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Making Your Research Open Access:. Willow Fuchs Centre for Research Communications University of Nottingham. Using SHERPA SERVICES. Bournemouth University 26 th October 2011. Outline. RoMEO What is RoMEO ? Brief history Characteristics Key features Demo. JULIET What is JULIET?

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using sherpa services

Making Your Research Open Access:

Willow Fuchs

Centre for Research Communications

University of Nottingham

Using SHERPA SERVICES

Bournemouth University 26th October 2011

outline
Outline
  • RoMEO
    • What is RoMEO?
    • Brief history
    • Characteristics
    • Key features
    • Demo
  • JULIET
    • What is JULIET?
    • Key features
    • Demo
  • OpenDOAR
    • What is OpenDOAR?
    • Key features
    • Demo
the gold route
The “gold route”
  • Publish articles in an open-access journal

or

  • Publish in a “hybrid” journal that offers an open-access publishing option alongside traditional methods

http://www.doaj.org/

oa repositories the green route
OA repositories: the “green” route
  • Institutional, subject-based, or national repositories
    • Bournemouth University Research Online (BURO)
    • arXiv, UKPMC
    • HAL (Hyper Article on Line)
  • Authors deposit pre-print, post-print, or publisher’s pdf
  • As well as, not instead of, traditional journal publishing
will academics deposit in a repository
Will academics deposit in a repository?
  • Yes, if technically simple
  • Yes, if they and their immediate environment gain from it
  • Yes, if it causes no legal problems
  • Yes, if their funder requires it

Source: Kurt Mehlhorn, Berlin 8

  • RoMEO and JULIET address 3 and 4
romeo characteristics
RoMEO characteristics
  • Interpretation and clarification of publisher policies
  • Dialogue with stakeholders, particularly publishers and funders
  • ‘Honest broker’ role
  • Human and machine-readable interfaces
features
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
features1
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
features2
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
publisher search
Publisher Search
  • Publisher data
    • 1029 publishers
    • Locally recorded and maintained
features3
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
journal search
Journal Search
  • Journal data
    • ZETOC, British Library
    • DOAJ, Lund University
    • Entrez (journal title abbreviations), NCBI
    • Local ‘exceptions’ database
features4
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
features5
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
features6
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
features7
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
features8
Features
  • Growing Database -1000 Publishers (Sept 2011)
  • Colours (4 colours April 2004)
  • Publisher search (April 2004)
  • Journal search (Nov 2005)
  • Web interface and API (April 2006)
  • Funder compliance indicators (Nov 2006)
  • Use of publisher PDF’s (Aug 2008)
  • Paid-for OA options (Sep 2008)
  • Major Upgrade - expanded features (Oct 2009)
  • Upgrade - improved journal coverage (Aug 2011)
romeo demo
RoMEO DEMO

www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/

juliet
JULIET
  • List of funder OA requirements
  • Links to policies
  • Sorting under various headings
  • Launched in June 2006
  • Potential for expansion

www.sherpa.ac.uk/juliet/

opendoar
OpenDOAR
  • Directory of Open Access Repositories
  • About 1800 repositories listed
  • List repositories
  • Search repositories
  • Search repository content

www.opendoar.org

questions
Questions?

Willow Fuchs - Open Access Adviser

willow.fuchs@nottingham.ac.uk

Centre for Research Communications

http://crc.nottingham.ac.uk/