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Presentation by Hugo Besemer to WUR/IAALD Meeting: Making Agricultural Information Available and Accessible, Wageningen, 13 November 2008.

Presentation by Hugo Besemer to WUR/IAALD Meeting: Making Agricultural Information Available and Accessible, Wageningen, 13 November 2008.

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  • The Wageningen WaY Hugo Besemer Wageningen UR
  • “ The Wageningen WaY”
    • WAgeningen Yield
    • What it is: a database of all publications from Wageningen UR
    • Links to full text (after ± 2000)
    • Public documents are made public
  • Why not just the Wageningen repository?
    • Authors do not submit material
    • Data entry through Metis project registration system
    • Data entry by office managers Science Groups
    • Consistence checked by the Library
    • Submission required as part of the reporting cycle
    View slide
  • Consequences
    • No subject indexing
    • Comprehensive
    • Science groups have to invest, so there should be incentives
    View slide
  • Incentives?
    • Science Groups and authors can insert lists in their websites
    • Specific reports that are required for reporting
    • And of course making publications accessible is in the interest of Science groups and authors
  • Making accessible
    • Of course the Dutch academic repositories
    • And OAISTER
    • But also RSS feeds
    • Scirus / Scopus
  • What we are working at now
    • Direct links to citation data (Web of Science, Scopus)