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Lund Virtual Medical Journal Makes Self-Archiving Attractive and Easy for Authors

Hultman Özek, Yvonne LU (2005) In D-Lib Magazine 11(10).
Abstract
This article highlights the importance of communication and collaboration with units outside the library to make self-archiving attractive to authors. The monthly electronic publication, Lund Virtual Medical Journal (LVMJ), published by the Department of Strategic Communication of the Faculty of Medicine at Lund University, started as a response to the need to increase the visibility of ongoing research by the Lund University faculty, and with the aim of showing all published faculty-authored articles. At the time the journal was launched, Lund University Libraries Head Office had set up their institutional repository for the university, LU:research. This article describes features of LVMJ and the synergistic relationship between... (More)
This article highlights the importance of communication and collaboration with units outside the library to make self-archiving attractive to authors. The monthly electronic publication, Lund Virtual Medical Journal (LVMJ), published by the Department of Strategic Communication of the Faculty of Medicine at Lund University, started as a response to the need to increase the visibility of ongoing research by the Lund University faculty, and with the aim of showing all published faculty-authored articles. At the time the journal was launched, Lund University Libraries Head Office had set up their institutional repository for the university, LU:research. This article describes features of LVMJ and the synergistic relationship between LU:research and LVMJ. It also discusses some of the challenges in producing LVMJ and future plans for the journal. (Less)
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Information science, Open Access, institutional repositories, self-archiving
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D-Lib Magazine
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11
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10
publisher
The Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI)
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  • scopus:26944472013
ISSN
1082-9873
DOI
10.1045/october2005-ozek
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English
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yes
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eec2a69e-cdad-4ccc-b0cc-c4e3489716bb (old id 145121)
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2007-07-23 16:34:40
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  abstract     = {This article highlights the importance of communication and collaboration with units outside the library to make self-archiving attractive to authors. The monthly electronic publication, Lund Virtual Medical Journal (LVMJ), published by the Department of Strategic Communication of the Faculty of Medicine at Lund University, started as a response to the need to increase the visibility of ongoing research by the Lund University faculty, and with the aim of showing all published faculty-authored articles. At the time the journal was launched, Lund University Libraries Head Office had set up their institutional repository for the university, LU:research. This article describes features of LVMJ and the synergistic relationship between LU:research and LVMJ. It also discusses some of the challenges in producing LVMJ and future plans for the journal.},
  author       = {Hultman Özek, Yvonne},
  issn         = {1082-9873},
  keyword      = {Information science,Open Access,institutional repositories,self-archiving},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  publisher    = {The Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI)},
  series       = {D-Lib Magazine},
  title        = {Lund Virtual Medical Journal Makes Self-Archiving Attractive and Easy for Authors},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1045/october2005-ozek},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2005},
}