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  • Limited resource – not most high tech solutions but fit for purpose. Mapping for re-use.
  • The objectives of the publications policy are: To increase the visibility of research publications produced by staff employed by or associated with the University of Glasgow  To ensure that research outputs are prepared and curated in a way which helps maximise the value that they have for the university in terms of the external use of bibliometric data e.g. league tables, post-2008 RAE Staff concerns: Content What should be provided? How? When? Copyright Will you ask me to break © agreements? What support is available? Context How will this data and the full text be seen and accessed? Citations Will the open access versions be cited rather than the publisher version? Impact on citations Different Deposit Models Self deposit by academic staff Proxy deposit by administrative staff on behalf of academics Fully mediated deposit (full text sent via e-mail to Library) Different Publication Data Models Added directly into Enlighten or, Imported from departmental publications databases (Reference manager, EndNote etc.) Copyright and Funder Issues Library staff will review and check copyright, funder and open access conditions for material We use Google Analytics in Enlighten. This shows 2009 and 2010, we have seen 90% increase in visits to Enlighten; search engines, in particular Google account for more than three quarters of the traffic to the site. 75% of access comes from search engines, in particular Google.
  • A range of staff might do these updates e.g. academic, administrator in college, central administration.
  • Author disambiguation was addressed and a similar view can be done by author rather than funder.
  • List of outputs from 2008 onwards is displayed.
  • Currently held separate to main EPrints records so staff and administrators can amend and there is no conflict.
  • During the mini-REF 200 + staff self-deposited records 4000 + new records were added
  • Impact for specific outputs has been partially developed but currently disabled pending RCUK requirements. In addition to short abstracts and metadata we are looking at how we might store the full case studies on the repository.
  • Word and excel versions but could be extended to XML e.g. CERIF. Reports only available to administrators. REF working group very pleased with how this worked for our internal exercise. We are going to link in existing UoA data to present by UoA.
  • This is an example of a staff profile on our corporate web space. Different perspectives possible e.g. project based, research theme based. The University is currently re-structuring from Faculties and departments to a smaller number of colleges and schools. The staff profiles are being revised with data for publications and projects being refreshed by our corporate web team. We have seen examples of profiles elsewhere e.g. Newcastle.
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    • 1. The Enquire Project Valerie McCutcheon Operations Manager Research & Enterprise [email_address] http://researchoutcomes.wordpress.com/
    • 2. Project Overview
      • Capture and re-use of outputs and impacts
      • Build on Enrich – integrated the repository
      • Prepare environment for new requirements
      • Sharing solutions
      REF RCUK HEBCIS
    • 3. Evolution of Enlighten Enlighten: Hybrid Institutional Repository - Mandatory Deposit - Wide Range of Item Types - Mostly Metadata Enlighten: Institutional Repository - Voluntary Deposit - Limited Item Types - Mostly Full Text JUNE 2008 – Publications Policy 2001- 2010- JISC Projects: DAEDALUS to Enrich and Enquire
    • 4. Existing Functionality - Linking Awards and Outputs
      • Award data from Research System where "publicity flag = “yes“
    • 5. Browse by Research Funder Name
    • 6. Link from Research System
    • 7. Enquire Project – Summary
      • Additional Entities in core systems
      • RCUK definitions delayed
      • Mini-REF but generic
      • ePrints* module developed and shareable
      • REF selections
      • Web profile selections
      • Comment on practicality of requirements
      • Blog
      • * Original RAE module developed by Institutional Repositories for Research Assessment project (IRRA)
      • http://irra.eprints.org/
    • 8. Enabling Additional Content Types
    • 9. MiniREF Selections
    • 10. MiniREF Selections 2
    • 11. MiniREF Selection Details
    • 12. Impact and Esteem
    • 13. Impact and Esteem 2
    • 14. REF Reporting
    • 15. Staff A to Z with Publications
    • 16. Enlighten Dev
    • 17. Lessons and Plans
      • Lessons
      • Prepare for volume of queries
      • Plans
      • Implementation of RCUK and REF requirements
      • Update mapping of entities across requirements
      • Testing data exchange with RCUK
      • Advocacy – completeness of data, managing demands and expectations
      • ePRINTS CODE FOR REF WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ALL
      • http://researchoutcomes.wordpress.com/
      • In a hurry? Email us:
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