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Report
Cadmus : recent achievements
and future challenges
Lotta Svantesson
EUI Repository Manager
14th SELL meeting
Florence, 23 May 2014
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Outline
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What is EUI, OA @EUI
What is Cadmus, scope
Content
Achievements: Highlights and news
Challenges: Highlights
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EUI community
4 departments : ECO, HEC, LAW and SPS
Interdisciplinary RSCAS and MWP
Current ‘EUI figures’
• 603 Researchers / Doctoral students
• 83 Faculty
• 149 Fellows and research staff
• 208 Administrative staff
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EUI supports OA
The EUI signed the international OA declarations in :
• 2012: Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI)
on its 10th anniversary
Signed by: 5779 individuals and 693 organizations*
• 2011: The Berlin Declaration on Open Access
to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities
Signed by: 478 organizations*
* updated figures on 21 May 2014
The EUI ‘Open Access Policy’:
an extract from EUI Code of Ethics in Academic Research as adopted by the
EUI Academic Council on 20 March 2013 (updated July 2013)
From Introduction:
“The EUI supports the principle of Open Access
and invites its members to facilitate the widespread
dissemination of their published research by reporting
and depositing their publications with the Institutional
Repository of the EUI – Cadmus.”
• Encourages
• Not Mandatory
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Cadmus, the EUI Research repository
It is the vitrine for EUI’s
research output
“Open Access increases
a work’s visibility, audience,
usage and citations, which
all convert to career building”
[Peter Suber, Open Access, 2012]
Recording the EUI Research output
Publication types: Books, Chapters, Theses, Journal articles,
Working Papers, Lecture series, Research reports
- More than 15,000 records
- More than 3.600 fulltext available in OA
- Record of publications appeared in one year: more than
1,000
- Added to Cadmus in one year: more than 2,000
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User Statistics
- Monthly visits:
+20,000
- Yearly visits:
+200,000
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Recent achievements
2013 Software
Upgrade
• DSpace (from
1.6.2 XML to 1.8.2
XML)
Interoperability
• OpenAIRE
compliant
• Worldcat
• Now Exploring
Discovery
inclusion
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Ranking web of Repositories
Cadmus ranking over time:
Ranking Position : Cadmus
January
January
January
January
July 2011
July 2012
July 2013
2011
2012
2013
2014
Top European Repositories
73
90
84
73
84
Top EU Repositories
na
na
na
na
75
65
79
Top Eurasia
na
na
na
na
100
86
94
Top Institutional Repositories
264
213
135
157
154
132
146
Top [World] Repositories
280
154
186
175
151
165
na
na
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Top Italy
na
July 2013
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1st in Italy
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73rd in Europe
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132nd worldwide
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Jan 2014, 14th edition
• 2nd in Italy
• 84th in Europe
• and 146th among institutional
repositories over the world
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Highlights: improvements for users
• Author names ‘clickable’ for browsing
• easier Working Paper
browsing with multiple
series names and
numbers
• Linking between theses
and published versions
(books)
Some 'oldies but goodies‘
• Usage statistics
• Annual Reports
production: export from
Cadmus
• automatic display on
departmental web
pages
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Cadmus staff
• Verifying publishers’ copyright
policies and author rights
• Checking article versions allowed
(pre-, post-print, published version)
• Book extracts, increasing
• Authors - sceptical
An article dealing with OA is not
always OA
Example: OUP (IJLIT) Licence to publish
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Does not require to remove pre-print version
article after publication
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Post-print version of article allowed 24 months
(!!!) after the online date of publication
How to deal with this?
COAR, LIBER, SPARC etc Recommendation on Open
Access Policies and maximum Embargo periods (12
months for the for social sciences and humanities)
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Tool for authors (and for staff)
Informs if journal/publisher allows the fulltext
OA archival of an article
Cadmus - makes it automatically
available elsewhere!
Usage
Statistics
EUI dept
web pages
Reports
EUI / dept /
author
EUI
Academic
Publications
Linked to
from EUI
Directory
DSpace
and
Google
Analytics
Google Scholar
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The yearly directory of EUI
Academic Publications
• Its bibliographic data
comes from Cadmus
• Is another vitrine for
EUI publications, online
• Illustrates more than
1,000 records issued in
2013
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Departmental publications web
pages
• Data and images are
taken from Cadmus
• Department
members’
publications shown
here automatically
and instantly
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Open Archives Initiative (OAI)
An international
standard for metadata
harvesting
A “body that promotes
standards in archiving
which allow systems to
operate successfully
together and exchange
information.”
Open Archives
Initiative
Protocol for
metadata
Harvesting
(OAI-PMH)
Cadmus is
compliant,
thus harvested
by other
portals
Increased
visibility
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Cadmus ‘plays well’ together with other
repositories and portals
Theses in fulltext
All Research in fulltext
FP7/ERC – Horizon 2020 Funds: obligation
EUI staff also populates
taking data from Cadmus
2013: Cadmus is OpenAIRE complaint
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Cadmus : DSpace Upgrade and
Open AIRE compliancy
Blog post on Cadmus
OpenAIRE compliancy
and WorldCat
synchronisation
News
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Grant number
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Embargo
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Better search
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Modern Layout
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Cadmus improvements: theses
• Link to fulltext theses from Cadmus
• A link between EUI theses and Published
Book versions is made
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EUI theses: Some figures
• totally 200 EUI theses are available
OA
• More than 100 ‘old’ theses titles
have been OCR scanned (for digital
archival reasons)
• Out of those scanned theses 30 are
available in OA (readable online in
Cadmus), i.e. almost 1/3 of those
scanned
• Future idea
• Improving communication with
alumni
• Authors will be approached
individually
• Authorisation form
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International Open Access Week
- A global event, now in its 7th year, promoting Open Access as a
norm in scholarship and research
– since 2011 @ EUI
- an opportunity for the academic and research community to
continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, to
share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire
wider participation
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Theses Embargoed access
• Four year embargo according to new EUI
academic rules and regulations
• All EUI theses available in Cadmus (OA) four
years after defence date
• Implementation of embargo rule to be
implemented by September 2014
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Technical objectives
• Upgrade of DSpace
(enable workflow for
self-submission)
• Exploring linking to
research data –
interoperability
• Reinforced OA policy
• Keep up the good track
in Ranking and Usage
Statistics
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Communication and OA advocacy
• Improve
communication with
EUI authors, projects all the EUI community
• Authors' Selfsubmission …. Not at
EUI
• Library's role: informing
and assisting (OA week)
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Thank you !
[email protected]
cadmus.eui.eu
Follow us on Twitter
@EUILib
@CadmusEUI
23 May 2014, Lotta Svantesson
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