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Tracking compliance of the REF2021 policy with the CORE Repository Dashboard

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CORE and REF2021 audit. Where is CORE mentioned in the REF 2021 OA Policy. How CORE collects data. CORE Repository Dashboard demonstration.
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Tracking compliance of the REF2021 policy with the CORE Repository Dashboard

  1. 1. Tracking compliance of the REF2021 policy with the CORE Repository Dashboard PRESENTERS 26 March 2020 Big Scientific Data and Text Analytics Group Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University
  2. 2. ToC • Introducing CORE – Nancy • CORE and REF2021 audit – Petr • Where is CORE mentioned • How CORE collects data • CORE Repository Dashboard demonstration - David • Getting access to the Dashboard 1
  3. 3. CORE’s mission 2 Aggregate all open access research articles worldwide … … enrich this content and provide seamless access to it through a set of data services …
  4. 4. Types of content providers CORE harvests from everywhere: • Repositories • Institutional • Includes repository and CRIS platforms • Disciplinary • Journals • Pure Open Access • Gold Open Access 3
  5. 5. Introducing CORE 4
  6. 6. World’s largest dataset of Open Access full texts • 19,249,864 Hosted full texts • 24,936,921 Access to free to read full texts • 135,539,113 Metadata records • 9,645 Data providers 5/22
  7. 7. Papers OA sooner and sooner 6/22https://physicstoday.scitation.org/do/10.1063/PT.6.2.20190418a/full/ JCDL 2019 Best Paper Award
  8. 8. Papers OA sooner and sooner The delay between publication and OA availability decreasing globally 7 Herrmannova, Drahomira; Pontika, Nancy and Knoth, Petr (2019). Do Authors Deposit on Time? Tracking Open Access Policy Compliance. In: 2019 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 2-6 Jun 2019, Urbana- Champaign, IL
  9. 9. Faster open access makes repository infrastructure more important 8
  10. 10. We don’t need just open access we need fast open access 9
  11. 11. This study was only possible to conduct because of repositories and aggregators working together 10
  12. 12. Need for more interoperability across systems 11
  13. 13. CORE and REF2021 audit • Introducing CORE • CORE and REF2021 audit • Where is CORE mentioned • How CORE collects data • CORE Repository Dashboard demonstration • Getting access to the Dashboard 12
  14. 14. CORE’s work on REF2021 audit CORE data will be used in the REF 2021 Open Access Policy Audit Related sections: 40, 46 and 49. 13
  15. 15. Specific sections 14
  16. 16. Why support audit with aggregators? • Individual HEIs have a local and non-complete view of compliance • Open Access uptake and monitoring • Audit transparency • Efficiency • Verifiability 15
  17. 17. How CORE collects data 16
  18. 18. CORE’s role in the REF2021 audit Assist institutions with identifying non-compliant outputs. 17
  19. 19. CORE and REF2021 Open Access Audit To capture data, CORE recommends to institutions: 1. Make sure your institutional repository/ies are harvested by CORE 2. Adopt RIOXX as a data format 3. Add DOIs to records you are submitting to REF 4. Release deposit dates for harvesting purposes 5. Ensure “dateAccepted” field is used where known 6. Ensure all records submitted for REF have full text linked directly from dc:identifier 7. Ensure repository’s OAI-PMH endpoint is operational https://core.ac.uk/ref-audit/ 18
  20. 20. RIOXX date accepted field 19 Statistics here
  21. 21. Deposit time lag 20 What is “deposit time lag”? •The difference between date of publication and date of deposit in a repository expressed in days.
  22. 22. Single vs any repository deposit time lag 1. Single repository deposit time lag • Deposit time lag with respect to the publications’ deposit date in a given repository 2. Any repository deposit time lag • Deposit time lag with respect to the publications’ deposit date in any repository Repository 1 Repository 2 05/2017 09/2017 Single repository deposit time lag for Repository 1 = 05/2017 – publication date Any repository deposit time lag for Repository 1 = min(05/2017, 09/2017) – publication date 17/22
  23. 23. Results: Deposit time lag per repository Full lines: Single repository deposit time lag Dashed lines: Any repository deposit time lag
  24. 24. Publication date 23 What is “publication date”? •If the date of publication is not supplied by the repository or it doesn’t have the desired format: YYYY-MM-DD, CORE will collect the publication date from Crossref.
  25. 25. Deposit date 24 What is “deposit date”? •Where deposit dates are visible through the web pages in the repository CORE attempts to collect them by scraping them •Where deposit dates cannot be obtained using scraping, CORE makes use of the record’s Datestamp provided in the record’s metadata.
  26. 26. Publication dates from Eprints and DSpace 25 * Displayed data are from the Open University Open Research Online repository and url http://oro.open.ac.uk/60478/ * Displayed data are from the University of Aberdeen AURA repository and url https://aura.abdn.ac.uk/handle/ 2164/13037?show=full
  27. 27. CORE and REF2021 audit • Introducing CORE • CORE and REF2021 audit • Where is CORE mentioned • How CORE collects data • What is deposit time-lag? • CORE Repository Dashboard demonstration • Getting access to the Dashboard 26
  28. 28. Old and new version of the Dashboard Old version New version 27* Displayed data are from the Open University Open Research Online repository
  29. 29. Functionalities between two versions Old version • Content • Take up & take down • Issues • Export • RIOXX compliance • IRUS • Get CORE plug-ins New version • Content • Take up & take down • Issues • Export • RIOXX compliance • IRUS • Get CORE plug-ins • Deposit compliance • DOI enrichment • ORCID enrichment 28
  30. 30. Content • View statistics about content harvested from your repository • Manage take down requests 29* Displayed data are from the Open University Open Research Online repository
  31. 31. Check deposit dates Take advantage of the value of aggregators and ensure that deposited content complies with Open Access funder policies. 30* Displayed data are from the Open University Open Research Online repository
  32. 32. Browse Deposit Dates 31 * Displayed data are from the Open University Open Research Online repository
  33. 33. CORE Repository Dashboard 32 • Clean new interface • Enriched data • Better control of your data
  34. 34. CORE Repository Dashboard 33 • Improved content management tools • Plugin applications for your repository
  35. 35. CORE Repository Dashboard - Premium 34 • New Premium Edition • View, interrogate and download the deposit dates for all your publications • Cross-repository compliance matching • Enhanced support for integration Call to action – email address.
  36. 36. CORE Repository Dashboard - Premium 35 Cross-repository compliance matching • Increased compliance with REF2021 OA policy • Discover earliest date for articles - in any CORE repository, not just locally Deposit time lag – this repository vs. any repository
  37. 37. CORE Repository Dashboard - Premium 36 Rollout Schedule • Currently available to a limited number of HEIs • Launching to first 10 institutes on April 1st 2020 • Cost: £2.5kpa +VAT Register your interest today: theteam@core.open.ac.uk
  38. 38. Thank you! https://core.ac.uk

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