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Southampton University Research e-Prints - an opportunity for Chemistry http://eprints.soton.ac.uk School of Chemistry Away Day at Chilworth 7 th April 2005 Dr Jessie Hey Southampton University Library and School of Electronics and Computer Science
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Southampton University Research e-Prints - an opportunity for Chemistryhttp://eprints.soton.ac.ukSchool of Chemistry Away Day at Chilworth7th April 2005Dr Jessie HeySouthampton University Library and School of Electronics and Computer Science
Even the work of researchers in our own institution is still often unavailable to us
The Guardian March 14, 2005:
Scottish universities sign open access deal
The declaration commits each of its 16 university signatories to setting up online libraries of research findings and doctorate papers which all academics can access
good citation and information management practice
experimenting with best balance of assisted deposit
Hey, Jessie M.N. (2004) An environmental assessment of research publication activity and related factors impacting the development of an Institutional e-Print Repository at the University of Southampton. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 19pp. (TARDis Project Report, D 3.1.2) http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/archive/00006218/
based on work by the TARDis team
See also TARDis article in Ariadne http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/8986/
including also theses and dissertations, technical reports
Links to projects and web pages
Full text content
link to learning and
Increased citationsFeedback: Perceived benefits to University, Schools and Researchers
Articles freely available online are more highly cited. For greater impact and faster scientific progress, authors and publishers should aim to make research easy to access Nature, Volume 411, Number 6837, p. 521, 2001 Steve Lawrence “Online or Invisible?”
All rising to great place is by a winding stair
Common e-Print deposit:
postrefereed pre-journal version
We provide link to published version for joined up picture
University management (agreed Nov 2004) will support the next stage of a library managed repository for key role in research recording and visibility tasks
Collaboration with Information Systems Services and School of Electronics and Computer Science will continue although TARDis is completing its transition to invisibility.
'We see our Institutional Repository as a key tool for the stewardship of the University's digital research assets,' said Professor Paul Curran, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University. 'It will provide greater access to our research, as well as offering a valuable mechanism for reporting and recording it.
Jessie Hey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Southampton University Research e-Prints
email@example.com seen by e-Prints Soton team
Barbara Dorward - librarian for Chemistry