By Kasja Weenink, Leo Waaijers, Karen van Godtsenhoven
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This type of activity will grow and repository managers will need to take this into account in their planning. Potential for changes in business model There is also the potential for a change in business model as a repository matures. So far, most digital repositories have developed only a limited number of services and in most cases provide these free to users. A small number currently charge for hosting repositories for other institutions or organisations and a small number charge for providing access to masters or doctoral theses.
The pertinent issues are: – Flexibility: a repository is flexible if it has the means to adjust to new norms and practices. One example could be research data: at present, very few data are routinely deposited by researchers but there is increasing interest and activity on this topic at policy level. Funders are beginning to discuss – and some implement – open data policies. Some journals, such as Nature, already have such a policy. As these developments 40 A DRIVER’s Guide to European Repositories – – – – – continue, repositories will be receiving greater volumes of data and, moreover, data of many different types and in many different digital formats.
13 Things have changed since, and this chapter will demonstrate that. However, it is the legal aspects of self-archiving and open access which are one of the greatest challenges for populating repositories. 14 SPARC stresses that continued education on these issues will be necessary to better secure the regular deposit of quality content into repositories. 15 This chapter will similarly explore whether such IPR concerns are valid for all the cases studied and what influence this is having on the population of repositories and their services, and what mechanisms are in place to try to overcome these challenges.
A DRIVER'S guide to European repositories by Kasja Weenink, Leo Waaijers, Karen van Godtsenhoven