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1 On the launch of UK PubMed Central Frontiers in Information Management for the Bio- and environmental Sciences Novartis Foundation, 25 Jan 07 Adam Bostanci Engagement Manager UK PubMed Central

2 2 What is UKPMC? launched in January ukpmc.ac.ukukpmc.ac.uk based on PubMed Central (NIH) mirror of the PMC database manuscript submission system – UKMSS UKPMC to be developed as the central hub for biomedical and health research information in the UK funded by

3 3 Why use UKPMC? articles in UK PubMed Central are available without restrictions and the full text is searchable higher visibility - articles submitted via UKMSS are also visible via PubMed Central permanent digital preservation of the manuscript that reflects all changes from peer-review articles submitted are formatted (in XML) to support future developments of UK PubMed Central principal funders of biomedical research increasingly require deposit of research outputs into UKPMC

4 4 Funder Policies BBSRCrequires deposit of articles and conference proceedings arising from grant applications submitted from 1 Oct 2006 into an e-print repository like UKPMC WTrequires deposit of articles accepted for publication into UKPMC and to be made freely available within six months of publication MRCrequires articles arising from grant applications submitted from 1Oct 2006 accepted for publication to be deposited into UKPMC within six months DHrequires deposit of articles arising from grant applications submitted from 1 Apr 2007 into UKPMC within six months CSOa copy of the final, peer-reviewed articles arising from funded research to be deposited in UKPMC and to be freely available within 6 months ARCrequires deposit of articles in an archive like UKPMC to be available 6 months after publication, prefers author-archiving, will consider open access charges BHFas of 8 Jan 2007, a copy of each peer-reviewed research paper to be deposited in UKPMC to be made freely available within 6 months of publication (full policy to follow) CRUKpolicy under review

5 5 UKMSS - the manuscript submission system login at ukpmc.ac.uk/ukmssukpmc.ac.uk/ukmss identify journal & research grant upload manuscript (.doc,.jpg,.xl) UKPMC generates a receipt UKPMC formats the manuscript and s the PI PI approval – the article becomes part of the UKPMC collection

6 6 Developing UKPMC the roadmap for UKPMC includes UK-specific services and enhanced content e.g. links into molecular datasets and medical data UKPMC development partners European Bioinformatics Institute University of Manchester user panel input from the scientific community invited

7 7 UKPMC in brief UKPMC is now available as a platform for accessing and adding to growing collection of freely accessible life science articles UKPMC will be developed as a hub for biomedical and health research information in the UK UKPMC runs a fully-manned helpdesk / further assistance also available via the UKPMC website, e.g. on copy-right related questions


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