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  1. Open access and repository developments Alma Swan Key Perspectives Ltd Truro, UK

  2. Principles Places Participation Policies Pulling Purposes Plans Patterns Plenty of P-words! Key Perspectives Ltd

  3. Principles Key Perspectives Ltd

  4. Open Access: What is it? • Online • Immediate • Free (non-restricted) • Free (gratis) • To the scholarly literature that authors give away • Permanent Key Perspectives Ltd

  5. Open Access: Who benefits? • Benefits to researchers themselves • Benefits to institutions • Benefits to national economies • Benefits to science and society Key Perspectives Ltd

  6. Open Access: How? • Open Access journals (www.doaj.org) • Open Access repositories (author ‘self-archiving’) Key Perspectives Ltd

  7. Places Key Perspectives Ltd

  8. Open Access repositories • Interoperable – worldwide database of research • circa 800 worldwide and growing at an average of 1 per day • Growth of content is rather less encouraging Key Perspectives Ltd

  9. Universal archives • OARA: Peter Suber’s venture with the Internet Archive • Google Base • Tampere University has opened its own archive (Tampub) to ‘all scholars’ • UK universal archive being built in Edinburgh and funded by JISC Key Perspectives Ltd

  10. Participation(by users) Key Perspectives Ltd

  11. Usage stories • UoC’s eScholarship repository has now logged 2 million downloads • 2 years - 0.5m • 1 year – 1m • 9mths – 2m • 10K records at end 2005 • University of Otago Business School • Launched mid-November • 20K downloads by mid-February • 220 articles! Key Perspectives Ltd

  12. Policies Key Perspectives Ltd

  13. Author readiness to comply with a mandate 5% 14% 81% Key Perspectives Ltd

  14. Mandates • In 5 institutions • More on the way • From 5 funders • More on the way… Key Perspectives Ltd

  15. USA • NIH: Strengthening now very likely Require not request 6 months rather than 12 • CURES: 6-month delay permitted but… deposit at acceptance (in PMC) • FRPAA: All research funded by the largest agencies Key Perspectives Ltd

  16. UK • Wellcome Trust ($750m) • Research Councils UK 4 out of 8 have a mandate and 1 has a strong encouragement Key Perspectives Ltd

  17. Pulling Key Perspectives Ltd

  18. Finding OA stuff • OA search engines, e.g. OAIster • National-level search services, e.g. DAREnet (Netherlands) and ARROW (Australia) • Internet search engines, e.g. Google Scholar, Microsoft Live Academic Key Perspectives Ltd

  19. Purposes Key Perspectives Ltd

  20. Research assessment • Bronze release of EPrints and DSpace for RAE (IRRA project) (N.B. UK Research Assessment Exercise will from now on be based on ‘metrics’) • Developments in usage statistics reporting Key Perspectives Ltd

  21. Plans for repositories Key Perspectives Ltd

  22. Linking UK repositories • User requirements – what services are needed? • Roles and responsibilities involved • Technical architecture • Business models Key Perspectives Ltd

  23. Servicesbuiltontorepositories KeyPerspectivesLtd

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  27. Servicesbuiltontorepositories KeyPerspectivesLtd

  28. Patterns for repositories Key Perspectives Ltd

  29. Purdue University’s model Key Perspectives Ltd

  30. Thank you for listening aswan@keyperspectives.co.uk www.keyperspectives.co.uk Key Perspectives Ltd