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Open Access and BSU digital
resources: impact to research
and researchers
Lauren P. Kipaan
University Library & informatio...
Definitions
• Open Access
– refers to online research outputs that are free of all restrictions on
access (e.g. access tol...
Why Open Access?
• We promote literacy
• Worldwide trend among Institutions
• We want to be discoverable “web scale”
• We ...
Whoawe?
What is our role?
• Initiate Digital repository
– Repository.bsu.edu.ph to upgrade the existing
digilib.bsu.edu.ph
• Initi...
Do we have open access repository?
www.digilib.bsu.edu.ph (2010)
A Digital repository of undergrad, master theses, dissert...
Other BSU hosted digital resources?
www.follett.bsu.edu.ph
An online catalog of BSU libraries with feature to attached
dig...
Other BSU hosted digital resources?
The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library (Cornel University)
Teaal.bsu.edu.ph
A d...
Other BSU hosted digital resources?
An online digital deposits of BSU documents (Dark Web)
Other BSU hosted digital resources?
Edu. 2.0
E-learning for distance or virtual classrooms
Other BSU hosted digital resources?
Libris.bsu.edu.ph
Directory of open access journals and other academic e-resources
Are these initiatives enough to make
BSU knowledge known or visible to the
whole WORLD?
Is the impact of Digital Resources beneficial?
Khan, A. and Ahmed, S. (2013) ‘The impact of digital library resources on s...
Is the impact of Open Access digital
resources beneficial?
“articles received more attention and had a greater impact
that...
Why OA model to publishing?
Why OA model to publishing?
Why OA model to publishing?
Why OA model to publishing?
Open Access the trend in
scholarly publishing
Why OA model to publishing?
Why OA model to publishing?
Enrollment process
Grade access
Forms download
Why OA model to publishing?
#wewanttobe #onestopshop
Why OA model to publishing?
Why OA model to publishing?
We can’t buy all
necessary
books/e-books
Why OA model to publishing?
Why OA model to publishing?
Tapping of
shoulders?
Why OA model to publishing?
Thus,
Citation vs Web Presence
Citation vs Web Presence
Every WORD adds to
the VISIBILITY points
Citation and Web presence
Use & Difference
Citation
Google scholar, Scopus, Web
of Science (ISI), & Indian
Citation Index
...
So, the visible impacts of OAR/OJS are
“RFID, Barcode or DNA of Authors in an academic world”
A digital object
identifier (DOI)
is a type of persistent
identifier used to uniquely
identify objects. The DOI
system is ...
Plagiarism? how to detect
1. Simple googling tricks
2. Any available commercial anti-plagiarism software's
– Turnitin
• iT...
Google Profile: the visible Impacts
Citation issues
Citation issues and ease of use
Citation issues and ease of use
You don’t need to memorize
the different citation rules DOI is a permanent link
number of every article
Citation issues and ease of use
#Googlerecommend
#model
#model
Title
Author
Keywords
Abstract
Body
Reference
#mobile
#collaborative
More on
mobile
and
online
“If we’re connected, we’re EMPOWERED”
Removing barriers to knowledge
sharing because we want to help
our stakeholders to easily and
quickly find the credible
in...
Open access and Benguet State University's dark web, repository, and open journal systems
Open access and Benguet State University's dark web, repository, and open journal systems
Open access and Benguet State University's dark web, repository, and open journal systems
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Open access and Benguet State University's dark web, repository, and open journal systems

  1. 1. Open Access and BSU digital resources: impact to research and researchers Lauren P. Kipaan University Library & information Services
  2. 2. Definitions • Open Access – refers to online research outputs that are free of all restrictions on access (e.g. access tolls) and free of many restrictions on use (e.g. certain copyright and license restrictions) • Repository = digital library – a central location in which data is stored and managed. – is a collection of documents in organized electronic form, available on the Internet or on CD-ROM (compact-disk read-only memory) disks. • Dark Web – Electronic or digital contents but which require specific software, configurations or authorization to access
  3. 3. Why Open Access? • We promote literacy • Worldwide trend among Institutions • We want to be discoverable “web scale” • We want to increase “credits” • It is the emerging language of academicians • Avenue for knowledge sharing
  4. 4. Whoawe?
  5. 5. What is our role? • Initiate Digital repository – Repository.bsu.edu.ph to upgrade the existing digilib.bsu.edu.ph • Initiate Open Journal System – Journal.bsu.edu.ph • Initiate Dark Web services for digital resources – IP or LAN access for commercially purchased e-books and other UNCLASSIFIED digital collections of the university (excluding Public trust, Confidential, Secret, and Top secret)
  6. 6. Do we have open access repository? www.digilib.bsu.edu.ph (2010) A Digital repository of undergrad, master theses, dissertations, annual reports, etc. ( issue on notaware/non submissive researchers)
  7. 7. Other BSU hosted digital resources? www.follett.bsu.edu.ph An online catalog of BSU libraries with feature to attached digital content
  8. 8. Other BSU hosted digital resources? The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library (Cornel University) Teaal.bsu.edu.ph A dark web digital library on agriculture related scholarly knowledge (mostly journals)
  9. 9. Other BSU hosted digital resources? An online digital deposits of BSU documents (Dark Web)
  10. 10. Other BSU hosted digital resources? Edu. 2.0 E-learning for distance or virtual classrooms
  11. 11. Other BSU hosted digital resources? Libris.bsu.edu.ph Directory of open access journals and other academic e-resources
  12. 12. Are these initiatives enough to make BSU knowledge known or visible to the whole WORLD?
  13. 13. Is the impact of Digital Resources beneficial? Khan, A. and Ahmed, S. (2013) ‘The impact of digital library resources on scholarly communication: Challenges and opportunities for university libraries in Pakistan’, Library Hi Tech News, 30(8), pp. 12–29. doi: 10.1108/lhtn-07-2013-0046.
  14. 14. Is the impact of Open Access digital resources beneficial? “articles received more attention and had a greater impact that they might have had in a subscription journal”
  15. 15. Why OA model to publishing?
  16. 16. Why OA model to publishing?
  17. 17. Why OA model to publishing?
  18. 18. Why OA model to publishing?
  19. 19. Open Access the trend in scholarly publishing
  20. 20. Why OA model to publishing?
  21. 21. Why OA model to publishing? Enrollment process Grade access Forms download
  22. 22. Why OA model to publishing? #wewanttobe #onestopshop
  23. 23. Why OA model to publishing?
  24. 24. Why OA model to publishing? We can’t buy all necessary books/e-books
  25. 25. Why OA model to publishing?
  26. 26. Why OA model to publishing? Tapping of shoulders?
  27. 27. Why OA model to publishing?
  28. 28. Thus,
  29. 29. Citation vs Web Presence
  30. 30. Citation vs Web Presence Every WORD adds to the VISIBILITY points
  31. 31. Citation and Web presence Use & Difference Citation Google scholar, Scopus, Web of Science (ISI), & Indian Citation Index Web Presence (Visibility) Web crawlers or search engine robots It is for authors or contributors Journal impact factor Ease of access It is for web ranking (Webometrics)
  32. 32. So, the visible impacts of OAR/OJS are
  33. 33. “RFID, Barcode or DNA of Authors in an academic world”
  34. 34. A digital object identifier (DOI) is a type of persistent identifier used to uniquely identify objects. The DOI system is particularly used for electronic documents such as journal articles. The DOI system began in 2000 and is managed by the International DOI Foundation. “RFID, Barcode or DNA of Article in an online academic world”
  35. 35. Plagiarism? how to detect 1. Simple googling tricks 2. Any available commercial anti-plagiarism software's – Turnitin • iThenticate, a plagiarism detection • WriteCheck, a suite of formative tools for writers
  36. 36. Google Profile: the visible Impacts
  37. 37. Citation issues
  38. 38. Citation issues and ease of use
  39. 39. Citation issues and ease of use
  40. 40. You don’t need to memorize the different citation rules DOI is a permanent link number of every article
  41. 41. Citation issues and ease of use
  42. 42. #Googlerecommend
  43. 43. #model
  44. 44. #model
  45. 45. Title Author Keywords Abstract Body Reference
  46. 46. #mobile #collaborative
  47. 47. More on mobile and online
  48. 48. “If we’re connected, we’re EMPOWERED”
  49. 49. Removing barriers to knowledge sharing because we want to help our stakeholders to easily and quickly find the credible information they need

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