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Ayris2008

  1. 1. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES NHS/HE Forum Content Group Dr Paul Ayris Director of UCL Library Services and UCL Copyright Officer e-mail: p.ayris@ucl.ac.uk
  2. 2. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Contents  Work in the context of the NHS/HE Forum  Priorities for NHS/HE Content Group  Joint Procurement  Open Access repositories  Copyright  Next steps
  3. 3. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES NHS/HE Forum  NHS/HE Content Group acts under the umbrella of NHS/HE Forum  http://www.nhs-he.org.uk/content.html  Work Plan for the Group to be reformulated following recent review of NHS Library Services in England  Membership (who from NHS [including NLH], HE [including new SCONUL Health Strategy Group], JISC Strategic Content Alliance [NHS a signatory], and Peter Hill too  Agenda – to be formulated in wake of the recent Review Report
  4. 4. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Priorities – Joint Procurement  Joint Procurement  Joint procurement between HE and the NHS is a recommendation from the Review  A previous attempt failed – Why? Lack of agreement over content Who will pay? – no alignment of funding cycles between NHS and HE  Licence which embraces both NHS and HE was a deliverable  Time to look at issue of joint procurement again
  5. 5. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Priorities – Open Access repositories  Development of Open Access repositories for the NHS recommended by Review Report  Opportunity for NHS/HE Content Group to work with stakeholders to deliver this vision  Technical leads in NHS/HE Forum important here  Collaboration with SHERPA would produce results http://www.sherpa.ac.uk International model of good practice
  6. 6. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES 90% of its funded research is available online 40% ‘How accessible is NHS-funded research to the general public and to the NHS's own researchers?’ M. Cockerill, 2004 at http://www.biomedcefsntral.com/openaccess/inquiry/refe rsubmission.PDF UK National Health Service % available to an NHS hospital?
  7. 7. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Priorities - Copyright  Copyright  One of the building blocks of the digital age  Two areas of work where collaboration could take place:  Joint responses to national consultations E.g. UK Intellectual Property Office’s current consultation on fair dealing/library privilege following the Gowers Report Is NHS making a submission to this?
  8. 8. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Priorities - Copyright  Work needs to be done in both HE and NHS CLA licences  There are difficulties in interpreting relevant licences – e.g. Rights of a student on clinical placement in an NHS site Copying required by an NHS consultant when he/she sends secretary to Library run on HE premises  Work on licences needs to ensure that each constituency receives equitable treatment when using both NHS and HE resources
  9. 9. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Next Steps  Peter Hill’s Review of NHS Library Services in England is the driver for:  Re-formulation of the NHS/HE Content Group in terms of membership and agenda  NHS/HE Content Group can lead/co-ordinate discussions in three areas: Joint Procurement Open Access Repositories Copyright Licences  The Group is happy to hear your views…
  10. 10. UCL LIBRARY SERVICES Next Steps  Peter Hill’s Review of NHS Library Services in England is the driver for:  Re-formulation of the NHS/HE Content Group in terms of membership and agenda  NHS/HE Content Group can lead/co-ordinate discussions in three areas: Joint Procurement Open Access Repositories Copyright Licences  The Group is happy to hear your views…

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