A DRIVER'S guide to European repositories by Kasja Weenink, Leo Waaijers, Karen van Godtsenhoven

By Kasja Weenink, Leo Waaijers, Karen van Godtsenhoven

The Driver's advisor is a pragmatic advisor for repository managers and associations who are looking to construct their very own repository. This name comes in the OAPEN Library - http://www.oapen.org.

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They are an inspiration for others and are to be seen as examples, and results of research carried out in 2006. They are neither typical nor completely unique. The following repository and service models have been identified: 1. A university institutional repository (University of Minho). Minho has been chosen due to the broad take-up from its research community, its interesting advocacy and support infrastructure and, above all, to highlight the implementation of mandates and incentives and their effects on repository content.

5 FTE. Most repositories surveyed used open source software so this was free, and two institutions wrote their own software. For one of these, the effort remains uncosted in detail but staff time is estimated at 1 FTE for one year. For the other institution, which undertook very extensive software development work, the cost was estimated at €250,000. Outsourced repositories hosted at the home institution cost around €7,000 to set up, and outsourced built-and-hosted repositories around €38,000. The outlier in the study was the big national repository which is running on 12 servers and has provision for dozens of terabytes of storage.

G. g. g. g. 3 Matching services and business models In the table in figure 8 these service types are mapped onto the business model schema to show the models under which each service type might operate. The columns in the table are: – Cost level: – Low (L): services with low running costs typically require low staffing levels and low levels of investment in fixed assets. For our purposes here, these are services that cost up to €170K per annum. – Medium (M): those that might cost up to €400K per annum – High (H): those with running costs above €400K per annum – Appropriate business model(s): because there are multiple ways of making a business work some services have more than one appropriate business model.

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