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1 Introducing customer experience JISC OA Good Practice Pathfinder End-to-End event – 12 January 2015 Helping to populate repositories – Jisc Publications Router

2 Jisc Publications Router » Jisc Publications Router will: › Alert institution to its outputs › Help capture them to repository or CRIS 2

3 Jisc Repository Shared Services Project 04/07/2014Measuring impact: tools for analysing and benchmarking usage 3

4 Introduction to Jisc Publications Router » Objectives › Simplify many-to-many relationship between publishers and IRs › Direct articles to appropriate institution(s) » Key challenges › Scalability: capturing outputs published globally › Capturing at acceptance 4

5 How it works: overview 04/07/2014Measuring impact: tools for analysing and benchmarking usage 5

6 Responding to policy priorities » Policy for OA & REF › Takes effect 1 April 2016 › Outputs must be OA in order to qualify for assessment › Requires deposit on repositories upon acceptance 6

7 What’s changed » Previously: › Institutions preferred only full-text deposit » Now: › Priority is to alert institutions to as much of their content as we can › Alert at acceptance, update on publication 7

8 Content providers » Initially › Europe PMC (metadata only) › Trial with Nature Publishing Group (with embargoed full text) » Currently › Full-text feed from Europe PMC (since Feb 2014) » Soon › eLife (imminent!) 8

9 Content providers » Next steps » In-principle discussions held with about a dozen further publishers: › Both subscription-dominated and OA › Now moving to technical discussions › Plan to add direct feeds from mix of publishers › Also investigating feasibility of multi-publisher solutions 9

10 Offer to institutions ServiceDescription Direct Delivery (OA only) Get OA content from all data suppliers to IR SWORD endpoint Get all content using one single metadata format (support RIOXX) Importer scripts available for Eprints 3.3. & 3.2, DSpace 1.8 Direct Delivery As above (without DSpace) Agree to manage embargo periods Get OA and embargoed content Browse See all OA content from all data suppliers Web GUI Search by target repository (and organisation - soon) Deposit statistics Harvest Get all OA content from all data suppliers Use OAI-PMH APIs Search by target repository, author and funder Choose from multiple formats Notification (soon) Receive monthly alerts of new content from all data suppliers for chosen repositories Self-register at

11 More institutions joining! » Existing participants: › University of Huddersfield, from 19 May 2014 › University of Reading, from 4 Aug 2014 › University of Salford, October 2014 » Scheduling installation of importer: › Leicester, Southampton, Glasgow, Robert Gordon, Sussex » Signed agreement on embargoes: › MIT, Leicester » Further interest from › Warwick, Bath, Liverpool 11

12 Router aims to provide…. » Coverage » Compliance » Cost effectiveness 12

13 Further information » Contact: Steve Byford, Scholarly Communications Manager, Jisc 13


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