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Skills and support resources for scholarly communication and open access roles

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A presentation give on skills and resources for scholarly communication and open access support roles. Part of Jisc's open access summer series of community events in 2018.

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Skills and support resources for scholarly communication and open access roles

  1. 1. Shared support resources and skills for the sector
  2. 2. Questions »What skills and knowledge is most important for your role? »What personal attributes are most important? »What do you want training / development on right now? 8/1/2018 Jisc OA Summer Series Community Event, 2018 2
  3. 3. Poll results from all events 8/1/2018 Jisc OA Summer Series Community Event, 2018 3
  4. 4. Poll results from all events 8/1/2018 Jisc OA Summer Series Community Event, 2018 4
  5. 5. Poll results from all events 8/1/2018 Jisc OA Summer Series Community Event, 2018 5
  6. 6. Skills for scholarly communication roles »Exploring training and professional development for scholarly communications »Mapping competencies, existing support, resources, costs »Blog posts › July 2017 https://unlockingresearch- blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=1517 › Nov 2017 https://unlockingresearch- blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=1817 8/1/2018 AT2OA conference- Jisc OA Dashboard 6
  7. 7. Open access good practice: 2 years on »Nine pathfinder projects funded to explore OA issues and share practice and resources »Handbook and all resources still available: http://bit.ly/JiscOAGP »What’s needed now? › Which resources are still useful? › What needs updating? › Where are the gaps?What do we need now? 01/08/2018 Jisc OA community workshop, 18th July 2017, Birmingham 7
  8. 8. Advocacy » UCL/ Newcastle/ Nottingham Pathfinder (Pathways to OA): Advocacy toolkit » Coventry/ Northampton/ DeMontfort (O2OA): OA lifecycle: ‘Needs analysis’, Guide for researchers; Intervention mapping guide for understanding researcher behaviour » Oxford Brookes/ NottinghamTrent University/ University of Portsmouth (Making Sense of OA) : CIAO ; MIAO; Researcher interview data/ methodology; Portsmouth REF poster » Edinburgh/ Heriot-Watt/ St Andrews (LOCH): case studies, templates » Northumbria/ Sunderland: Decision-making tool for researchers 801/08/2018 All advocacy outputs can be found here: http://bit.ly/1UijE5y Supporting OA implementation, Helen Blanchett
  9. 9. Structures & workflows » Manchester/ Edge Hill/ Salford/ Liverpool/ John Moores (opeNWorks: Case studies and toolkit » Hull/ Lincoln/ Huddersfield (HHuLOA) : OA Lifecycle » Northumbria/ Sunderland: Case studies; » Glasgow/ Lancaster/ Southampton/ Kent (E2EOA): Lancaster workflows » Edinburgh/ Heriot-Watt/ St Andrews (LOCH) : St Andrews Lean case study 01/08/2018 9 St Andrews Lean case study Supporting OA implementation, Helen Blanchett
  10. 10. Cost management » Bath/ Bristol/ Exeter/ Cardiff (GW4): FCA report » Bath/ Bristol/ Exeter/ Cardiff (GW4): Guide to using credit cards, OpenAccess ReportingChecklist and SampleAPC Payment Workflows for Institutions;Off-setting report (coming soon) » Northumbria/ Sunderland: APC Cost Modelling tool 1001/08/2018 Supporting OA implementation, Helen Blanchett
  11. 11. Pathfinder outputs Systems & metadata » Glasgow/ Lancaster/ Southampton/ Kent (E2EOA): Eprints OA metadata spec; and Hydra implementation case study (coming soon) » Hull/ Huddersfield/ Lincoln: Fedora OA metadata implementation case study (coming soon) » Edinburgh/ Heriot-Watt/ St Andrews (LOCH): PURE specification » Various project links/ testing, particularly Hull/ Huddersfield/ Lincoln: Monitor and RIOXX Policy » Hull/ Lincoln/ Huddersfield (HHuLOA): Funder policy mapping » Glasgow/ Lancaster/ Southampton/ Kent/ (E2EOA): REF workshop fed back to HEFCE and had FAQ updated as result 01/08/2018 11Supporting OA implementation, Helen Blanchett
  12. 12. What’s needed now? »Use the resources as a starting point for discussion › Which resources are still useful? › What needs updating? › What other resources ‘out there’ do you find useful? › Where are the gaps? »What are the quick wins? »What evidence do we have of the need? 01/08/2018 Supporting OA implementation, Helen Blanchett 12

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