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ALPSP Seminar “Preprint and Postprint Repositories” Institutional Repositories: The Repository Landscape. Bill Hubbard SHERPA Manager University of Nottingham. SHERPA -. Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation and Access Partner institutions

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Bill hubbard sherpa manager university of nottingham

ALPSP Seminar “Preprint and Postprint Repositories”Institutional Repositories: The Repository Landscape

Bill Hubbard

SHERPA Manager

University of Nottingham


Sherpa

SHERPA -

  • Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation and Access

  • Partner institutions

    • Birkbeck College, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Imperial College, Kings College, Leeds, LSE, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Royal Holloway, School of Oriental and African Studies, Sheffield, University College London,York; the British Library and AHDS

  • www.sherpa.ac.uk


Sherpa projects

SHERPA - projects

  • SHERPA

  • SHERPA Plus

  • OpenDOAR

  • SHERPA/RoMEO

  • SHERPA DP

  • EThOS

  • Institutional Repository Statistics (IRS)

  • MIDESS, IRIS, VERSIONS, SPECTRa and StORe


Uk institutional repositories

UK Institutional Repositories

  • AHDS S

  • Bath

  • Birkbeck S

  • Birmingham S

  • Bristol S

  • British Library S

  • Cambridge S

  • CCLRC

  • Cranfield

  • Durham S

  • Edinburgh S

  • Glasgow S

  • Imperial S

  • Lancaster

  • Leeds S

  • LSE S

  • Kings College S

  • Newcastle S

  • Nottingham S

  • Open University

  • Oxford S

  • Royal Holloway S

  • Sheffield S

  • St Andrews

  • SOAS S

  • Southampton

  • Stirling

  • Surrey

  • UCL S

  • York S

  • Warwick


1994 group

1994 Group

  • University of Bath

  • University of Durham

  • University of East Anglia

  • University of Essex

  • University of Surrey

  • University of Exeter

  • Lancaster University

  • Birkbeck University of London

  • Goldsmiths

  • LSE

  • Royal Holloway

  • University of Reading

  • University of St Andrews

  • University of Sussex

  • University of Warwick

  • University of York

  • 68% operational repositories or active repository programmes


Russell group

Russell Group

  • University of Birmingham

  • University of Bristol

  • University of Cambridge

  • Cardiff University

  • University of Edinburgh

  • University of Glasgow

  • Imperial College

  • King's College London

  • University of Leeds

  • University of Liverpool

  • LSE

  • University of Manchester

  • University of Newcastle

  • University of Nottingham

  • University of Oxford

  • University of Sheffield

  • University of Southampton

  • University of Warwick

  • University College London

  • 16 out of 19 operational

  • 2 more in pilot . . .


Ukcorr uk council of research repositories

UKCORR- UK Council Of Research Repositories

  • Arts and Humanties Data Service

  • University of Bath

  • Birkbeck College

  • University of Birmingham

  • University of Bristol

  • British Library

  • University of Cambridge

  • University of Chester

  • De Montfort University

  • University of Durham

  • University of Edinburgh

  • University of Glasgow

  • Imperial College

  • Kings College

  • University of Leeds

  • University of Liverpool

  • Liverpool John Moores

  • London School of Economics

  • University of Newcastle

  • University of Nottingham

  • Open University

  • University of Portsmouth

  • Royal Holloway

  • School of Oriental and African Studies

  • University of Sheffield

  • University of Southampton

  • University of Stirling

  • University of Strathclyde

  • University College, London

  • University of York


Repositories worldwide

Repositories - worldwide

  • Greece - 2

  • Hungary - 4

  • India - 13

  • Ireland - 2

  • Israel - 1

  • Italy - 20

  • Japan - 6

  • Mexico - 5

  • Namibia - 1

  • Netherlands - 17

  • New Zealand - 1

  • Norway - 2

  • Pakistan - 1

  • Peru - 1

  • Portugal - 4

  • Russian Federation - 2

  • Singapore - 2

  • Slovenia - 1

  • South Africa - 4

  • Spain - 9

  • Sweden - 14

  • Switzerland - 4

  • Taiwan - 1

  • Turkey - 1

  • United Kingdom - 57

  • USA - 153

  • Argentina - 1

  • Australia - 19

  • Austria - 3

  • Belgium - 8

  • Brazil - 30

  • Canada - 31

  • Chile - 2

  • China - 5

  • Columbia - 3

  • Costa Rica - 1

  • Denmark - 6

  • Finland - 4

  • France - 25

  • Germany - 53


Repositories are spreading because

Repositories are spreading because . . .

  • Give easy access

  • Give rapid access

  • Give long-term access

  • Increase readership and use of material

  • They offer advantages to academics

  • They offer advantages to institutions

  • They offer advantages to research funders

  • They offer new ways for information to be linked and used


National development

National development

  • Research-led universities adopting research repositories

    • extension with eTheses, data-sets, multimedia, etc

  • Policies for development

    • from research funders

    • from institutions

    • from departments

  • National perspective for services

    • of repositories, repository holdings

    • for search and analysis of contents

    • for UK research on the global stage


Repository content

Repository content

  • Theses

  • Dissertations

  • Royalty publications

  • Conference papers

  • Conference organisation

  • Grey literature

  • Preprints

  • Postprints

  • Datasets

  • Learning objects

  • Videos

  • Sound files

  • linkage between these objects


Repository use

Repository use

  • Access to material

  • Citation analysis

  • Overlay journals

  • Review projects

  • Evidence based work

  • Data-mining

  • Cross-institutional research group virtual research environments

  • RAE-like submissions, activities and management

  • Archival storage

  • “Shop-windows”

  • Facilitate industrial links

  • Career-long personalised work spaces


Search

Search

  • Google

  • Google Scholar

  • MSN Search

  • Yahoo

  • Various commercial services and initiatives

  • Oaister

  • ePrints.UK

  • EEVL Xtra

  • DART for European eTheses

  • EThOS for UK eTheses


Futures

Futures

  • 10 years - what changes are coming down the track and what responses are needed?

  • What is inside your control and what is outside?

  • Irrespective of repositories, author-side charges, open access - what will develop?

  • Developments in the web and ICT alone will produce substantial change . . .

  • Some themes . . .


Journals

Journals

  • Governments will not loosen the purse strings

  • Subscriptions per journal will continue to decline

  • Continued agglomeration of publishing concerns

  • Smaller publishers will continue to be squeezed and have to react

  • The big and the nimble will survive

  • Editorial and peer-review process will be technologically mediated

  • Unbundling of products, processes and services - with a global marketplace for service provision


Academics and it

Academics and IT

  • Increasing connectivity

  • Increasing demand for rapid, permanent access, everywhere

  • Increasing demand for more information

  • Increasing demand for free access

  • Information per se will be more freely available and the links between information will become the valued commodity


Research

Research

  • Full Economic Costing and Value For Money

  • Public awareness and availability

  • Raised awareness of IPR issues

  • Institutions being pressured to capitalise on their assets

  • Cross-disciplinary research

  • Synthesis - evidence based research - data mining

  • Emergence of global standards - quality control? - with a global marketplace for service provision


What will happen

What will happen?

  • Who knows? But whatever happens -

  • If definitive versions are of value to research work (and they are)

    • then they will be used

  • If journals are of value to research work (and they are)

    • then they will be used

  • If publishers are of value to research work (and they are)

    • then they will be used

  • If learned societies are of value to research work (and they are)

    • then they will be used

  • If repositories of work are of value to research work (and they are)

    • then they will be used


Bill hubbard sherpa manager university of nottingham

http://www.sherpa.ac.ukhttp:[email protected]


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