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  • Management, Population and Marketing of institutional repositories Iryna Kuchma, eIFL Open Access program manager, eIFL.net Presented at “ Open Access: Maximising Research Quality and Impact ” wor kshop, July 2 3 2009, Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Open repositories value
    • Author:
    • Long-term preservation
    • usage statistic
    • personal web-pages
    • identification/profile/projects/competence/
    • social/professional expertise – networking and information retrieval (e.g. up-to-date CV & publications list), re-use tracking
  • Open repositories value
    • Repository manager:
    • intelligent submission
    • advanced and enhanced metrics
    • automatic version management
  • Open repositories value
    • User:
    • Trailing other searches
    • social tagging
    • localization in the map of science (knowledge map), semantically enhanced publications to automatically extract the data set
    • personal comments as bookmarks/memory aids/relevance statement (searchable attribute), automatic citation generation
    • wish list and request notification
    • mobile access to repositories (to-t-s)
    • project’s social maps
  • Open repositories value
    • Visualization of Networks:
    • Persons, Projects, Publications, Ideas, Geography
    • Easy depositing:
    • Metadata extraction, Version linkage, Object extraction
    • Repository personalization:
    • Mark documents, Comment documents
  • Open repositories value
    • Gratification mechanisms:
    • Feedback, Statistic, Work assistance, Re-use display
    • Dissolution of system boundaries:
    • Linking, Work integration, Communication devices, Collaboration
    • Transparent system behavior
  • Open repositories value
    • Thanks to break-out session:
    • Access Data Mining: A new foundation for Added-value services in full text repositories
    • at CERN workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communications (OAI 6),
    • June 16-20, 2009
  • Nepal
    • Open repository:
    • Subject areas: e.g. medical publications, social sciences, agriculture, climate changes, etc.
    • Content: e.g. journal articles, ETDs, conference presentations, reports, data
    • Participating institutions: communities and collections – content management
    • Shared hardware and software
  • Thank you ! Questions ? Iryna Kuchma iryna.kuchma[at]eifl.net; www. eifl .net The presentation is licensed with Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License