Material Information

Exploring the SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository: A Contributors' Panel
Ochoa, Marilyn N.
Dirienzo, Denise
Minnick, Danielle
Mitchell, Emily
Pritchard, Stephanie
Taylor, Roger
Place of Publication:
SUNY Oswego
Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Penfield Library
Institutional Repository
Training materials


This session introduces the SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository (SUNY Oswego IR), which is a part of the Oswego Digital Library and offers Oswego affiliates a home for their own scholarly or creative work. A panel of contributors engaged in developing collections for programs such as Quest, Display to Archives, and DigitalOZ will discuss the importance of collecting, preserving, and disseminating College-wide content in the SUNY Oswego IR. This database is the central, searchable location for the scholarly, research, and creative production of both faculty and students, alongside other materials developed across the College. This session is a companion to two additional sessions: To Collect, Preserve, and Disseminate: The Oswego Digital Library discusses the Oswego Digital Library that houses both Special Collections' historical materials and College faculty and student works, while Contributing to the SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository provides a training workshop for adding your own content to the Oswego IR. ( , )
Thu, May 19, 2016 | 2:00pm – 2:50pm | Marano Campus Center 208 | 47:58
General Note:
This session is one of a three-part series of Oswego Digital Library (OswegoDL) training provided by Penfield Library at the Spring 2016 Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Breakout Workshops. The OswegoDL will officially be launched and available for use in Fall 2016.

Record Information

Source Institution:
SUNY Oswego Institution
Holding Location:
SUNY Oswego Institution
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the source institution.