In 2010, Booth Library began establishing an institutional repository, The Keep, an effort that involved multiple departments within the library. Potential content recruitment for the repository included large-scale digitization of archival materials and migration of previously created digital collections. Creation of the repository resulted in increased accessibility, better presentation of content that had existed on outmoded legacy web platforms, and the rescue of damaged content that had been disintegrating on other digital storage formats. By utilizing personnel across many departments and incorporating content from the Archives and Digital Collections areas, Booth Library has developed a robust institutional repository in only two years.
Bruns, Todd A.; Knight-Davis, Stacey; Corrigan, Ellen K.; and Brantley, J. Steve, "It Takes a Library: Growing a Robust Institutional Repository in Two Years" (2014). Faculty Research & Creative Activity. 98.