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Managing Research Outputs - embedding repositories into institutional research processes -. Bill Hubbard SHERPA Manager. UKSG 31 st Annual Conference April 2008. Session. Who we all are How we got here Where we are going What parts we might play What paths we might take

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Managing research outputs embedding repositories into institutional research processes

Managing Research Outputs - embedding repositories into institutional research processes -

Bill Hubbard

SHERPA Manager

UKSG 31st Annual Conference

April 2008


Session

Session

  • Who we all are

  • How we got here

  • Where we are going

  • What parts we might play

  • What paths we might take

  • When will things develop


Who we all are

Who we all are

  • Academic researchers

  • Funders

  • Institutional managers

  • Repository administrators and librarians

  • Publishers

  • Abstracting and analysis services

  • Information system providers

  • Learned societies . . .


How we got here

How we got here

  • Repositories holding digital duplicates of research papers for wider and faster dissemination and greater readership

  • Development from project to service

  • Development of content

  • Development of facilities

  • Re-scoping of repositories


Repositories by continent

Repositories by continent


European repositories

European Repositories


Repository types

Repository Types


Repositories in russell 1994 groups

Repositories in Russell & 1994 Groups

  • 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

  • Queen’s 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


Where we are going content

Where we are going - content

  • Duplicates of research articles . . .

  • Conference materials

  • eTheses

  • Book chapters

  • Monographs

  • Research data

  • Grey research literature

  • Non-research materials


Bbsrc publications policy

BBSRC Publications Policy


Bbsrc data policy

BBSRC Data Policy


Where we are going facilities

Where we are going - facilities

  • Exposure for harvesting . . .

  • Linkage to departmental pages

  • Linkage to personal pages - career logs

  • RAE/REF - citation and usage analyses

  • Beyond pdf - text and data-mining

  • Virtual Research Environments

  • Web 2.0 - mash-ups and tagging


Where we are going re scoping

Where we are going - re-scoping

  • Teaching and learning

  • Professional support environments

  • Course administration

  • Communication environments

  • Preservation and true archives

  • Institutional choice - for most research-led institutions, a focus on research . . .


Expanded research intentions

Expanded research intentions

  • Supporting research through repositories

    • researchers’ needs

    • institutional goals

    • researchers’ and institutional working practices

    • research communication

    • research itself

    • research process

    • research assessment


Where we are going embedding

Where we are going - embedding

Institutional integration

  • Workflows

  • Repository as a set of services

  • Staffing and management

  • Funder mandate compliance

  • Information management & REF

  • Exploitation and outreach

  • Virtual research environments


What now

What now?

  • What is the bigger picture?

  • What parts should we play?

  • What paths should we take?

  • When will things develop?


Managing research outputs embedding repositories into institutional research processes

Bill Hubbard

SHERPA Manager

[email protected]

www.sherpa.ac.uk


Sherpa projects and services

SHERPA Projects and Services

www.sherpa.ac.uk

www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo

www.sherpa.ac.uk/juliet

www.opendoar.org

www.rsp.ac.uk

www.driver-community.eu


Abstract of session

Abstract of session

  • In the UK we have passed beyond the first stage of repository adoption, with a significant number of institutional repositories now gathering content. While much remains to be done in getting complete coverage within all HEIs, the first wave of establishment is becoming embedded within institutional processes. How are these repositories developing beyond their original conception, with different content and usage? How are institutions responding to the opportunities and challenges that are arising, from funder mandates, publishers' options and the needs of information management?

  • This session will offer an interactive opportunity to examine these issues, opportunities and emergent best practice.


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