. - downloads, pages viewed, site visits, etc.) Broken out by institution type.
Describe your philosophy on how you compile, distribute and publicize your repository download statistics? How detailed is your data? How great an effort do you make to get them out to authors? To end users? How do they promote the interests of your institution? Broken out by institution type.
Table 12.1 Has the repository, alone or in concert with others, established any form of peer review network?
Table 12.2 Has the repository, alone or in concert with others, established any form of peer review network? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 12.3 Has the repository, alone or in concert with others, established any form of peer review network? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 12.4 Has the repository, alone or in concert with others, established any form of peer review network? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 12.5 Has the repository, alone or in concert with others, established any form of peer review network? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 12.6 Has the repository, alone or in concert with others, established any form of peer review network? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 13.1 Does the repository send out any proposed articles to a peer review network maintained by the repository or by one or more academic institutions?
Table 13.2 Does the repository send out any proposed articles to a peer review network maintained by the repository or by one or more academic institutions? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 13.3 Does the repository send out any proposed articles to a peer review network maintained by the repository or by one or more academic institutions? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 13.4 Does the repository send out any proposed articles to a peer review network maintained by the repository or by one or more academic institutions? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 13.5 Does the repository send out any proposed articles to a peer review network maintained by the repository or by one or more academic institutions? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 13.6 Does the repository send out any proposed articles to a peer review network maintained by the repository or by one or more academic institutions? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 14.1 Does the repository have an e-publishing program through which it publishes monographs or books in either a print or digital format (or both) that might not have been initially published elsewhere?
Table 14.2 Does the repository have an e-publishing program through which it publishes monographs or books in either a print or digital format (or both) that might not have been initially published elsewhere? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 14.3 Does the repository have an e-publishing program through which it publishes monographs or books in either a print or digital format (or both) that might not have been initially published elsewhere? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 14.4 Does the repository have an e-publishing program through which it publishes monographs or books in either a print or digital format (or both) that might not have been initially published elsewhere? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 14.5 Does the repository have an e-publishing program through which it publishes monographs or books in either a print or digital format (or both) that might not have been initially published elsewhere? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 14.6 Does the repository have an e-publishing program through which it publishes monographs or books in either a print or digital format (or both) that might not have been initially published elsewhere? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Describe the repository's attitude towards becoming an actual publisher. Does it plan to publish its own open access journals? Has it taken measures to organize peer review councils or editorial staff or other measures associated with academic publishing? Broken out by institution type.
Table 15.1 How much has the college or library allocated for the annual budget of the digital repository, its operation and marketing? Do not include money spent to start up the repository except those expenditures that the library logically expects to spend every year to run the repository. Include spending for relevant licenses, conferences, publications, telecommunications, marketing, appeals to faculty, etc. Include personnel costs only for positions that are largely dedicated to the repository. (in $ US)
Table 15.2 How much has the college or library allocated for the annual budget of the digital repository, its operation and marketing? Do not include money spent to start up the repository except those expenditures that the library logically expects to spend every year to run the repository. Include spending for relevant licenses, conferences, publications, telecommunications, marketing, appeals to faculty, etc. Include personnel costs only for positions that are largely dedicated to the repository. Broken out by USA and Non USA (in $ US)
Table 15.3 How much has the college or library allocated for the annual budget of the digital repository, its operation and marketing? Do not include money spent to start up the repository except those expenditures that the library logically expects to spend every year to run the repository. Include spending for relevant licenses, conferences, publications, telecommunications, marketing, appeals to faculty, etc. Include personnel costs only for positions that are largely dedicated to the repository. Broken out by Enrollment (in $ US)
Table 15.4 How much has the college or library allocated for the annual budget of the digital repository, its operation and marketing? Do not include money spent to start up the repository except those expenditures that the library logically expects to spend every year to run the repository. Include spending for relevant licenses, conferences, publications, telecommunications, marketing, appeals to faculty, etc. Include personnel costs only for positions that are largely dedicated to the repository. Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution (in $ US)
Table 15.5 How much has the college or library allocated for the annual budget of the digital repository, its operation and marketing? Do not include money spent to start up the repository except those expenditures that the library logically expects to spend every year to run the repository. Include spending for relevant licenses, conferences, publications, telecommunications, marketing, appeals to faculty, etc. Include personnel costs only for positions that are largely dedicated to the repository. Broken out by Public or private status (in $ US)
Table 15.6 How much has the college or library allocated for the annual budget of the digital repository, its operation and marketing? Do not include money spent to start up the repository except those expenditures that the library logically expects to spend every year to run the repository. Include spending for relevant licenses, conferences, publications, telecommunications, marketing, appeals to faculty, etc. Include personnel costs only for positions that are largely dedicated to the repository. Broken out by Annual Tuition, $ (in $ US)
Table 16 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in the following years:
Table 16.1.1 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2014-15?
Table 16.1.2 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2014-15? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 16.1.3 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2014-15? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 16.1.4 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2014-15? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 16.1.5 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2014-15? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 16.1.6 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2014-15? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 16.2.1 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2015-16?
Table 16.2.2 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2015-16? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 16.2.3 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2015-16? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 16.2.4 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2015-16? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 16.2.5 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2015-16? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 16.2.6 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2015-16? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 16.3.1 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2016-17 (expected)?
Table 16.3.2 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2016-17 (expected)? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 16.3.3 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2016-17 (expected)? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 16.3.4 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2016-17 (expected)? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 16.3.5 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2016-17 (expected)? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 16.3.6 What was the rate of change in spending on the digital repository in 2016-17 (expected)? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 17.1 Approximately how many man hours per year of librarian and librarian technical labor is required to operate and market the digital repository? (One full time person would be about 1800 man hours per year)
Table 17.2 Approximately how many man hours per year of librarian and librarian technical labor is required to operate and market the digital repository? (One full time person would be about 1800 man hours per year) Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 17.3 Approximately how many man hours per year of librarian and librarian technical labor is required to operate and market the digital repository? (One full time person would be about 1800 man hours per year) Broken out by Enrollment
Table 17.4 Approximately how many man hours per year of librarian and librarian technical labor is required to operate and market the digital repository? (One full time person would be about 1800 man hours per year) Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 17.5 Approximately how many man hours per year of librarian and librarian technical labor is required to operate and market the digital repository? (One full time person would be about 1800 man hours per year) Broken out by Public or private status
Table 17.6 Approximately how many man hours per year of librarian and librarian technical labor is required to operate and market the digital repository? (One full time person would be about 1800 man hours per year) Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Has the library done any research on the impact of the digital repository on the citation rate of journal articles in the repository? If so what has it discovered? Broken out by institution type.
In general what has been the impact of the digital repository on your institution's overall online presence? Broken out by institution type.
Table 18 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from the following sources: (total must add to 100%)
Table 18.1.1 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from library?
Table 18.1.2 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from library? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 18.1.3 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from library? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 18.1.4 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from library? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 18.1.5 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from library? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 18.1.6 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from library? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 18.2.1 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from academic departments?
Table 18.2.2 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from academic departments? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 18.2.3 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from academic departments? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 18.2.4 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from academic departments? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 18.2.5 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from academic departments? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 18.2.6 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from academic departments? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 18.3.1 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from information technology oriented administrative departments?
Table 18.3.2 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from information technology oriented administrative departments? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 18.3.3 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from information technology oriented administrative departments? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 18.3.4 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from information technology oriented administrative departments? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 18.3.5 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from information technology oriented administrative departments? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 18.3.6 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from information technology oriented administrative departments? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 18.4.1 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from other departments or entities?
Table 18.4.2 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from other departments or entities? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 18.4.3 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from other departments or entities? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 18.4.4 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from other departments or entities? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 18.4.5 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from other departments or entities? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 18.4.6 What percentage of the overall skilled labor needed to operate the depository come from other departments or entities? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 19.1 Approximately what percentage of the journal articles published by your faculty are archived in any form in the institutional repository?
Table 19.2 Approximately what percentage of the journal articles published by your faculty are archived in any form in the institutional repository? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 19.3 Approximately what percentage of the journal articles published by your faculty are archived in any form in the institutional repository? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 19.4 Approximately what percentage of the journal articles published by your faculty are archived in any form in the institutional repository? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 19.5 Approximately what percentage of the journal articles published by your faculty are archived in any form in the institutional repository? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 19.6 Approximately what percentage of the journal articles published by your faculty are archived in any form in the institutional repository? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 20 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as:
Table 20.1.1 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as full open access?
Table 20.1.2 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as full open access? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 20.1.3 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as full open access? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 20.1.4 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as full open access? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 20.1.5 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as full open access? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 20.1.6 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as full open access? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 20.2.1 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to a page view limit?
Table 20.2.2 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to a page view limit? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 20.2.3 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to a page view limit? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 20.2.4 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to a page view limit? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 20.2.5 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to a page view limit? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 20.2.6 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to a page view limit? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 20.3.1 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to an institution or limited group of institutions?
Table 20.3.2 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to an institution or limited group of institutions? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 20.3.3 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to an institution or limited group of institutions? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 20.3.4 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to an institution or limited group of institutions? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 20.3.5 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to an institution or limited group of institutions? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 20.3.6 What percentage of the journal articles in the digital depository can be described as access restricted to an institution or limited group of institutions? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 21.1 What best describes how your digital depository is funded?
Table 21.2 What best describes how your digital depository is funded? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 21.3 What best describes how your digital depository is funded? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 21.4 What best describes how your digital depository is funded? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 21.5 What best describes how your digital depository is funded? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 21.6 What best describes how your digital depository is funded? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 22.1 If the repository receives grant support, how much did it spend in grant money in the past year?
Table 22.2 If the repository receives grant support, how much did it spend in grant money in the past year? Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 22.3 If the repository receives grant support, how much did it spend in grant money in the past year? Broken out by Enrollment
Table 22.4 If the repository receives grant support, how much did it spend in grant money in the past year? Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 22.5 If the repository receives grant support, how much did it spend in grant money in the past year? Broken out by Public or private status
Table 22.6 If the repository receives grant support, how much did it spend in grant money in the past year? Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
Table 23.1 Choose the phrase which best describes how your organization's digital repository is cataloged by your institution's library:
Table 23.2 Choose the phrase which best describes how your organization's digital repository is cataloged by your institution's library: Broken out by USA and Non USA
Table 23.3 Choose the phrase which best describes how your organization's digital repository is cataloged by your institution's library: Broken out by Enrollment
Table 23.4 Choose the phrase which best describes how your organization's digital repository is cataloged by your institution's library: Broken out by Carnegie class or type of institution
Table 23.5 Choose the phrase which best describes how your organization's digital repository is cataloged by your institution's library: Broken out by Public or private status
Table 23.6 Choose the phrase which best describes how your organization's digital repository is cataloged by your institution's library: Broken out by Annual Tuition, $
What information resources about digital repositories -- blogs, listservs, websites, newsletters, ezines, magazines, conference and other resources -- are most valuable to you? Broken out by institution type.

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