These are links to resources that are not strictly repositories, but include aspects of scholarly communication. Many include aspects of social media.
The Western Research Repository is a proposed digital center to preserve and disseminate the research and scholarship of the Western community. This repository would make Western's scholarly output globally accessible from a single online location.
ARL: A bimonthly report: special double issue on university publishing. (2007). no. 252/253
Bell, Suzanne; Foster, Nancy Fried; Gibbons, Susan. (2005). Reference librarians and the success of institutional repositories. Reference Services Review 33(3), 283-290
Hahn, Karla L. Talk about talking about new models of scholarly communication. The Journal of Electronic Publishing, 11(1)
Howard, Jennifer. Digital Repositories Foment a Quiet Revolution in Scholarship Chronicle of Higher Education. (2010) June 13, 2010.
Johnson, Richard K. (2002). Institutional repositories: Partnering with faculty to enhance scholarly communication. D-Lib Magazine, 8(11)
Kirchner, Joy. (2009). Scholarly communications: planning for the integration of liaison librarian roles. Research Library Issues 265, 22-28
Royster, Paul. (2007). Publishing original content in an institutional repository. Serials Review
Schulenburger, David. (2008). Keynote, SPARC Digital Repositories Meeting
Walters, Tyler O. (2007). Reinventing the library-how repositories are causing librarians to rethink their professional roles. portal: Libraries and the Academy 7(2), 213–225