LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auD I V I S I O N O F T E C H N O L O G Y , I N F O R M A T I O N A IN D A R Y A R R V IN G S S U P P O R T L BR L E SE N I CE www.library.qut.edu.au Supporting researchers in Getting Published Stephanie Bradbury Research Support Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org CRICOS No. 00213J
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auServices for Researchers GREEN GOLD• Open Access – QUT ePrints – Financially supported Article Processing Charges• Tracking Research Impact• Research Skills Workshops• Integrated research data management service• External Data Service
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auLaunched in 2003 QUT ePrints Repository • 41,792 records • 24,315 with full-text attachedQUT ePrints is backed by three University wide policies • 9,025,440 downloadsF/1.3 QUT ePrints repository for research outputF/1.10 Library treatment of theses
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auIncreases visibility Having open access papers in QUT ePrints increases visibility online
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.au QUT ePrints provides a dashboard of statistics whereresearchers can get a snapshot of the impact made by their research outputs.
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auFinancial Support for Open Access Publishing• QUT Library has supported QUT researchers publishing in GOLD Open Access journals since 2006.• The Library pays the article processing charges for QUT researchers who are the corresponding author of articles published in approved open access journals.
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auFinancial Support for Open Access Publishing• QUT Library will consider payment of article processing charges for articles accepted for publication in an open access journal where a QUT researcher is the corresponding author based on the following criteria:• ACCESS: The full content of the journal is publicly available online (OA) immediately on publication.• QUALITY: Publication in the journal must confer a reasonable level of quality on accepted articles based on the journal having a rigorous pre-publication peer review process. This could be in the form of one of the following: – the journal is indexed by Scopus | Sciverse or Thomson Reuters | Web of Science – the journal is included on the ERA 2012 Journal list – the journal holds a refereed status in Ulrichsweb – the journal has a high status editorial board or providing significant value-adding in the copy-editing and formatting• If you are seeking financial support to cover article processing charges in an open access journal, please contact the Research Support Librarian or your Liaison Librarian before submitting your manuscript to check the journal meets the criteria. In addition to the above criteria, please note: – QUT Library will not cover excess page charges – payment of invoices is not retrospective.
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.au Number of Publications with Library Supported Author Publishing Charges by Faculty140120 13010080 84604020 1 5 0 Creative Industries Education Health Science and Engineering QUT Faculties PLoS ONE: Research Article, published 23 Jun 2010 10.1371/journal.pone.0011273 http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0011273
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auExpenditure on Author Publishing Fees
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auTracking Research Impact• Liaison Librarians advise on: – Discipline specific metrics and data sources. – Author identifies (ORCID and ResearcherID)• Tracking Research Impact Workshops inform and provide opportunity to explore a range of tools that demonstrate the impact of work.• Measuring Research Impact Guide gives information on metrics, tools and strategies to enable tracking and monitoring of research impact and increase visibility and reach of publications.• A Research Impact Report can be requested by Assistant Deans Research, Research or Institute Directors for the purpose of supporting large grants (e.g. NHMRC Centres of Research Excellence; ARC Centres of Excellence), external reviews (e.g. professional accreditations of research groups) and establishment of research centres. Six weeks is required to complete reports.
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auWorkshops• Getting Published: The science and the art of writing and revising for publications• Writing the Track Record – NHMRC and DECRA grants• Managing Research Data• Technologies for collaboration• Uploading to QUT ePrints• External Research Datasets• Research Strategies for Effective Time Management• Visualisation tools for research impact• Alt-metrics• Census/Cdata• Social media to promote research• Where to publish and what to consider
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auSupport for Open Access Publishing The Library has provided the technical support which has enabled a group of senior QUT academics to launch a new, peer reviewed international open access journal [Open Journal Systems]
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auQUT’s new repository for research datasets
LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auExternal Datasets• External Dataset service – HILDA – LSAC/LSIC – CURFs• Financial Datasets – Since 2010, QUT Library has been liaising with faculties to identify demand for large scale commercially available research datasets which, by their nature, are unaffordable for individual researchers or schools and faculties. The QUT Business School is where most unmet demand was identified in the first instance, and the School of Accounting and the School of Economics and Finance in particular.
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