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  1. 1. HAL ROUEN BUSINESS SCHOOL February 2011
  2. 2. What is Open Access ? Self-archiving Digital Online The Open Access refers to the self-archiving of peer reviewed research journal and conference articles, deposited in the author’s own institutional repository or open archive for the purpose of maximizing its accessibility, usage and citation impact OA means long-term storage (URL stability)
  3. 3. Open Access Benefits “Publish or perish” Response to the cost of the subscription-based journals, pay- per-view procedure or interlibrary –lending schemes Faster publication times than other types of journals Authorship “guaranteed” Readership larger than for traditional journals Increase the visibility of researchers OA publishing in order to receive more feedback, to be more frequently cited Raise the impact factor score Ensuring the conservation of academic research Traceability
  4. 4. Open Access Architecture OAI-PMH > Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting provides an application-independent interoperability framework based on metadata harvesting Two classes of participants in the OAI-PMH framework: > Data providers administer systems that support the OAI- PMH as a means of exposing metadata > Service providers use metadata harvested via the OAI- PMH as a basis for building value-added services service provider → data provider →harvesting
  5. 5. Open Access ArchitectureConcepts Harvester: operated by a service provider as a means of collecting metadata from repositories Repository: a network accessible server that can process the OAI-PMH requests. Managed by a data provider to expose metadata to harvesters Item: a constituent of repository. Each item has a unique identifier Unique identifier: identifies an item within a repository  Traceability
  6. 6. Open Access Repositories Directory of Open Access Repositories (OpenDOAR ): > lists more than 1000 academic open access repositories, about half of which are operated by rsearch institutes and libraries in Europe and one-third in North America Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR) ScienceCommons (creativecommons) OAIster (OAIster)
  7. 7. Open Access Historical survey 1991: ArXiv, US open e-print archive with articles in physics, mathematics and computer science 2meetings in order to accelerate progress in the international effort to make research articles freely available on the internet 2002 > Budapest Open Access Initiative: CNRS and INSERM supported the initiative 2003 > Berlin Declaration on open access to knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities: CNRS and INSERM were the first academic institutions in France to sign the Declaration 2003 > Bethesda Statement on Open Access Publishing for a better integrating actors of the publication process
  8. 8. OA in France Institutional background November 2000: CNRS created the Centre for Direct Scientific Communication (CCSD) Since 2000: CNRS and the Ministry of Higher Education have supported Revues.org project, centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte en Sciences Humaines et Sociales 2003: http: launch of Persée program 2008: the « Presses Universitaires de Lyon » became a partner in the OAPEN European Project which aims to publish books in Humanities and Social Sciences « as a model of print and digital publishing in OA »
  9. 9. OA in France Institutional background The ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) stated that « all publications produced during funded projects have to be deposited by researchers in the HAL open archive system » 2006: The major research institutions, the CPU (Conférence des Présidents d’Universités) and the CGE (Conférence des Grandes Ecoles) signed a Memorandum of Understanding, to identify, develop and promote the scientific production of researchers and faculty members. 2010: Agreement with other OA stakeholders, project of a « French Romeo database »
  10. 10. Open Access Copyright Contributors retain copyright in the contribution The deposit requires the agreement of all the authors Copyright protects the investment of both authors and publishers The contributor may post on any repository an abstract of his contribution Before publication: all rights belong to the creator of the work From publication: rights belong to the publisher > Many publishers allow the authors to archive their own final version of the manuscript after corrections and revisions > OA reviews (ex:M@n@gement) permit the published version of an article to be archived
  11. 11. HAL Hyper articles online 2000: CNRS created the HAL platform in order to be used by many research organisations to build their institutional repository OA open to all disciplines February 2011 > 160000 full-text documents > 314000 bibliographic references 3 business schools linked to HAL > HEC > ESSEC > Grenoble EM Specific portal dedicated to Social Sciences: HAL-SHS
  12. 12. HAL Hyper articles online HAL contributes to strengthen the visibility and attractiveness of French research Data replicated to CINES→reliability and certification Visibility on Google Scholar Visibility on REPEC “Research papers in Economics”, in collaboration with the American Economic Association Econlit database Connection with other international repositories (OAIster, Base-Search) Bibliometric tools, alerts, RSS feature, publication lists Safety deposit: once a document is online, it cannot be withdrawn, but modification is allowed
  13. 13. HAL Rouen BS http://hal-rbs.archives-ouvertes.fr Institutional portal in HAL Laboratories = Poles of research Fields = thematics Law and taxation/ Accounting and management control/Finance/ Economics/ Languages, culture and societies / Operations management and supply chain/Organization and human resource management/ Marketing/ Strategy and management /Information systems/ Entrepreneurship Document types= scholarly publications Peer-reviewed articles / Journal articles / Proceedings / Book chapters / Working papers / Theses / Dissertations…
  14. 14. HAL Publisher’s policy Respect of the publisher’s contract Check the editorial policies on Sherpa Romeo : policies towards depositing in open repositories Caution: there may be embargo periods Green Can archive pre-print and post-print Blue Can archive post-print (ie final draft post refereeing) Yellow Can archive pre-print (ie pre-refereeing) White Archiving not formally supported
  15. 15. HAL Publisher’s policyVersions identification Manuscript  Submission  Assessment  Corrections  Publication Pre-print Post-print PDF editor Version submitted to the publisher Last author version before publication = assessed and corrected Formatted published version
  16. 16. HAL RouenBS PortalMore about HAL ? Please contactEmilie Breton: ebr@rouenbs.frSandrine Palmer spl@rouenbs.fr

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