Discovering open access content: a conversation

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This presentation was developed for Online Northwest 2014 to be a conversation around the OAWAL Project: https://library3.hud.ac.uk/blogs/oawal/ and in particular discovery of open access materials. Any feedback about discovery of OA resources can be directed to me or to the wiki/blog comments section.

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Discovering open access content: a conversation

  1. 1. DISCOVERING OPEN ACCESS CONTENT: A CONVERSATION
  2. 2. WHAT IS DISCOVERABILITY?  Successful integration into librarians’ infrastructure for content Somerville, Mary M., & Conrad, LettieY. (2014). Collaborative Improvements in the Discoverability of Scholarly Content: Accomplishments, Aspirations, and Opportunities. A SAGE White Paper. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE. URL: http://www.sagepub.com/repository/binarie s/pdf/improvementsindiscoverability.pdf doi: 10.4135/wp140116  Integration across discovery channels  Relevant results found  Smooth authentication & usability
  3. 3. ADDITION OF GLOBAL OA TO LIBRARY CATALOG & DISCOVERY SYSTEM  DOAJ  DOAB/OAOPEN  OASPA  Curated from commodity-based providers  Other Options?
  4. 4. PARTICIPATION IN OAISTER  No additional costs  Allows harvesting by Google Scholar  Allows other institutions to find content via WorldCat
  5. 5. ESSENTIAL METADATA  DOIs  ORCID  I2  FundRef  CrossMark?
  6. 6. EXPOSURE OF LOCAL REPOSITORY ON GOOGLE™  DOIs  OpenURL
  7. 7. NEED FOR OA DESIGNATION FOR GOLD OA ARTICLES  Each publisher has a symbol on their content platform but nothing universal  NISO’s OAMI recommendation  OA Button?
  8. 8. USAGE DATA  PIRUS  IRUS-UK  Counter 4
  9. 9. FURTHER QUESTIONS & THANK YOU Jill Emery: jemery@pdx.edu https://library3.hud.ac.uk/blogs/oawal/ Graham Stone: G.Stone@hud.ac.uk

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