60 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Do you have a sense of how large the repository’s primary audience might be?
To the extent possible, please estimate what percentage of your primary audience contributes to
the repository.
None reported.
The Aphasiology Archive Content
What strategies are used to recruit content for the repository?
Submissions are peer reviewed by an editorial board affiliated with the repository.
Submissions are arranged through formal arrangements with professional organizations.
Submissions first are approved for presentation at the annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, then harvested from the
CAC conference papers site, http://cac.library.pitt.edu
Which content types are accepted in the repository?
Working papers
Citation-only records that link to published versions of papers presented
How many digital objects (e.g., full text items, datasets, etc.) does the repository contain? Digital
objects are distinct from metadata records. An estimate is acceptable.
How do you promote use of or deposit in this repository to the community it serves?
Conference presentations
Partnerships with scholarly societies
Have recent government mandates affected the repository’s collection development?
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