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Presenters: Maxi Kindling and Paul Vierkant

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  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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)
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. • 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)
  7. 7. 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!
  8. 8. • 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!
  9. 9. One more thing... 2012 Census ofOpen Access Repositories in Germany Experience & Numbers & Knowledge vs. Facts GUESS DISCOVERY
  10. 10. Some Facts.. 2012 Census of Open Access Repositories in Germany
  11. 11. 2012 Census ofOpen Access Repositories in Germany
  12. 12. 2012 Census ofOpen Access Repositories in Germany
  13. 13. Solutions You should consider supporting initiatives: You should consider support (metadata) standards!
  14. 14. Solutions New tools to support repository management:
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Bottom line: „Some (repositories have grown, )others ne more support than ever ed to catch up .“
  17. 17. Thank You for Your Attention! Le discuss! t‘s