Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts, Deborah! I would be interested
in knowing more about your findings.
On Sun, Jan 21, 2018 at 6:36 PM, Fitchett, Deborah <
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> Hi Lucy,
> I hadn't heard about it, but from a quick search it looks suspiciously
> catch-free. Provide an OAI feed and then receive reports of how much it's
> increased traffic to your IR, what's to dislike?
> I suspect it is actually as good as it says on the tin - presumably
> EBSCO's motivation is that they're in competition with ProQuest and if they
> want to play catch-up then playing the Open Access card is a good way to
> get interest.
> I'll send them an email and find out if there's any fine print... Would be
> interested to hear if anyone else has had any contact with them about it.
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] EBSCO Open Dissertations
> Hi folks,
> Are there libraries enrolled in the EBSCO Open Dissertations program? Is
> there any downside if participate?
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