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Funded by the Library and the Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Digital Repository @ Iowa State University is a service for Iowa State's faculty, students and staff to manage, ...

Funded by the Library and the Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Digital Repository @ Iowa State University is a service for Iowa State's faculty, students and staff to manage, preserve and provide access to their scholarship. This presentation provides an overview of open access and introduces the repository to the Library Liaisons.

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    • LibraryOpen Access and DigitalRepositoriesLorrie Pellack and Harrison W. InefukuLibrary Liaison MeetingsNovember 13 –14, 2012
    • Image from: Fran Jurga’s Hoof Blog, November 7, 2012 post on Open Access : http://www.hoofblog.com/ Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 2 of 27
    • Based on data from Directory of Open Access Journals Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 3 of 27
    • Gold OA Publishing – authors publish in an open access journal thatprovides immediate OA to all of its articles on the publishers website.Examples of OA publishers are BioMed Central and the Public Library ofScience. Hybrid open access journals provide Gold OA only for thoseindividual articles for which their authors (or their authors institution orfunder) pay an OA publishing fee. Green OA Self Archiving – authors publish in any journal and then self-archive a version of the article for free public use in their institutionalrepository, in a central repository (such as PubMed Central), or on someother OA website. What is deposited is the peer-reviewed postprint– either the authors refereed, revised final draft or the publishersversion of record.Taken from Wikipedia article on “Open Access” (Oct. 5, 2012) Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 4 of 27
    • Open Access in Scientific Disciplines – 2009Björk, B. C.; Welling, P.; Laakso, M.; Majlender, P.; Hedlund, T.; Guðnason, G. N. (2010). Scalas, Enrico. ed. "Open Access to the Scientific Journal Literature:Situation 2009". PLoS ONE 5 (6): e11273. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011273 Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 5 of 27
    • OpenDOAR – Directory of Open Access Repositories http://www.opendoar.org/ • Growth increase due to U.S. federal mandates for open access Subjects in OpenDOAR Open Access Repository Types Content Types in OpenDOAR Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 6 of 27
    • Benefits of Open Access RepositoriesSociety as a whole benefits from an expanded and accelerated research cycle in whichresearch can advance more effectively because researchers have immediate access to all thefindings they need.The visibility, usage and impact of researchers findings increases with OA, as does theirpower to find, access and use the findings of others.Universities co-benefit from their researchers increased impact, which also increases thereturn on the investment of the funders of the research.For teachers, Open Access means no restrictions on providing articles for teaching purposes.Only the URL need be provided.Source: Steven Harnad – http://www.eprints.org/openaccess/ Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 7 of 27
    • Benefits to ResearchersIncreased visibility – easily available to whole world – indexed by GoogleAuthor profilesAuthor bibliographiesCollect all institutional materials in one placeDownload statistics for each item/authorPermanent preservationWay to provide digital output for printed materialsFacilitating sharing of digital teaching materials and aids Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 8 of 27
    • Further Information on OAOpen Access article from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_accessDirectory of Open Access Repositories – http://www.opendoar.org/SHERPA/RoMEO – http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ (The place to check and see specific publisher copyright policies and info on self-archiving.)Self-Archiving FAQ – http://www.eprints.org/openaccess/self-faq/Directory of Open Access Journals – http://www.doaj.orgOpCit http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html (Nice summary source for Open Access impact and further reading.) Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 9 of 27
    • Digital Repository @ Iowa StateUniversity • Partnership between Library and Vice President for Research and Economic Development • Recognizes value of extending access to and raising awareness of campus research http://lib.dr.iastate.edu Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 10 of 27
    • Your Scholarship, Your Tool • As an open access, non-commercial institutional repository, Digital Repository @ Iowa State University: • Expands access to your scholarship; • Increases citation counts; and • Grows your reputation, the reputation of your department, your college and your university. Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 11 of 27
    • Support Grant Funded Research • Meet current and future federal mandates for publicly accessible scholarship and data; • Increases dissemination of grant-funded research • National Science Foundation Broader Impacts: “Broad Dissemination to Enhance Scientific and Technological Understanding” Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 12 of 27
    • Who’s contributed so far? Unit # of items Graduate College (Theses and 2466 theses and dissertations Dissertations) Animal Science (Animal Industry 1358 articles Reports) Iowa State Daily 100 issues Library (Faculty and Staff 69 articles, images, books Publications) Registrar (University Catalogs) 12 catalogs• Individual faculty: • Peter J. Reilly (Chemical and Biochemical Engineering) • Patricia A. Thiel (Ames Lab, Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering) Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 13 of 27
    • 140000120000100000 80000 60000 All-time 40000 per Month 20000 0Rapid Growth: Total DownloadsToday: 149,184 downloads Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 14 of 27
    • Most downloaded items1000+ downloads since mid-April Author Title Downloads Jacob Flaws Bystanders, blackmailers, and perpetrators: Polish 1788 complicity during the Holocaust Priyanka N. Chawls: Analysis of a middle class housing type in 1339 Karandikar Mumbai, India Juhee Kang Social media marketing in the hospitality industry: 1130 The role of benefits in increasing brand community participation and the impact of participation on consumer trust and commitment toward hotel and restaurant brands Sungmin Hyun Re-examination of Herzbergs Two-Factor Theory of 1114 Motivation in the Korean Army Foodservice Operation Andrea Mary A novel and cost-effective hydrogen sulfide removal 1060 Siefers technology using tire derived rubber particles Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 15 of 27
    • Expand yourreachReach researchers andother informationseekers who aren’tsubscribed to yourjournals.Reach an internationalaudience (visitors from155 countries andterritories). Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 16 of 27
    • Integration With Other Sites • Your articles are given a stable URL • RSS feeds allow you to pull repository content into your department’s Web site or your personal Web site • We provide backlinks to your unit’s Web site and can stream RSS feeds Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 17 of 27
    • What else can we do for you? • Permissions Checking • Determine whether the full-text of an article may be deposited; • Identifying which version of an article may be deposited; and • Obtaining and depositing the final PDF of the article, where allowed. • Readership Statistics • Publishing Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 18 of 27
    • Copyright andPermissionsCheckingDeposit in DigitalRepository @ Iowa StateUniversity does notaffect a work’s copyright.Works in the repositoryare deposited inaccordance with UnitedStates Copyright Lawand respects publishers’policies. Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 19 of 27
    • Readership StatisticsMonthly e-mail indicating # of items in the repository, # ofdownloads for month and total # of downloads. Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 20 of 27
    • Readership StatisticsOnline interface providing download counts, search queries andreferring Web sites. Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 21 of 27
    • More Than Journal Articles… • Other materials produced on campus that be showcased in the repository: • Theses and dissertations • Creative components • Conference presentations • Departmental and college newsletters • White papers, technical reports, grey literature Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 22 of 27
    • A Powerful Publishing Tool • An institutional and professional publishing tool • Supports peer review workflows • Can be used for: • Journals • Conference Proceedings • Electronic Books http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ans_air/vol658/iss1/ Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 23 of 27
    • Campus and Library ContentTheses and Dissertations Newspapers, Newslettershttp://lib.dr.iastate.edu/me_etd http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/iowastatedaily_2012-03 Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 24 of 27
    • Next steps? • Highest priority: Work with researchers who need to provide access to their scholarship to satisfy or secure grant funding • Pilot Departments: Identify departments, programs, centers, offices and other units to begin populating the repository • Interested in participating? • Departments and Programs: Contact your Subject Librarian • Administrative Units and Student Organizations: Contact University Archives • Centers and Institutes and other campus units: Contact the Digital Repository Coordinator Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 25 of 27
    • How can I contribute as an individual? 1. Send the Digital Repository Coordinator a CV or a citation list • The Library will take care of permissions checking and depositing publishers’ PDFs, in accordance with copyright and publisher policy 2. Set up a meeting with the Digital Repository Coordinator (or other librarian) to discuss permissions in relation to your CV Self-submission is currently not supported. Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 26 of 27
    • Contact Information Harrison W. Inefuku Digital Repository Coordinator 204 Parks Library 515-294-3180 hinefuku@iastate.edu Open Access and Digital Repositories, November 13–14, 2012 27 of 27