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Want to support and monitor the implementation of the FP7 Open Access pilot? Want to help your faculty members comply with the Open Access requirements of the European Commission (EC)? Interested in ...

Want to support and monitor the implementation of the FP7 Open Access pilot? Want to help your faculty members comply with the Open Access requirements of the European Commission (EC)? Interested in learning more about making your repository compliant with the OpenAIRE infrastructure? Want to add EC project data to your repository records and use OpenAIRE value-added functionality (post authoring tools, monitoring tools through analysis of document and usage statistics)? See the slides from our online workshop! In order to harvest and connect publications to related EC FP7 grant agreement and calculate the percentage of Open Access versus non-Open Access publications, the OpenAIRE project requires repositories to adapt to the OpenAIRE Guidelines. These are low-barrier requirements for OAI-PMH compliant repositories that build on the oai_dc and DRIVER Guidelines. When your repository is OpenAIRE compliant, its FP7 funded content is harvested periodically, indexed within the OpenAIRE portal and presented in the OpenAIRE search and browse section. In this way, FP7 funded research results deposited in your repository can achieve wider visibility and distribution – and be read, used and cited more widely by the global research community. Research managers in your institution will be able to compare your institutional performance in FP7 projects with the performance of other institutions in your country and within the European Union using the OpenAIRE FP7 publication statistics tool. You will also save time for researchers at your institution. Repositories, successfully harvested by the OpenAIRE, are entitled to display the OpenAIRE logo on their website, to certify quality and the global networked status of their content. The OpenAIRE project team can help you with your targeted advocacy activities to ensure that high quality content is deposited into your repository and then harvested by the OpenAIRE portal. We reach out to the researchers publishing FP7 funded articles and encourage them to self-archive in your repository.

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OpenAIRE "How to make your repository OpenAIRE compliant: EPrints" OpenAIRE "How to make your repository OpenAIRE compliant: EPrints" Presentation Transcript

  • Pedro Príncipe & José Carvalho , University of Minho How to make your repository OpenAIRE compliant Online workshop – January 23 and 24, 2012
  • AGENDA 1) OpenAIRE and compliancy with the ERC Scientific Council Guidelines for Open Access and the European Commission Open Access Pilot in FP7, Pedro Príncipe 2) How to make your repository OpenAIRE compliant, Pedro Príncipe & José Carvalho 3) Compliancy for EPrints, Christian Gutknecht, Repository Manager at Main Library University of Zurich 4) Questions and Answers. 2
  • OpenAIRE and compliancy with the EC/ERC OA policies 1/4 OpenAIRE in a nutshell… How to comply with the EC/ERC OA policies
  • The European Comission and the European Research Council want to provide the widest dissemination and access to the results of the research they fund. OpenAIRE implements the Open AccessOpenAIRE implements the Open Access requirements in EU Member Statesrequirements in EU Member States 4
  • Main goals Deliver an electronic infrastructure and supporting mechanisms for the identification, deposition, access, and monitoring of FP7 and ERC funded articles. Additionally, offer a special repository for articles that can be stored neither in institutional nor in subject-based/thematic repositories. All deposited articles will be visible and freely accessible world-wide through a new portal to the products of EU-funded research, built as part of this project. Work with several subject communities to explore the requirements and practices to deposit, access and manage research datasets in combination with research publications. 5 Helpdesk &Helpdesk & repositoriesrepositories OrphanOrphan repositoryrepository OpenAIREOpenAIRE portalportal Study &Study & OpenAIREplusOpenAIREplus
  • European Research Council December 2007December 2007 ERC Scientific Council publishes Guidelines for Open Access, as a follow up of its 2006 Statement on Open Access. ERC, requires: that all peer-reviewed publications from ERC-funded research projects be deposited on publication into an appropriate disciplinary or institutional repository, and subsequently made Open Access within 6 months of publication. 6
  • Open Access Pilot in FP7 August 2008August 2008 European Commission launched the Open Access Pilot in FP7 that will run until the end of the Framework Programme The pilot applies to 7 research areas: 1. Energy 2. Environment (including Climate Change) 3. Health 4. Information and Communication Technologies (Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics) 5. Research Infrastructures (e- infrastructures) 6. Science in society 7. Socio-economic sciences and the humanities 7
  • Open Access Pilot in FP7 Grant agreements in those 7 areas, signed after August 2008, contain a special clause (Special Clause 39) requiring beneficiaries: 1. to deposit articles resulting from FP7 projects into an institutional or subject based repository 2. to make their best efforts to ensure open access to these articles within six months (Energy, Environment, Health, Information and Communication Technologies, Research Infrastructures) or twelve months (Science in Society, Socio- economic Sciences and Humanities 8
  • Complying with FP7 and ERC requirements »»»»» What to deposit? »»»»» Where to deposit? »»»»» When to deposit? 9
  • What to deposit? Published version – publisher’s final version of the paper, including all modifications from the peer review process, copyediting and stylistic edits, and formatting changes (usually a PDF document) OR Final manuscript accepted for publication – final manuscript of a peer-reviewed paper accepted for journal publication, including all modifications from the peer review process, but not yet formatted by the publisher (also referred to as “post-print” version). 10
  • Where to deposit? Institutional repository – of the research institution with which they are affiliated OR (If this is not possible) Subject based/thematic repository OR Orphan Repository provided by OpenAIRE for articles that can be stored neither in institutional nor in subject-based/thematic repositories 11
  • When to deposit? Researchers should deposit their articles or manuscripts in a relevant repository immediately upon acceptance for publication, to be made open access within six or twelve month depending on the FP7 research area 6 Months Access Embargo 12 Months Access Embargo ERC All grant recipients after 2007 FP7 in the thematic areas: "Health", "Energy", "Environment" (including Climate Change)", and "Information & communication technologies" (“Cognitive Systems”, “Interaction” and “Robotics”) in the activity: "Research infrastructures" (e-infrastructures) in the thematic area: "Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities" in the activity: "Science in Society" 12
  • The pilot covers approximately 20% of FP7 projects: 13
  • How to comply workflow 14 REPOSITORY Submit manuscript to publisher Final author manuscript 14
  • Repository Managers How to support researchers? »» Make your repository OpenAIRE complaint»» Make your repository OpenAIRE complaint 15
  • How to make your repository OpenAIRE compliant 2/4 Steps to make your repository OpenAIRE complaint OpenAIRE guidelines
  • Steps to make your repository OpenAIRE complaint 1.1.Register your repository in OpenDOAR OpenDOAR is an authoritative worldwide directory of academic open access repositories. 2.2. Test compliancy with OpenAIRE Make your repository OpenAIRE complaint – by implementing the OpenAIRE Guidelines 17 3.3. Add your repository in OpenAIRE OpenAIRE in collaboration with OpenDOAR provides you an easy web tool to help you register the repository.
  • 1. OpenDOAR The first step is to register your repository in OpenDOAR. If you are already registered in OpenDOAR: – Check if the information is update – Attention to the URL and admin email 18
  • 2. OpenAIRE Guidelines First of all, compliance to the OpenAIRE guidelinesFirst of all, compliance to the OpenAIRE guidelines The purpose of OpenAIRE Guidelines is to make FP7/ ERC publications visible. To achieve this and allow central harvesting of FP7/ ERC publications, repositories must comply with some minimum technical requirements. “The OpenAIRE Guidelines are simple metadata specifications for repositories that need to be OpenAIRE compliant. After complying to the OpenAIRE guidelines, the repository will become the single entry point for researchers that want to deposit FP7 publications.” 19
  • 2. OpenAIRE Guidelines Make your repository OpenAIRE compliant by implementing the OpenAIRE Guidelines Plugins (popular repository platforms) helps to implement the guidelines Repository should enable the deposition of publication files and metadata (also info relative to the EC projects funding) Get EC project data 20
  • 2. Test the OpenAIRE compliance After you have made some progress in implementing the guidelines you should run a compliancy test. The OpenAIRE provides a validator where you can verify if the repository is truly compatible with the guidelines. www.openaire.eu:8380/dnet-validator-openairewww.openaire.eu:8380/dnet-validator-openaire Enter the OAI-PMH base URL of your repository and choose to test your repository against the OpenAIRE rule set. After running the test you can browse the results. Please make sure you have an ec_fundedresources set and that it contains at least one record. 21
  • 3. Join OpenAIRE After a short compliancy test, your repository will be ready to join OpenAIRE »» www.openaire.eu:8380/dnet-validator-openaire Use the validator web tool to register the repository 22
  • Compliant repositories – list in the portal 23
  • Find the repository in the portal 24
  • The portal inform about the repository compliance 25
  • OpenAIRE guidelines
  • OpenAIRE Guidelines Released in July 2010 (V. 1.1 Nov. 2010) – The OpenAIRE guidelines are supplementary and built on top of the DRIVER Guidelines  Plus fields: projectID, accessRights, embargoEndDate – All aspects of the DRIVER Guidelines are valid, with a very few exceptions  DRIVER compliancy recommended, not mandatory 27
  • OpenAIRE Guidelines OpenAIRE Set Content definitions: – The content to be inserted in the OpenAIRE set must be EC funded content Set naming   setName  setSpec*  The OpenAIRE set  EC_funded_resources set ec_funded_resources 28
  • OpenAIRE Guidelines New elements access_rights embargo_end_date projectID 29
  • OpenAIRE guidelines projectID 30 Element name  projectID DCMI definition  dc:relation Usage  Mandatory Usage instruction  A vocabulary of projects will be exposed by  OpenAIRE through OAI-MPH, and available for  all repository managers. Values will include . The projectID equals the Grant Agreement  number, and is defined by the namespace  info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP7 Example <dc:relation> info:eu- repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP7/12345 </dc:relation>
  • OpenAIRE guidelines accessRights 31 Element name accessRights DCMI definition dc:rights Usage Mandatory Usage instruction Use values from vocabulary Access Rights at http://wiki.surffoundation.nl/display/standard s/info-eu-repo/#info-eu-repo-AccessRights; values are: info:eu- repo/semantics/closedAccess info:eu- repo/semantics/embargoedAccess info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess Examples <dc:rights> info:eu- repo/semantics/openAccess </dc:rights>
  • OpenAIRE guidelines embargoEndDate 32 Element name embargoEndDate DCMI definition dc:date Usage Recommended Usage instruction Recommended when accessRights = info:eu- repo/semantics/embargoedAccess The date type is controlled by the name space info:eu-repo/date/embargoEnd/, see http://wiki.surffoundation.nl/display/standard s/info-eu-repo/#info-eu-repo- DateTypesandvalue. Encoding of this date should be in the form YYYY-MM-DD (conform ISO 8601). Examples <dc:date> info:eu- repo/date/embargoEnd/2011-05-12 <dc:date>
  • Compliancy for EPrints 3/4
  • Questions and Answers 4/4 Support information
  • www.openaireaire.eu
  • Helpdesk
  • Further Information Open access pilot in FP7: http://ec.europa.eu/research/scien ce-society/open_access Twitter: @OpenAIRE_eu Book an individual consultation with the OpenAIRE team members (January 25, 26 or 27) Contact: pedroprincipe@sdum.uminho.pt www.openaire.eu38
  • Questions and Answers 39 Pedro Príncipe pedroprincipe@sdum.uminho.pt – skype id ratodebiblioteca Christian Gutknecht christian.gutknecht@hbz.uzh.ch www.openaire.euwww.openaire.eu