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Workshop presentation at the 2nd European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine (ECSP2), 6 September 2008.

Workshop presentation at the 2nd European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine (ECSP2), 6 September 2008.

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HeRA (Helsebiblioteket's Research Archive) - Open Repository solution for all Norwegian hospitals and health institutions HeRA (Helsebiblioteket's Research Archive) - Open Repository solution for all Norwegian hospitals and health institutions Presentation Transcript

  • HeRA Helsebiblioteket’s Research Archive – functionality and cooperation with other research archives in Norway 2nd European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine 4–6 September 2008 Sigrun E Aasen, Research Librarian & Hans P Fosseng, Web Editor
  • We will look at:
    • A short overview of institutional research archives in Norway
    • The Norwegian Electronic Health Library and HeRA
    • Challenges – technical issues
    • Challenges – at the institutional level
    • Burning issues – dialog with audience
    • Open Access policy by the Norwegian government
    6 September 2008
  • 6 September 2008 Frida ( USIT – universities) Only metadata of research publication. Universities HiO NFI Norwegian institute of public health NOKC ?? Brage – (BIBSYS) 30 – 40 university colleges’ repositories maintained by Bibsys Forskdok (BIBSYS) Only metadata of research publ. Universities University Colleges Research institutions (University)Hospitals? DUO - UiO BORA – UiB, HiB, NHH DIVA - NTNU MUNIN - UiTromsø HeRA – Helsebiblioteket’s Research Archive TeORA University.college in Telemark NORA Norwegian Open Research Archive - harvesting and search engine for all fulltext archives. Research documentation systems in Norway OAIster, Google, Google Scholar? PMC ?
  • About Helsebiblioteket
    • The Norwegian Electronic Health Library (Helsebiblioteket) provides free access to medical information resources to:
      • All Norwegian health personell
      • Students of medical and health sciences at universities and colleges in Norway
    • Owned by the Norwegian Directorate for Health and the four Regional Health Authorities
    • Hosted by The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services
    • Web site: www.helsebiblioteket.no
    6 September 2008
  • About Helsebiblioteket (2)
    • Provides free access for health personell to:
      • More than 2 000 medical journals
        • National IP access to Annals of Internal Medicine, BMJ, JAMA, The Lancet and NEJM including subjournals
      • Reference databases
        • Eg. MEDLINE, EMBASE, PsycINFO, British Nursing Index
      • National IP access to Cochrane Library and Clinical Evidence
      • Guidelines International Network (G-I-N)
      • Norsk Elektronisk Legehåndbok (NEL)
        • NEL is a Norwegian clinical knowledge resource
    6 September 2008
  • About HeRA
    • HeRA – Helsebiblioteket’s Research Archive is the Norwegian Electronic Health Library's (Helsebiblioteket) open research archive
      • http:// hera.helsebiblioteket.no /
    • For hospitals and other health institutions in Norway
      • For researchers with no access to eg. the medical faculties’ repositories
    • The archive contains research publications already published (post print archiving)
      • Full-text peer reviewed journal articles, reviews, reports and other publications
    6 September 2008 Photo: Marie-Lan Nguyen / Wikimedia Commons
  • About HeRA (2)
    • Uses Open Repository from BioMed Central
    • HeRA’s main objective: to make participating institutions’ research publications freely and easily accessible to the public worldwide through open access on the Internet
      • An important aspect of HeRA is to provide safe long-term archiving of publications
    • Indexed in OAIster, Google and other common search engines
    6 September 2008
  • HeRA web site – home page 6 September 2008
  • Find publications in HeRA 6 September 2008
  • A publication in HeRA 6 September 2008
  • Browse by the Norwegian Science Index 6 September 2008
  • Browse by institution 6 September 2008
  • Browse by institution (2) 6 September 2008
  • Browse by journals 6 September 2008
  • Browse by journals (2) 6 September 2008
  • Support for superusers 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 1 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 2 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 2, PubMed ID 6 September 2008 1. Copy the article’s PubMed ID
  • Submitting an article – step 2 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 3 6 September 2008 Automatically filled in from PubMed
  • Submitting an article – step 4 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 5 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 6 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 7 6 September 2008
  • Submitting an article – step 8 6 September 2008
  • Submission complete 6 September 2008
  • An article’s item record 6 September 2008
  • Challenges – technical and layout issues
    • Import/export functionallity
    • Researcher’s page
    • Number of institutions
    • Language
    • Support and new options
    6 September 2008
  • Indexing in Frida – export metadata and fulltext to HeRA 6 September 2008 Deliver fulltext document
  • I wish to archive this document in fulltext in my institutional archive 6 September 2008
  • Upload the article – imported to HeRA 6 September 2008
  • Institution’s homepage – cooperation with Frida/HeRA 6 September 2008
  • Researcher’s page 6 September 2008
  • The researcher need to log in and connect the articles to the researcher’s page. 6 September 2008
  • Researcher’s page in Frida
  • Number of institutions and language 6 September 2008
  • Support and new options 6 September 2008
  • New options
  • Challenges – at an institutional level
    • Priority and policy
    • Dialogue with the researchers
    • Routines in receiving and indexing publications
    • Support and cooperation
    6 September 2008
  • Priority and policy 6 September 2008
  • PubMed: My NCBI-search on researchers
  • Open Access journals – article to archive 6 September 2008
  • Link to the journals webpage 6 September 2008
  • Dialogue with the researcher – Author’s last manuscript before publishing 6 September 2008
  • Researcher’s publications indexed in PubMed
  • Article changed title when published
  • Find the journals policy for self-archiving 6 September 2008
  • Green publisher 
  • Routines and cooperation
    • Talk with researchers that are interested in OA.
    • Make it easy for them, just ask for their final manuscript sent for publishing.
    • Check SHERPA/RoMEO about copyright.
    • Unclear policy or other problems – find out.
    • Cooperate with collegues.
    • Show visibility in NORA, OAIster and Google.
  • Google – 4,7,8 of 10.900 items 
  • NORA (1) 6 September 2008
  • NORA (2) 6 September 2008
  • What impact in daily workflow do the repository have on the institution and the researcher?
    • ???
    6 September 2008
  • How do we reach out to the researchers with instructions on self-archiving and continous support?
    • ???
    6 September 2008
  • What is researchers expected to know about copyright, visibility and Open Access to the material?
    • ???
    6 September 2008
  • What is the Open access policy by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research?
    • The Ministry of Education and Research (Kunnskapsdepartementet) asked for advice from:
      • The Research Council of Norway (Forskningsrådet)
      • The Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions (Universitets- og høgskolerådet)
      • The Ministry will express a policy in beginning of 2009
    6 September 2008
  • Thank you!
    • Sigrun Espelien Aasen Research Librarian Helsebiblioteket.no – The Norwegian Electronic Health Library [email_address]
    • Hans Petter Fosseng Web Editor Helsebiblioteket.no – The Norwegian Electronic Health Library [email_address]