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1 OA and REF: Jisc support Neil Jacobs Head of Scholarly Communications Support E M Skype neil.jacobs1 One Castlepark, Tower Hill, Bristol, BS2 0JA

2 The minimum requirements 1.Deposit the final peer-reviewed draft of your paper in the repository on acceptance 2.The bibliographic record must be discoverable ASAP 3.The full text must be accessible ASAP (or once an embargo has elapsed)

3 Deposit “Deposit” – Improve Sherpa-FACT to cover REF deposit requirement – Pilot “router” service to copy papers from publishers to repositories in a timely way – Discussions with Gold OA publishers (to start with) on getting the accepted manuscript from their systems “final peer-reviewed draft” – Metadata for repositories covering version identification – Plug-ins, patches and upgrades to repository software “on acceptance” – Metadata for repositories covering date of acceptance – Changes to repository (and CRIS?) to provide auditable field for acceptance date Deposit the final peer-reviewed draft of your paper in the repository on acceptance

4 Discoverable Bibliographic record – As noted, discussions with publishers, and via “router” service – Opportunities to develop and share good practice and inform Jisc or others on further activities needed, eg on deduplication – Metadata profile to enable easy discoverability and integration with records from elsewhere – Enhanced over time through interaction with ORCID, CrossRef, etc – Jisc encouraging use of international standards and HEIs developing and sharing good practice Discoverable – Aggregation: CORE, makes records more visible in web search engines, and library discovery services. Also timestamps when the record was first harvested – Search engine optimisation: advice for repository managers and opportunities to develop and share good practice The bibliographic record must be discoverable ASAP

5 Accessible “full text” – As noted, availability of full text from publishers being explored – Full text available to repositories from Europe-PMC where allowed, through router service “accessible” – Information and advice on Creative Commons licences “once an embargo has elapsed” – date-stamped metadata field, perhaps populated by CrossRef data (from NISO / Jisc work) The full text must be accessible ASAP (or once an embargo has elapsed)

6 General support from Jisc “OA Good Practice” – pathfinder projects and community Repository shared services for deposit, discovery, usage data, etc Repository technical support for most platforms Jisc-Monitor, potential for a Jisc shared service to help HEIs in watching their publication output, expenditure, compliance? Plus: ongoing discussions in UK and across Europe on coordinating policies, their expression and implementation, eg: – Funder and publisher policy expression – PASTEUR4OA project – policy alignment – Closer working with OpenAIRE

7 Comments? Questions?


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