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Putting Repositories in Their Place Bill Hubbard SHERPA and RSP Manager The Scholarly Communication Landscape: Perspectives from Manchester University.

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1 Putting Repositories in Their Place Bill Hubbard SHERPA and RSP Manager The Scholarly Communication Landscape: Perspectives from Manchester University of Manchester, April 2009

2 Open Access Open Access is driving change within the Scholarly Communications landscape Open Access - definitions Open Access Journals Open Access Repositories Open Access... and open access....

3 Progress so far Two routes using open access, but to slightly different destinations Open Access Publishing DOAJ 4,066 journals in the directory Currently 1,459 searchable journals 27,3678 articles accessible Houghton Report Open Access Repositories lets see...

4 Rise of repositories Directory of Open Access Repositories - OpenDOAR over 1370 open access repositories started registration in added in and over 300 added in 2008

5 Using repositories

6 Institutional repositories The OAI-PMH allows a single gateway to search and access many repositories subject-based portals or views subject-based classification and search institutional storage and support Practical reasons use institutional infrastructure integration into work-flows and systems support is close to academic users and contributors

7 Repositories use global structures Data Providers and Service Providers Global network acting as one virtual repository Innovative services to support discovery and use Repositories can vary... institutional, disciplinary, centralised, networks, etc contain post-prints, eTheses, data, rich output, etc Encouraging new processes to support research These structures now allow new developments

8 Repositories around the world

9 Repositories in Europe

10 Repositories in Russell &1994 Groups (UK) University of Bath Birkbeck University of Birmingham University of Bristol University of Cambridge Cardiff University University of Durham University of East Anglia University of Edinburgh University of Essex University of Exeter University of Glasgow Goldsmiths Queens University University of Reading Royal Holloway University of St Andrews University of Sheffield SOAS University of Southampton University of Surrey University of Sussex University of Warwick UCL University of York Imperial College King's College London Lancaster University University of Leeds University of Leicester University of Liverpool Loughborough University LSE University of Manchester University of Newcastle University of Nottingham University of Oxford Queen Mary With others, effective coverage of the UK HE research base...

11 Repository types

12 Content types in UK repositories

13 Stakeholders Academics readers researchers Research funders Institutions Learned societies Publishers

14 Issues (Non-issues of plagiarism and peer-review) Copyright Mandates Cultural change Workflows Management within institutions Terminology post-print, publishers version colours...

15 The Open Access Rainbow Repositories - RoMEO colours White - no archiving Yellow - archive pre-print only Blue - archive post-print only Green - archive pre- and post-print Gold - Open Access Publishing

16 Developments Primary data archiving Text mining Data mining Rich research outputs Web 2.0 Social and technical attitudes

17 Capitalising on repositories Open Access Greater availability and wider readership Increased citations New contacts and research possibilities Information management REF and evaluation As resource for academic services Support for new forms and systems of research communication and collaboration

18 Bill Hubbard


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