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Slides for Carnegie Research Seminar 22nd Feb 2012

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    • Introducing Symplectic ElementsNick Sheppard – Repository DeveloperJames Fisher – Information Services Librarianrepository@leedsmet.ac.uk
    • Research Management at Leeds Met• Lack of a centralised system• What is the repository for? • Full-text research outputs (Open Access to research) • Bibliographic database • Carnegie current totals (22/02/12): • 876 records • Of which 96 include full text• Fully mediated via the library• No links to other systems (e.g. iTrent)• Makes it difficult to re-use data (e.g. Staff profiles)
    • Symplectic Elements• LDAP authentication for all academic staff• Manage own research profile (if you want!)• Automatically retrieve bibliographic data from citation databases• Web of Knowledge / PubMed Central / (Scopus?)• Notified by email when new publication retrieved• Easily import data from existing records (e.g. EndNote)• Reuse data to populate dynamic bibliographies on staff webpages• Nominate outputs for the REF• Deposit full-text to the repository with a single click• Will NOT impact on established faculty process• WILL allow you to take greater ownership of your own research profile
    • UniversityResearch Office /Faculty Admin / LLI/ Repository teamImport of existing Feed dynamic Database of Leeds bibliographies to staff /EndNote libraries Met research faculty / research centreManual data entry web-pages LDAP authentication for all academic staff to manage research profile. Link to repository to deposit full-textPrimary data source research outputs (where permitted by copyright.) Full text only? Nominate REF Research Excellence Framework 2014Primary data source submissions Full text + REF Case Studies metadata (Linked to relevant research / OER) Comprehensive One click (eTheses)Potential data source reporting (individual / deposit to(require subscription) faculty / institution) repository Linked to relevant research
    • Links• Symplectic - https://symplectic-web.leedsmet.ac.uk/• Carlton Cooke (with manually added links): • http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/carnegie/05C2C8BFDC6F4 BF194160B3666B5362E.htm• Staff profile pages populated from Symplectic: • http://www.keele.ac.uk/chemistry/staff/sallin/ • http://www1.imperial.ac.uk/medicine/people/neil.fergus on/publications/
    • How to make your work Open Accessthrough the Leeds Met repository• Prepare paper & submit to journal of choice for peer review• Make changes required as a result of peer review process• Submit final version to the journal• Deposit that same final version to Sam Armitage in the University Research Office• A bibliographic record of your research output will then be added to the repository• Sam will liaise with the repository team and check journal copyright conditions on your behalf• If permitted under copyright, the full text will be added to the record and made live in accordance with any publisher restrictions
    • Open Access• Open dissemination?• Immediate• Free (to use)• Free (of restrictions)• Access to the peer-reviewed literature (and data)• Not vanity publishing• Not a ‘stick anything up on the Web’ approach• Moving scholarly communication into the Web Age
    • Why Open Access?• Greater impact from scientific endeavour• More rapid and more efficient progress of science• Novel information-creation using new and advanced technologies• Better assessment, better monitoring, better management of scienceScience and scholarship are cumulative. Open Access canAccelerate their pace by allowing new connections – big orsmall – to be made faster SPARC 2010
    • Open Access: Who benefits?• Researchers• Institutions• National economies• Science and society
    • The Leeds Met repository provides...• The means to disseminate your work to the world• Secure storage (for completed work and for work-in- progress)• A location for supporting data that are unpublished• One-input-many outputs (CVs, publications)• Tool for research assessment (REF)• Personal marketing tool• The route to maximal visibility and impact for your work
    • Repositories… “are vital touniversities’ economies andto the UK economy as awhole.” Professor J Drummond Bone Past President, Universities UK
    • 2010 in numbers• Total number of records = 790• Number of full text = 196• 8,656 absolute unique visitors• 53,663 pageviews• Total of 11,385 visits from 121 countries