In recent years, scholarly communication is greatly affected by the copyright and licensing agreement from the publishers. Universities in Taiwan and around the world, in the spirit of open access, have begun to development a platform that is able to display and disseminate its research output-an institutional repository. Up to date, research on institutional repository is primarily oriented toward user study prior to actual system development, instead of the post development research. This study used a semi-structured interview technique to explore the way faculty organized their academic work patterns, and their attitudes and awareness towards National Taiwan University Institutional Repository (NTUR). Furthermore, the study also provided recommendation to NTUR from four aspects, including policy, system design, content recruitment, and outreach and marketing.
|Translated title of the contribution||Understanding Faculty's Attitude toward Institutional Repository: An Academic Work Patterns Study|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||33|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
- Institutional repositories
- open access
- Academic work patterns