Open Repository Development in Developing and Transition countries – data

This study was conducted with the cooperation of, the University of Kansas Libraries, the DRIVER project and Key Perspectives Ltd. The aim was to create an inventory of current digital repository activities in developing and transition countries at both the infrastructure and services level. This is the first attempt to collect such data about digital repository activity in developing and transition countries and we hope this will serve as important resource for promoting open access and repository development in these regions. This report was produced in the frames of eIFL-OA advocacy program supported by Open Society Institute and the Wellcome Trust. You can read the summary here and download the report here.