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Charleston Neapolitan: Open Access, Public Access: Policies, Implementation, Developments, and the Future of US Published Research.

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Howard Ratner (speaker), Amy Friedlander (speaker), John Wilbanks (speaker), Judy Ruttenberg (speaker), Alicia Wise (moderator)

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Charleston Neapolitan: Open Access, Public Access: Policies, Implementation, Developments, and the Future of US Published Research.

  1. 1. A not-for-profit Public-Private Partnership Providing Public Access to the Results of Agency Sponsored Research Charleston Conference November 8, 2013 Howard Ratner, Director of Development, CHOR Inc. 8 November 2013 1
  2. 2. Introduc)on     •  CHORUS  (first  service  of  CHOR  Inc.)  now  offers  an  open  technology  pla?orm   to  meet  the  public  access  needs  of  funding  agencies  and  researchers   •  For  all  key  stakeholders:   •  Funding  agencies  (iden)fies  and  provides  access  to  arGcles  reporGng   on  research  they  fund,  ensures  preserva)on  of  research  arGcles,   ensures  researcher  and  publisher  compliance)   •  Authors/researchers/insGtuGons  (simplifies  compliance  with  funder   mandates,  provides  access  to  research  results)   •  Libraries  (ensures  preserva)on  of  research  arGcles,  provides  access  to   research  results)   •  The  public  (provides  access  to  arGcles  reporGng  on  publicly  funded   research)   •  Publishers  (simplifies  compliance  with  funder  mandates,  retains   traffic  )     •  No  significant  cost  for  agency  use  or  parGcipaGon  because     CHORUS  builds  on  exisGng  infrastructure  in  the  publishing  community     (CrossRef,  FundRef,  Prospect,  CLOCKSS,  PorGco,  ORCID,  etc)   8 November 2013 2
  3. 3. Alan  the  Agency  Department  Head     (e.g.,  DOE,  NSF,  USAID)   Wants  to…     •  meet  OSTP  guidelines/mandate   •  measure  grantee  and  agency  compliance  with  guidelines/mandate     •  show  how  his  agency’s  investments  are  having  impact  (ROI)   •  provide  access  to  the  best  available  version  (BAV*)  of  arGcles  resulGng   from  agency  funding  for  their  consGtuency   •  preserve  the  arGcles  that  report  on  his  agency’s  funded  research   •  integrate  informaGon  from  publisher  systems  with  their  own  internal   systems  (via  APIs)   •  text  and  data  mine  arGcles  reporGng  on  funded  research   •  ensure  publisher  compliance   •  avoid  administraGve  burden  to  researchers   •  …     *  BAV  =  Best  Available  Version  –  accepted  manuscript  or  version  of  record   8 November 2013 3
  4. 4. Rachel  the  Researcher  /  Principal   Inves)gator   Wants  to  …   •  obtain  funding  for  her  research   •  comply  with  funding  agency  requirements   •  know  the  sources  of  funding  in  her  area  of  research   •  have  access  to  best  available  version  (BAV*)  of  content  in  her   research  area   •  text  and  data  mine  arGcles  reporGng  on  funded  research   •  avoid  extra  administraGve  work   •  …     *BAV  =  Best  Available  Version  –  accepted  manuscript  or  version  of  record     8 November 2013 4
  5. 5. LoHe  the  Librarian   Wants  to  …   •  have  access  to  best  available  version  (BAV*)  of  content  for   her  patrons  or  her  own  research   •  text  and  data  mine  arGcles  reporGng  on  funded  research   •  know  that  arGcles  reporGng  on  funded  research  will  be   readily  available  in  perpetuity   •  help  researchers  comply  with  funding  agency  requirements   •  build  discovery  tools  for  researchers   •  …     *  BAV  =  Best  Available  Version  –  accepted  manuscript  or  version  of  record   8 November 2013 5
  6. 6. Peter  the  Public   Wants  to  …   •  have  access  to  best  available  version  (BAV*)  of  content  to   research  a  problem/drive  economic  development   •  see  what  the  government  is  funding   •  learn  the  impact  of  specific  agency  grants   •  understand  the  latest  developments  in  science   •  have  content  connected  to  learning  tools     •  …       *  BAV  =  Best  Available  Version  –  accepted  manuscript  or  version  of  record   8 November 2013 6
  7. 7. Penny  the  Publisher   Wants  to  …   •  help  her  authors  and  their  insGtuGons  comply  with  funder   mandates   •  retain  traffic  on  journal  websites  to  be]er  demonstrate  value   to  librarians   •  retain  traffic  on  journal  websites  to  drive  adverGsing  revenue   •  enable  text  and  data  mining  of  arGcles  reporGng  on  funded   research   •  minimize  administraGve  costs  through  automaGon   •  ensure  that  arGcles  reporGng  on  funded  research  in  her   journals  will  be  readily  available  in  perpetuity   •  avoid  duplicaGon  of  effort/addiGonal  costs  by  uGlizing  exisGng   publishing  infrastructure   •  …     *  BAV  =  Best  Available  Version  –  accepted  manuscript  or  version  of  record   8 November 2013 7
  8. 8. How  CHORUS  Works:  Iden)fica)on   8  
  9. 9. How  CHORUS     Works:  Preserva)on   Government maintained

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