TitleDisseminating Equine Research and Teaching Videos Through the Institutional Repository: A Collaboration
Uniform TitleJournal of Agricultural & Food Information
PublisherTaylor & Francis Group, LLC
NameOtto, Jane Johnson (author), Ralston, Sarah L. (author),
Subjectdata sets, embedded librarianship, equine behavior,
institutional repositories, metadata, mustangs, PMU draft-crosses, video
DescriptionInstitutional repositories manage and disseminate a University’s scholarly output and provide a multitude of benefits to the organization and society. Rutgers University Libraries is actively expanding its repository to include materials with scholarly merit that are currently siloed in academic departments or otherwise unpreserved and unavailable to the public. This article describes a collaboration between Rutgers Libraries faculty and Rutgers teaching faculty which is enabling discovery of a significant collection of video data relating to equine behavioral responses. The article describes the research, the repository tools, and the process of developing and customizing metadata to bring this collection to light.
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NoteOtto, Jane Johnson and Sarah L. Ralston. "Disseminating Equine Research and Teaching Videos Through the Institutional Repository: A Collaboration." Journal of Agricultural & Food Information 13:1 (2012), 64-77.
CollectionOtto Jane Collection
CollectionRalston Sarah Collection
Organization NameRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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