Exposing Repository Content to Google Scholar
The slides, speaker notes and recording of the Atmire Client webinar on Dec 12th are now publicly available
DSpace Repositories serving scholarly content generally receive a significant amount of daily download traffic from Google Scholar. In a recent webinar for Atmire clients, Bram Luyten zoomed in on:
- The basic principles of how Google Scholar indexes your repository
- Detecting and resolving indexing problems using the free Atmire Analyzer
- Monitoring traffic originating from Google Scholar with Google Analytics
Click here to download the slides, speaker notes and recording of this webinar from Atmire's Open Repository Demo installation.
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