NJ ASA slides - Open Access Good Practice

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OA and REF: Jisc support
Neil Jacobs
Head of Scholarly Communications Support
E [email protected]
M 0784 195 1303
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The minimum requirements
1.
Deposit the final peer-reviewed draft of your
paper in the repository on acceptance
2.
The bibliographic record must be discoverable
ASAP
3.
The full text must be accessible ASAP (or once
an embargo has elapsed)
Deposit the final peer-reviewed draft of your
paper in the repository on acceptance
Deposit
• “Deposit”
– Improve Sherpa-FACT to cover REF deposit requirement
– Pilot “router” service to copy papers from publishers to repositories
in a timely way
– Discussions with Gold OA publishers (to start with) on getting the
accepted manuscript from their systems
• “final peer-reviewed draft”
– Metadata for repositories covering version identification
– Plug-ins, patches and upgrades to repository software
• “on acceptance”
– Metadata for repositories covering date of acceptance
– Changes to repository (and CRIS?) to provide auditable field for
acceptance date
The bibliographic record must be
discoverable ASAP
Discoverable
• Bibliographic record
– As noted, discussions with publishers, and via “router” service
– Opportunities to develop and share good practice and inform Jisc or
others on further activities needed, eg on deduplication
– Metadata profile to enable easy discoverability and integration with
records from elsewhere
– Enhanced over time through interaction with ORCID, CrossRef, etc
– Jisc encouraging use of international standards and HEIs
developing and sharing good practice
• Discoverable
– Aggregation: CORE, makes records more visible in web search
engines, and library discovery services.
• Also timestamps when the record was first harvested
– Search engine optimisation: advice for repository managers and
opportunities to develop and share good practice
The full text must be accessible ASAP (or once
an embargo has elapsed)
Accessible
• “full text”
– As noted, availability of full text from publishers being
explored
– Full text available to repositories from Europe-PMC where
allowed, through router service
• “accessible”
– Information and advice on Creative Commons licences
• “once an embargo has elapsed”
– date-stamped metadata field, perhaps populated by CrossRef
data (from NISO / Jisc work)
General support from Jisc
• “OA Good Practice” – pathfinder projects and community
• Repository shared services for deposit, discovery, usage data,
etc
• Repository technical support for most platforms
• Jisc-Monitor, potential for a Jisc shared service to help HEIs in
watching their publication output, expenditure, compliance?
• Plus: ongoing discussions in UK and across Europe on
coordinating policies, their expression and implementation, eg:
– Funder and publisher policy expression
– PASTEUR4OA project – policy alignment
– Closer working with OpenAIRE
Comments? Questions?

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