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1 Open Access Niamh Brennan Trinity College Library Dublin Open Access New Bulgarian University April 23 rd & 24th 2009 Open Access Policies in Ireland

2 February 2009 Добро утро!

3 February 2009 When we consider the many injustices of the 20th century, surely one of the most insidious was the breaking-off of communication and exchange between the peoples of Europe, the fear of contact, the closing of minds, all those wasted opportunities for friendship and good neighbourliness. - President Mary McAleese at the opening of a seminar on links between Ireland & Bulgaria, 'A New Partnership', Sofia University, 26th March 2009

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5 February 2009 oStrategic decision to develop world- class research system in Ireland oIncrease research capacity, quality and output oDevelop 4 th Level Ireland oDouble PhD output, structure training, develop careers, encourage mobility oFunding: EU 8.5 billion oProvision for: 350 PIs 1050 Postdocs 3500 PhD Students

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7 From: Dr Celia Gallagher, Irish Universities Association, National Research Platform Innovations Research Institutions Industry Government Open Exchange Irelands Innovation generators The Innovation Island Society The Innovation Island Knowledge

8 A key feature of the Smart Economy is building the innovation or ideas component of the economy through investment in human capital and its ability and effectiveness in translating ideas into valuable processes, products and services… … It has, at its core, the creation of an exemplary research, innovation and commercialisation ecosystem so as to create The Innovation Island.

9 Supporting the mandates

10 Robert Kiley, Head of E-Strategy, Wellcome Trust Scientific Publishing in the European Research Area Access, Dissemination and Preservation in the Digital Age Conference, Brussels February society/document_library/pdf_06/kiley _en.pdf

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19 How to help our researchers comply with the funders mandates?

20 Research leading to results Submission of manuscript Is the journal of choice an OA journal or OA-compliant? Can you retain your copyright? Consider another journal/ publisher Check ROMEO SHERPA list for publisher policies No Unsure

21 Submit manuscript to publisher Peer review process Paper Accepted? Paper is Published Paper is Published No Revise manuscript Yes

22 Does your publisher provide Open Access or a funded OA option? Check ROMEO SHERPA list for publisher policies Unsure Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive your final draft following peer review (the post print) in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive your final draft following peer review (the post print) in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive the publishers pdf version of your paper in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive the publishers pdf version of your paper in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help No Yes

23 Publishers version of your paper available; access restricted to subscription- only unless its an OA journal Publishers version of your paper available freely via Open Access Post-print version of your paper available freely via Open Access + or Result Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive your final draft following peer review (the post print) in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive your final draft following peer review (the post print) in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive the publishers pdf version of your paper in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help Upon acceptance enter the publication details in your Research Information System AND self-archive the publishers pdf version of your paper in your institutional repository (and in PubMedCentral / UKPMC if applicable) – or ask your Library for help compliance with funder mandates harvesting for national research portal & expertiseireland.com link to research profile inclusion in institutional webpages, reports & reviews link to publishers version compliance with funder mandates harvesting for national research portal & expertiseireland.com link to research profile inclusion in institutional webpages, reports & reviews

24 Showcasing national research

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26 IReL- Open: National Research Portal To be hosted by Expertise Ireland Single point of access to national research output Harvested from university repositories Includes published research across all disciplines Author ID Citation Analysis Future: Data sets

27 Measuring our research

28 National Research Data Project IUA sectoral project: all 7 universities 3 year project Funded by Higher Education Authority [SIF2] Delivering… National Citation Report University Science Indicators Standards & definitions Adding value… Other data…

29 National Research Data Project National Citation Report + Strategic Research analysis Tools (restricted Access) Central Authoritative Bibliographic Dataset (institutional Access) Institutional citation Reports (for local use). Re-use of bibliographic Data in local systems

30 Top 20 Countries in All Fields 2008* * in terms of citations per paper) Sources:http://sciencewatch.com/dr/cou/2008/08decALL/ In 2008 Ireland appeared in the Top Countries in All Fields list for the first time. Currently at 19 th place in the world, we have moved up from 36 th in the world in 2003

31 Average cumulative citations to cumulative papers … and Ireland now outstrips the European cumulative citation impact Source: National Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)

32 Similarly, Irelands research impact has exceeded the world average over the past 10 years, and is rising… Impact (cites per paper) relative to world average: Baseline=1.0 World Baseline Source: National Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)

33 * the latest figures available from OECD Source: OECD SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INDUSTRY SCOREBOARD e1-a-2.pdf e1-a-2.pdf OECD average EU average Ireland GERD Intensity 2005 As % of GDP While Irish research funding has increased, it was still below the EU-27 average in 2005* and 2006*. The excellence of Irelands research performance can be seen when our research impact is compared with research expenditure internationally.

34 Source of data: Essential Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)

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37 * measured by citations per paper; source: Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators, accessed: May In terms of research impact * in May 2005 Irish universities were in the top 1% research institutions in the world in the following 10 fields: 1BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY 2MICROBIOLOGY 3CLINICAL MEDICINE 4CHEMISTRY 5PHYSICS 6AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 7MATERIALS SCIENCE 8PLANT & ANIMAL SCIENCE 9ENGINEERING 10SOCIAL SCIENCES, GENERAL

38 Between 2005 and 2009 the number of fields in which Irish universities feature within the world top 1% increased by 60%, with the addition of the following 6 fields: 1MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & GENETICS 2IMMUNOLOGY 3NEUROSCIENCE & BEHAVIOR 4PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY 5GEOSCIENCES 6ENVIRONMENT/ECOLOGY * measured by citations per paper Source of data: Essential Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters), accessed March 2009

39 * measured by citations per paper In terms of research impact* Irish universities are now in the top 1% research institutions in the world in the following 16 fields: Source of data: Essential Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters), accessed March 2009

40 Ireland ranks No. 2 in the World in Immunology* Another small country was able to impress… by its surprisingly high average citation ratio; Ireland (14.2) came in second worldwide leaving even the big USA (13.5) behind in third place. France (12.7) and Scotland (12.5) followed in fourth and fifth places respectively. * In terms of impact (citations per paper) Source: Ralf Neumann (2007) Publication Analysis Immunology Lab Times 4, times.org/labtimes/issues/lt2007/lt04/lt_2 007_04_38_40.pdf

41 Source: Thomson Scientific pdf 3wJ:scientific.thomsonreuters.com/press/pdf/tl/ pdf+ireland+citations+ranking&hl=en&ct=cln k&cd=17&gl=ie&lr=lang_en&client=firefox-a

42 Top 20 Countries in Multiple Sclerosis* Ireland currently ranks at 14 th in the world in research into Multiple Sclerosis, ahead of Germany, France and Australia *measured by citations per paper ; analysis based on 81 nations. Source: Thomson Reuters ScienceWatch September 2008

43 Physics: Impact of Ireland, Europe & the World Source: National Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)

44 Immunology: Impact of Ireland, Europe & the World Source: National Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)

45 Engineering: Impact of Ireland, Europe & the World Source: National Science Indicators (Thomson Reuters)

46 InCites Research Evaluation tools from Thomson Reuters

47 47 Government agencies/funding organizations We want to know how the funds that we have granted have been effective in promoting research External Entities Im responsible for seeing how were doing overall in performing in terms of bringing in research dollars in overall publications. For those aspirational peers...I want to go in and evaluate the faculty and those departments to give me a direct comparison, then I get every single faculty member and run them through the citation index University Management Management, including committees, provost, vice provosts Every author should have access to reports that tell them where they stand, how they compare and where to find the best collaborators and people they should be working with Individuals Faculty, staff, students We have built a research information system which is fully integrated with all of the systemslibrary, research office, grants, and the university -- its CV driven, and so every researcher in the institution can access a web based, online view and over time create a research profile for themselves containing up-to-date publications University Departments Institutional research, academic affairs, tech transfer, etc. Who uses Thomson Reuters Evaluative tools?

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49 National Research Data Project National Citation Report + Strategic Research analysis Tools (restricted Access) Central Authoritative Bibliographic Dataset (institutional Access) Institutional citation Reports (for local use). Re-use of bibliographic Data in local systems

50 Joining it all up?

51 Users, Stakeholders – source: Dr Celia Gallagher, IUA 51 expertiseireland.com data Institutional Repositories National Research Data Project 4 th Level Ireland Researcher Mobility Portal Higher Education Sector Government Industry General Public Media National Research Platform and Building Blocks

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53 How to measure Knowledge Transfer?

54 Barriers rising between business and universities Key policy of businesses working with universities at risk from red tape and overvaluing IP. By Anthea Lipsett, The Guardian, Thursday March … a rising tide of bureaucracy - Dr Ammon Salter, Advanced Institute of Management report

55 Knowledge dissemination must not be viewed as an adjunct to research; rather, it must be treated as an integral part of the knowledge creation process, along with access to knowledge. The emerging vision for the future is one of a highly complex research environment that is integrated with comprehensive research dissemination. - National Research Platform Report 2009

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57 February 2009 Acknowledgements Celia Gallagher Irish Universities Association, National Research Platform Thomson Reuters Professor Jane Grimson, Dr Geoff Bradley. TCD & Irish African Partnership

58 February 2009 Open Access Niamh Brennan Trinity College Library Phone:


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