Many institutional repositories are organized into communities, which correspond to campus units (academic departments, research centers, administrative offices, etc.). Academic restructuring, or changes to a university’s organizational structure through the creation, elimination or merger of campus units, impacts the organization of institutional repositories.
This project looked at how academic restructuring impacts the community-based organization of institutional repositories, and how theory and practices from archival science can be used to manage them.
- Harrison W. Inefuku. “Whatever Happened to Art and Design?: Using Archival Practice to Manage the Impact of Academic Restructuring on Institutional Repositories.” Journal of Library Administration 53, no. 4 (2013): 209–222.
- Harrison W. Inefuku, Maintaining Continuity and Legacy through Academic Restructuring: Applying archival description to institutional repositories, poster session at Association of Canadian Archivists Annual Conference, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, 13 June 2013.
- Harrison W. Inefuku, From Domestic Art to Graphic Design: Reflecting Academic Restructuring in Institutional Repositories, poster session at Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, Indianapolis, IN, United States, 11 April 2013.