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Making your work open access


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Making your work open access

  1. 1. Making your workopen accessDavid Clay28th February 2012
  2. 2. Source: Professor Douglas Kell’s blog: news from our Chief Executive,Genomics, prizes, DFID and Open Access, 27th February 2012
  3. 3. Your publications• The University requires you to enter your publications metadata into TULIP for Portfolios of Activity, REF and the web pages You may also need to deposit the bibliographic metadata and the full text of your publications in a repository to comply with your research funders open access policy The publications database and the repository at Liverpool don’t currently talk to each other Research Archive |
  4. 4. The Research Archive ProjectAcademic StaffSchool Admin Staff Research TULIPFaculty staffResearch Archive Archiveteam Full text depositEndnote importManual data entry Identify collaborations Citation data Portfolios of ActivityData source Link outputs to research themes Link outputs to research grants Data source Improved data quality Web pages Data source REF System Research Archive |
  5. 5. Making your work Open Access through the ResearchArchive • Submit paper to journal of choice for peer review • Make changes required as a result of peer review • Submit final version to the journal • Deposit that same final version along with the bibliographic metadata in the Research Archive • The repository team will check the bibliographic metadata and the journal copyright conditions • If permitted under copyright, the full text will be made live in accordance with any publisher restrictions • Bibliographic metadata will be shared with PoA, web pages and will be available for selection in the REF system Research Archive |