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JISC RePosit RepoFringe2010 presentation


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A Pecha Kucha (20 slides x 20 seconds) presentation given by Sarah Molloy of QMUL at the 2010 Repository Fringe event on 3rd September, on behalf of the JISC-funded RePosit project which aims to increase university researchers' deposits of open-access full-text into data repositories using PMS interface systems.

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JISC RePosit RepoFringe2010 presentation

  1. 1. RePosit positing a new kind of deposit Sarah Molloy
  2. 2. In a nutshell: increase engagement with repositories by simplifying the method of deposit
  3. 3. Who Are We?
  4. 4. Where is each HEI up to? In Production: University of Leeds ,<1500 items, Queen Mary, University of London< 40 items In Implementation Phase: University of Exeter < 1500 items,University of Plymouth >10 items In Pilot Phase: Keele University > 10 items
  5. 5. What is the set up? Exeter/Plymouth Pearl ERIC Keele Keele Repository Leeds White Rose Online Queen Mary QMRO
  6. 6. Outcomes ways that we hope we'll change the world through the project ...
  7. 7. Increased deposits
  8. 8. WANTED: your research MORE engagement MORE unique users MORE submissions It's the CRIS to repository model that will get everyone talking ..... AND depositing
  9. 9. Increased engagement with community
  10. 10. increased knowledge in the community in the CRIS to Repository model
  11. 11. Outputs re-usable artefacts of the project ...
  12. 12. Survey How do users get on with the software? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this approach to deposit? Where else would these kinds of interfaces be useful?
  13. 13. training materials I am giving a: workshop | talk | session to: academics | senior management for: 15 minutes | an hour | half a day What do I need to tell them? What materials would be useful?
  14. 14. advocacy... strategies learnt from project workshops messages: how / who / when seamless research environment or big splash launch? top down or bottom up? policies or communicate benefits? the stick or the carrot...
  15. 15. shared community space
  16. 16. Follow us on Twitter
  17. 17. How Can You Help?
  18. 18. Read our blog
  19. 19. Join in the discussion... start a debate
  20. 20. Come and find me after this session!