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  • Oh my how much the have grown! , y Looking at Open Access Repositories from 3 Different Perspectives 2012 Census of Open Access Repositories in Germany Open Access Tage 2012 - Wien - Presenters: Maxi Kindling and Paul Vierkant
  • What the ...?• Let‘s look at the development and status quo of Open Access Repositories in Germany • Open Access Netzwerk • Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) • 2012 Census of Open Access Repositories in Germany• Let‘s find new solutions and approaches• Let‘s discuss what we‘ve found
  • Open Access Network (OAN)Initiated by: Project Partners: Computer- und Medienservice Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft (from 2009) Fachbereich Mathematik/Informatik Funded: 2007-2009, 2009-2012
  • Aims and Services Aims Services• Strengthen the visibility of OA • Value-added Services repository content in Germany (Vision) (Users)• Build a national aggregation node (Technical Approach) • Data (Repository Operators)• Support „DINI Certificate of • Development (Developers) Document and Publication Services“ (Organisational Approach)• Cooperation network of OA Projects (Organisational, Technical Approach)
  • Results• Network of 40 DINI certified Data Base repositories (09/12)• Dataworkflow • 268.000 Metadata sets • Aggregation • ~ 150.000 Open Access • Harmonisation Full Texts, via OAN web • Fulltext Link Finder & Indexing interface Index of 80.000 • Classification & Deduplication Documents, update• Webbased Administration Tool shortly (09/12) (Scheduling, Service-Control etc.)• OAN Validator
  • • Sustainability • Aggregation node DDB (DNB), Cooperative Library Networks • Computer and Media Service (HU Berlin) • Extension of OAN Data Base• Linked Open Data • Metadata in RDF format (Triple Store, Sparql-Endpoint) • Linked with LOD cloud (author names, PND DNB)
  • DINI Issues on aGlobal Scale?• BASE as the global source for Open Access items• An Open Access repository is not a matter of size but a matter of content!
  • • small Data Base (268k) • large Data Base (36m)• Metadata • Metadata • 5% unknown Languages • 34% unknown Languages • 11% unknown Doctypes • 61% unknown Doctypes • 30% unknown DDC • 92% unknown DDC DINI Certificate makes Sense!
  • One more thing... 2012 Census ofOpen Access Repositories in Germany Experience & Numbers & Knowledge vs. Facts GUESS DISCOVERY
  • Some Facts.. 2012 Census of Open Access Repositories in Germany
  • 2012 Census ofOpen Access Repositories in Germany
  • 2012 Census ofOpen Access Repositories in Germany
  • Solutions You should consider supporting initiatives: You should consider support (metadata) standards!
  • Solutions New tools to support repository management:
  • Have the really grown? y • OAN shows the importance of DINI and the DINI Certificate in Germany • BASE shows OAR issues on a global scale • 2012 Census reveals that even more issues in Germany have to be tackled
  • Bottom line: „Some (repositories have grown, )others ne more support than ever ed to catch up .“
  • Thank You for Your Attention! Le discuss! t‘s