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1 Author Rights, Access to Scholarship, and Managing the Impact of your Research Rebecca Kuglitsch and Katie Lage Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library University of Colorado Boulder Libraries Department of Geological Sciences Colloquium, 11/12/14 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

2 Today we’ll talk about... Author Rights & Access to Scholarship – Open Access – CU Scholar – Open Data Managing the Impact of Your Research

3 Open Access is the free, immediate, online availability of research articles, coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment. from SPARC® (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) Open Access

4 Open Access: Definitions Paths to Open Access: ●Gold OA: publishing in an open access journal ●Green OA: self-archiving versions of published articles in a repository Degrees of OA: ●Gratis: no cost for readers to access an article ●Libre: no costs and also free of certain restrictions on re- use, re-publication and re-mixing o Managed with licenses, for example: Creative Commons Hybrid journals: a subscription journal in which some of the articles are open access More information:

5 Author Rights Q: Why should I retain my copyright? A: More readers, greater impact. Q: How do I retain my rights? A: Attach an author's addendum to your contract. A: University policies can help with this negotiation. from

6 Open Access: University Policies Other institutions: ●Harvard ●University of California ●ROARMAP registry CU-Boulder: ●BFA/UGGS Open Access Resolution ●University Libraries o mmunications/oa/oaresolution.htm mmunications/oa/oaresolution.htm ●BFA resolution To ensure that research articles written by faculty at an institution are available to the public at no charge.

7 OA Journals Have you published in one? ●GeoRef Open Access Journals/Series o ●Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene ●PLOS ONE

8 Open Access: OA Fund University Libraries Open Access Fund: ●To support publishing in OA journals by subsidizing the processing fee ●Up to $2000 ●Supports fully OA journals (not hybrid)

9 Open Data Why? Data sharing benefits the researcher, research sponsors, data repositories, the scientific community, and the public. It encourages more connection and collaboration between scientists, and better science leads to better decisionmaking. USGS ●Funding Agency requirements o DMPTool list ●Trend towards citing datasets o DOIs for datasets

10 Open Data: Tools & Resources ●DMPTool https://dmptool.org/ https://dmptool.org/ ●PetaLibrary https://www.rc.colorado.edu/services/storage/petalibrary https://www.rc.colorado.edu/services/storage/petalibrary ●Repositories o CU Scholar o figshare o Journal/publisher o Subject repository o Registry of research data repositories: re3data.org ●Research Data Services at CU-Boulder o

11 CU Scholar: What is it? ●CU’s institutional repository ●Makes your work more available ●Provides permanent URLs for your work o So it stays available

12 CU Scholar: What types of content can you upload? “...research, scholarship, and creative work being conducted at the University.” Most file types are accepted o Including sound, image and data files o Data sets should be “publishable” o For any questions, or if it’s over 2GB,

13 CU Scholar: What are you allowed to put in it? Anything published in an open access journal Whatever your author agreement allows o Not sure? Check Sherpa/RomeoSherpa/Romeo Questions about permissions? o your librarian or Jennifer Chan, Scholarly Communication Librarian

14 CU Scholar: How to use it For help,

15 CU Scholar Metrics

16 Researcher Profile Tools Increase your impact

17 Profile Tools Can: ●Increase your reach ●Make your professional presence more evident ●Make it easier to find collaborators ●Help you track traditional and altmetrics

18 Tools from CU: Profile ●ORCiD & VIVO o Automatic at CU o Under development Profile & Sharing ●CU Scholar o Tracks downloads

19 Other Profile & Tracking Services Profile & tracking ●Academia.eduAcademia.edu ●ResearchGateResearchGate ●Google Scholar ProfilesGoogle Scholar Profiles ●Figshare (secondarily)Figshare Other tracking tools ●ResearcherIDResearcherID o Thompson-Reuters

20 Key Characteristics Academia.edu, ResearchGate, or Google Scholar Profiles if you want a profile right now.Academia.edu ResearchGateGoogle Scholar Especially good for grad students Mendeley if you want a collaboration and citation tool, too.Mendeley VIVO & CU Scholar if you want the university to do the work and can wait for full functionality from VIVO.VIVOCU Scholar

21 A Process for Choosing

22 Figshare + CU Scholar + Google Scholar Profiles For most CU faculty, we recommend: ●Sharing data and posters with Figshare o Track views o Associate with coauthors ●Sharing papers with CU Scholar o Track downloads ●Tracking citations with Google Scholar Profiles o Includes broader variety of citations, h-index, etc.

23 Resources ●Libraries Scholarly Communications Portal: ●CU’s Open Access fund ●GeoRef Open Access Journals/Series ●SPARC® ●Author Rights ●Research Data Services https://data.colorado.edu/serviceshttps://data.colorado.edu/services ●PetaLibrary https://www.rc.colorado.edu/services/storage/petalibraryhttps://www.rc.colorado.edu/services/storage/petalibrary ●Registry of reserach data repositories ●CU Scholar ●SHERPA/RoMEO ●figshare


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