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1 Bill Hubbard SHERPA Manager University of Nottingham Repositories Initiatives & Structures Universitas21 Dublin, January 2009

2 Outline Δ A little background Δ Review of some initiatives Δ Some possible helpful conclusions

3 Existing facilities Δ Institutions have repositories –open to institutions academics Δ Networks of repositories –SHERPA, DARENet, ARROW - country networks –DRIVER - European network Δ Some specific subject repositories –arXiv - 482,478 items –UKPMC - 948,500 full-text articles –AgentLink Publications Clearinghouse items

4 Repository types

5 Repositories by Continent

6 Existing facilities - U21 Δ 13/21 have institutional repositories Δ 2/21 have subject-based repositories Δ Existing expertise in repositories and OA

7 Some initiatives... Δ SHERPA Δ RSP Δ Depot Δ Intute Repository Search Δ DRIVER Δ DART-Europe Δ NECOBELAC

8 SHERPA Page

9 RSP Page

10 Depot Page

11 Intute RS Page

12 DRIVER Page 1

13 DRIVER Page 2

14 DRIVER Page 3

15 DART Page

16 NECOBELAC... Δ Collaboration between Europe and Latin American and Caribbean countries to share health-care information Δ Promotion of repositories and open access services Δ Starting February 2009 Δ... watch this space...

17 Drawing conclusions Δ Collaborative self-help groups with an identity Δ Centralised focus for gathering information and offering support Δ Orphan repository in support of IR establishment Δ Research-led interface to IR and OA content Δ Technical and operational standards Δ Getting started and growing organically Δ Working with fellow-travellers

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19 Millennium Development Goals Δ Developed from 8 chapters of the United Nations Millennium Declaration: Δ Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Δ Achieve universal primary education Δ Promote gender equality and empower women Δ Reduce child mortality Δ Improve maternal health Δ Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases. Δ Ensure environmental sustainability Δ Develop a global partnership for development


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