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1 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Digital Academic REpositories in the Netherlands DAREnet Marga van Meel, Elly Dijk and Arjan Hogenaar KNAW Research Information Zagreb, 14 June 2007

2 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Outline  Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences  Open Access publishing  DARE-programme and DAREnet  Results and achievements  Future plans

3 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences KNAW Research Information  Academy's mission: to ensure the quality of scientific research in the Netherlands  Our mission: national focal point of research information  Dutch Research Database (NOD): current research, researchers and research institutes  DAREnet: full text publications

4 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Motivations for Open Access publishing  Ethics: funded by the public, available by the public  Just reward: the scholarly community is doing all the work  Research impact: OA articles are more cited

5 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Citation trend of Open Access articles Citation trend in terms of mean number of citations at different points in time (for PNAS publications published in the second half of 2004) Eysenbach G The Open Access Advantage J Med Internet Res 2006;8(2):e8

6 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Dimensions of Open Access Publishing Open Access: an introduction, by Keith G. Jeffrey (www.ercim.org/publication/Ercim_News/enw64/jeffery.html

7 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Mission DARE Better access to the results of publicly funded research in the Netherlands

8 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences DARE Programme Approved:14 June 2002 Name:DARE, Digital Academic Repositories Period: 1 Jan – 31 Dec Budget: M€ 5.9 Standards: OAI-PMH 2.0; Dublin Core Partners: All universities, KNAW, NWO, KB and SURF

9 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Society Research Education Harvesters Virtual Learning Environments, Course Ware, Readers,... Institutional Repository Academy TUDelft NWO..... CNRS MIT Subject repositories, refereed portals, databases, collaboratories, (Open Access) journals,... Institutional windows, expertise, professional journals, personal Web sites, national windows,... Two Layers

10 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Santa Fé, New Mexico, October 1999 Open Archiving Initiative 14 June 2002, OAI-PMH v. 2.0

11 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Institutional Repository CNR-ISTI Amsterdam..... CERN ArXiv 27 January 2004 DAREnet Nationwide (13 universities, KNAW, NWO) Initially 17,000 publications (Today 128,000) 1-st milestone

12 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences 2-nd milestone Cream of Science 10 May Complete oeuvre of +10 top scientists per DARE participant

13 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences  16 Institutions  229 authors  47,000 records = 205/author (from 3 to 1224)  60 % full text =  25% copyright obstructed, 15% only metadata available at the moment Some figures of Cream of Science

14 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences President of the Royal Aacademy

15 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences 100,000 new OA publications (of which 10,000 doctoral theses under the name) Promise of Science and, what’s more, IRs are embedded in the local and national knowledge infrastructure 3-rd milestone HunDAREd thousand

16 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences 4-th milestone Promise of Science September 2006: Dutch National site for e-theses officially launched Now: nearly 15,000 doctoral e-theses from all Dutch universities Yearly production about 2,500 e-theses  1995 about 17% available  2006 about 77% available

17 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Lessons learned Cooperation  Academy of Science, university libraries, national library, SURF, National Research Council (NWO) Appointments about open standards and harvesting  internet, web, XML, OAI PMH, DC ++, (IEEE LOM, DIDL, SOA) New actions to fill the repositories  Cream of Science, Promise of Science

18 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Success factors DAREnet with 128,000 objects Copyright toolbox, including a licence to publish Communication toolkit for aquisition of doctoral e-theses : KNAW took over responsibility DAREnet

19 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Examples of Medical Records Some Figures of Medical Disciplines: Genetics + Genomics2,500 records Pharmacology2,000 records Psychiatry + Psychology2,000 records Neoplasms2,000 records Cardiology1,800 records Immunology1,000 records Lung diseases600 records

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24 European dimension: DRIVER DAREnet is very scalable: DRIVER DRIVER: Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research Testbed for a future knowledge infrastructure of the European Research Area Web:

25 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Repositories by country Source: OpenDoar 9 May 2007

26 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Repositories in Croatia  FAMENA PhD Collection (Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture) FAMENA PhD Collection  Portal of scientific journals of Croatia (Hrčak) (OA jounals in all disciplines) Portal of scientific journals of Croatia  University of Zagreb Medical School Repository University of Zagreb Medical School Repository Source: OpenDoar

27 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences International services BASEBASE - Bielefeld Academic Search Engine Google Scholar OAIster OAIster - a project of the University of Michigan OpenDOAROpenDOAR -Directory of Open Access Repositories

28 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Future Plans  Darenet management KNAW  Integration DAREnet and NARCIS  RSS feeds  Relation CRIS, datasets, and repository  Linking repositories and datasets  Metadata complex objects (DIDL) SURFshare

29 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences DAREnet management  As from January, 1st, 2007: KNAW Research Information responsible  Initially taken over ‘as it’

30 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences NARCIS  National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System  Project of KNAW Research Information in co-operation with NWO  Portal giving access (a.o.):  Research Information: research programmes, research institutes, researchers  Dutch repositories  Datasets  Web publications  News from scientific organisations

31 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Integration DAREnet and NARCIS  NARCIS combines roughly the Dutch Research Database and DAREnet, but  DAREnet has unique features  NARCIS-DAREnet integration project to combine the best of two worlds

32 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences RSS-feed  For notification on newly added content  Will be implemented into DAREnet  Based upon search statement (so, user defined!)

33 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences E-depot  To realise long-term preservation  National Library responsible  In line with National Library’s role as Deposit Library

34 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences CRIS and E-depot  CRIS: Current Research Information  E-depot:Research results Via linking of identifiers:  Relation between research projects and publications visible

35 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Datasets and DANS  Datasets: primary results of a research project  DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services):  permanent access tot data sets in the Humanities and Social Sciences  Linking DANS- and CRIS-identifiers: Relation between research projects and datasets visible  Combination E-depot, CRIS and DANS identifiers for total overview of research

36 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences SURFshare  New SURF programme : SURFshare  Focused on the researcher’s workflow  4 major themes: - enriched publications - collaboratories - new quality control systems and new impact measurement methods - research data registration and date curation

37 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Thank you for your attention


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