University of Regina [Dr. John Archer Library]
I would suspect that in many respects the University of Regina library website is similar to most institutional library sites. It offers the usual service tabs, search tools, collection access, support contacts, support information, library tutorials, announcements and general information [copyright info as an example]. Links to the library Facebook, Twitter and FourSquare presence is obvious and institutional users can customize their online library experience with MyLibrary account functionality.
In general terms however this particular institutional library site [the part easily found] could not be considered an instructional repository or referatory…at least not for open educational resources. Obviously the library supports its own collection of physical and online materials [journals, books,materials, etc.] and provides access to the university community. But access directly to open instructional materials and support made available at the University of Regina is not present and only limited reference to other online repositories is provided.
The one [huge] notable exception to this is that the U of R has an open access initiative of their own called oURspace [http://ourspace.uregina.ca/]. This local repository for peer reviewed work stands out as a true open access resource. Available under the Faculty tab within services the repository is fully searchable, refers to other repositories and provides additional search capabilities for other institutional repositories.
In fact…within a few minutes I found, viewed and downloaded a research article related to technology use in the net generation that I sadly needed. The site even refers to [top of the list] the Budapest Open Access Initiative and goes on to discuss the cultural point to all of it.