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Minority Health Archive
URL:http://minority-health.pitt.edu/
Organisation:Information Sciences Library
University of Pittsburgh (UP)
Address:4200 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PA 15260
Country:United States
Location:Latitude: 40.443900 & Longitude: -79.953900, Google Map
Tel.:412-624-4141
Description:This is a subject based repository presenting materials on issues of health relating to the four US nationally recognised racial groups (Blacks/African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders).
Type:Institutional - Operational
Size:2635 items (2017-04-27)
OAI-PMH:http://minority-health.pitt.edu/cgi/oai2
Software:EPrints, Version: 3.2.3
Subjects:Health and Medicine
Content:Articles; Conferences; Theses; Unpublished; Books; Learning Objects; Multimedia; Special
Languages:English
Contacts:[Not recorded]
Remarks:Partners: University of Pittsburgh Center for Minority Health. Special items include: Government documentation.
OpenDOAR ID:520, Last reviewed: 2012-08-28, Suggest an update for this record - Missing data is needed for: Contacts & Policies
Link to this record: http://opendoar.org/id/520/
Standardised Metadata Policy for information describing items in the repository

    Grade: Metadata re-use permitted for not-for-profit purposes
  1. Anyone may access the metadata free of charge.
  2. The metadata may be re-used in any medium without prior permission for not-for-profit purposes provided:
    • the OAI Identifier or a link to the original metadata record are given
    • the repository is mentioned
  3. The metadata must not be re-used in any medium for commercial purposes without formal permission.
Standardised Data Policy for full-text and other full data items

    Grade: Full data item policies explicitly undefined
  1. Anyone may access full items free of charge.
  2. No full-item re-use policy defined. Assume no rights at all have been granted.
Standardised Content Policy for types of document & data set held

    Grade: Content policies defined
  1. This is a multi-institution subject-based repository.
  2. Subject Specialities:
    • Social Sciences General
    • Health and Medicine
    • Education
    • Law and Politics
  3. The repository is restricted to:
    • Journal articles
    • Bibliographic references
    • Conference and workshop papers
    • Theses and dissertations
    • Unpublished reports and working papers
    • Books, chapters and sections
    • Learning Objects
    • Multimedia and audio-visual materials
    • Other special item types
  4. Deposited items may include:
    • working drafts
    • submitted versions (as sent to journals for peer-review)
    • accepted versions (author's final peer-reviewed drafts)
    • published versions (publisher-created files)
  5. Items are individually tagged with:
    • their version type and date.
    • their peer-review status.
    • their publication status.
Standardised Submission Policy concerning depositors, quality & copyright

    Grade: Submission policies defined
  1. Items may only be deposited by accredited members, academic staff, registered students, and employees of the subject community
  2. Authors may only submit their own work for archiving.
  3. Eligible depositors must deposit bibliographic metadata for all their publications.
  4. The administrator only vets items for the eligibility of authors/depositors, relevance to the scope of the repository, valid layout & format, and the exclusion of spam
  5. The validity and authenticity of the content of submissions is the sole responsibility of the depositor.
  6. Items may not be deposited until any publishers' or funders' embargo period has expired.
  7. Any copyright violations are entirely the responsibility of the authors/depositors.
  8. If the repository receives proof of copyright violation, the relevant item will be removed immediately.
Standardised Preservation Policy

    Grade: Preservation policies explicitly undefined
  1. Items will be retained indefinitely.
  2. The repository will try to ensure continued readability and accessibility.
  3. The repository regularly backs up its files according to current best practice.
  4. Items may be removed at the request of the author/copyright holder, but this is strongly discouraged.
  5. Acceptable reasons for withdrawal include:
    • Journal publishers' rules
    • Proven copyright violation or plagiarism
    • Legal requirements and proven violations
  6. Withdrawn items are not deleted per se, but are removed from public view.
  7. Withdrawn items' identifiers/URLs are retained indefinitely.
  8. URLs will continue to point to 'tombstone' citations, to avoid broken links and to retain item histories, with:
    • a link to a replacement version, where available
  9. Errata and corrigenda lists may be included with the original record if required.
  10. If necessary, an updated version may be deposited.
    • There will be links between earlier and later versions, with the most recent version clearly identified.
  11. No closure policy defined.

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