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1 Developing SHERPA/RoMEO's role in improving open access Peter Millington Centre for Research Communications University of Nottingham Mötesplats Open Access 2012 Norrköping, 14 Mars 2012

2 SHERPA Services RoMEO – Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving – JULIET – Research funders' open access policies – OpenDOAR – Directory of Open Access Repositories –

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4 Scandinavian Repositories

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6 JULIET – Funders OA Policies 98 Funders policies ( ), including: Sverige – Formas – Forskningsrådet för Arbetsliv och Socialvetenskap (FAS) – Knut och Alice Wallenbergs Stiftelse – Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (RJ) – Vetenskapsrådet Norge/Noreg – Forskningsrådet

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8 Usage of Interactive RoMEO

9 Daily usage of interactive RoMEO

10 Our biggest users see data like this…

11 Daily usage of the RoMEO API

12 Who? What? CRIS databases All the institution/organisations publications Archiving rights checked against RoMEO (& updated) Links to full texts, where available Otherwise prompt author to deposit full text Ease of use increases the uptake of OA

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14 CRIS Suppliers using RoMEO Atira, Ålborg, Denmark – PURE – Avedas AG, Germany – Converis – Symplectic Ltd, UK – Symplectic Elements –

15 Improvements to RoMEO The RoMEO Journals Database

16 All journals have the same policy

17 Clients may have different policies

18 Some journals are special cases

19 Compiling our own journal database Harvested directly from publishers websites – Greater accuracy and timeliness – Better mapping of journals to publishers Extra data – Titles and publishers covered by Zetoc or DOAJ – Fewer journals without policies in RoMEO Extra fields – ESSN, Alternative titles, Selective availability of Paid OA Overcoming Zetoc problems – Trust order: RoMEO DOAJ Zetoc

20 RoMEO Journals by Country ~19,700 journals from 1,006 publishers

21 New RoMEO home page

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23 EGU is a client of Copernicus, so EGU policies apply

24 Exceptions to the policy

25 Special policy

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27 Internationalising SHERPA/RoMEO Translating RoMEO – RoMEO interface Portuguese, Spanish & Hungarian – RoMEO data German, Portuguese, Spanish & Hungarian – Planned future interface translation German – Translation wish list French, Japanese, Russian, etc.

28 Hungarian RoMEO

29 RoMEO data partners Blimunda Project, Portugal DINI, Germany HUNOR, University of Debrecen, Hungary Norsk RoMEO, Norway Nereus, Netherlands RECOLECTA, Spain McGill & Concordia Universities, Canada

30 RoMEO Publishers by Country

31 Alternatives to RoMEO colours

32 RoMEO Colours by Journal ( )

33 Best version that can be archived immediately with no embargo

34 Best version after embargo with no further restrictions

35 Best version after embargo and restrictions

36 Any Questions? RoMEO:http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeohttp://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo JULIET:http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/juliethttp://www.sherpa.ac.uk/juliet OpenDOAR:http://www.opendoar.org/http://www.opendoar.org/ Blog:http://romeoblog.jiscinvolve.org/http://romeoblog.jiscinvolve.org/ Peter Millington:


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