Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries Symposium 2022 (MIRL22)

Conference

The Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL) Symposium planning committee would like to thank all presenters and attendees who participated in the 2021 inaugural symposium! Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL) is a free event that brings together IR practitioners and those with an interest in IRs at hospitals, academic medical centers, and other health settings for discussions and sharing of case studies and best practices for digital archiving of institutional content.

The conference will be a mix of presentation types. Potential topics range from the impacts of changing funding agency mandates, challenges and success in innovation, staffing, migration of repositories, and strategies for the continued promotion of open access health sciences content.

Date and Hour
17 November 2022
Venue
Online

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