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Institutional Repositories for Public Engagement: Creating a Common Good Model for an Engaged Campus

Moore, Erik A.; Collins, Valerie M.; Johnston, Lisa R. (2020)
Most higher-education institutions strive to be publicly engaged and community centered. These institutions leverage faculty, researchers, librarians, community liaisons, and communication specialists to meet this mission, ...

Listening to Our Collections: Preserving Records of University-Based Educational Radio Stations in Campus Archives

Moore, Erik A.; Toov, Rebecca (Journal of Archival Organization, 2020)
University-based educational stations transmitted programming to local audiences throughout the U.S. Surviving records remain in the custody of university archives but remain unavailable due to the complicated nature of ...

Building a Trustworthy System: Resources, Policies, and Management Structures—Understanding Our Trustworthiness

Moore, Erik A. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)
In 2014, the University of Minnesota Libraries completed a year-long process of upgrading the underlying technology and reviewing the supporting policies, procedures, and resources of our intuitional repository, the ...

The Minnesota Seaside Station near Port Renfrew, British Columbia: A Photo Essay

Moore, Erik A.; Toov, Rebecca (British Columbia Studies, 2015)