[Irtalk] FW: Impact metrics for repositories ~ Events ~ Repositories Support Project

Smith, Ina <ismith@sun.ac.za> ismith at sun.ac.za
Tue Dec 11 09:23:53 SAST 2012

Dear all

“In this free RSP webinar, Mark MacGillivray, PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh and founder of the Cottage Labs, will present why repositories’ metrics are useful and which type of metrics can be collected. Mark will give a brief introduction on the technical developments on repositories’ metrics and will present some examples from his current work”.

Date: 12 December

Kind regards

From: Hilton Gibson [mailto:hilton.gibson at gmail.com]
Sent: 11 December 2012 08:41
To: Raju, R, Dr <rraju at sun.ac.za>; Smith, Ina <ismith at sun.ac.za>; Talliard, Paulette <plt at sun.ac.za>; Davids, Ricardo <rddavids at sun.ac.za>
Subject: Impact metrics for repositories ~ Events ~ Repositories Support Project



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