Rzhevtseva, Natalija L.
January 2011
IATUL Annual Conference Proceedings;2011, Vol. 21, p1
Conference Proceeding
On May 21, 2009 at the conference "Academic library activity in the context of odernization in higher education≥ the community of the university libraries adopted "Declaration of the universities libraries in support of the Ukraine Initiative of the Open Access to Knowledge". In the same year SevNTU library commenced the creation of its own electronic open archive (repository: http://sevntu.com.ua/jspui/). The repository of Sevastopol National Technical University (eSevNTUIR) is created to collect, organize and keep intellectual products of the university community in the electronic form, to provide open access with the help of Internet technologies, to distribute these materials in the medium of the world research and education society, to create a reliable and accessible system accounting research publications of university departments and individual employees. The core of the archive is the collection of scientific papers "SevNTU Bulletin" published by the university. It has11 series, continuous issue numbering and a documents collection of SevNTU Academic library, which includes bibliographies and materials of the conferences held by the library. Section of the SevNTU scientific archive corresponds to the series of the collection, and the collection - to the number of registration. The main page of the section shows all the collections. The system of open access which was chosen to create the repository is DSpace, developed by the Library of Massachusetts Institute of Technologies and Hewlett Packard Company. To date the library repository contains 15 collections. There are also plans for future: creating collections of theses abstracts, research reports and personal pages of the University faculty. Overall management of eSevNTUIR is executed by the Coordinating Council on the University repository. The Academic library is a coordinator and a main executor of the process of creating the repository.


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