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Implementation of the RIOXX Metadata Guidelines in the UK's repositories through a harvesting service

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Presented at Open Repositories 2016 conference, Dublin, Ireland, 15th June 2016

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Implementation of the RIOXX Metadata Guidelines in the UK's repositories through a harvesting service

  1. 1. Implementation of the RIOXX metadata guidelines in the UK’s repositories through a harvesting service Matteo Cancellieri & Nancy Pontika CORE The Open University @oacore
  2. 2. What is CORE
  3. 3. What is CORE
  4. 4. > 170 API users Facts
  5. 5. > 74 Repositories Dashboard users Facts
  6. 6. > 980 Repositories Facts
  7. 7. > 8,900 Journals Facts
  8. 8. > 53 Languages Facts
  9. 9. > 30,058,914 Metadata Facts
  10. 10. > 2,874,683 Full-text Facts
  11. 11. Aiming for the moon!
  12. 12. CORE Repositories Dashboard
  13. 13. RIOXX metadata The RIOXX Metadata Application Profile provides a mechanism to help institutional repositories comply with the RCUK policy on open access. RIOXX focuses on applying consistency to the metadata fields used to record research funder and project/grant identifiers and is designed to support the consistent tracking of open-access research publications across scholarly systems. [Source: http://rioxx.net/]
  14. 14. Introducing RIOXX in the CORE pipeline
  15. 15. Introducing RIOXX in the CORE pipeline
  16. 16. Introducing RIOXX in the CORE pipeline
  17. 17. Introducing RIOXX in the CORE pipeline
  18. 18. End Result
  19. 19. Future work > Complete compliance check
  20. 20. Future work > Feed back to RIOXX aggregated results
  21. 21. Future work > Give funders and repository managers the status of their repository
  22. 22. Future work > Show RIOXX metadata on the CORE display pages and API
  23. 23. Future work > Comments/suggestions
  24. 24. Thank you! Matteo Cancellieri, Software Engineer, matteo.cancellieri@open.ac.uk Nancy Pontika, Open Access Aggregation Officer, nancy.pontika@open.ac.uk Website: http://core.ac.uk Email: theteam@core.ac.uk Twitter: @oacore

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