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Jisc Publications Router – helping you
capture your institution’s outputs
3 August
2015
Lifecycle of a research article
Where Router fits in
3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 2
Overview of Router – its rationale
»Simplify many-to-many
relationship between
publishers and IRs
»Direct articles to appr...
Jisc Publications Router – mark one
»Developed for Jisc
by EDINA
»Project objective:
to demonstrate a viable
prototype
3 A...
Content providers to Router 1.0
»Europe PMC (metadata only)
»Trial with Nature Publishing
Group (with embargoed full
text)...
Engaging content providers
In-principle discussions held with about a dozen further
publishers
»Both subscription-dominate...
Institutions benefiting from Router 1.0
Existing participants:
»University of Huddersfield
from 19 May 2014
»University of...
A new phase for Jisc Publications Router
»Project at EDINA to complete on 31 July 2015
»Succeeded in demonstrating viable ...
Introducing Jisc Publications Router 2.0
»Currently being developed by Cottage Labs
»Handover to Jisc staff early 2016
»Ob...
New Router – new system architecture
»Institution specifies parameters to decide
which articles it wants
»No longer needs ...
Keeping what we’ve learned
Initially
»Institutions voiced preference for full-text deposit
Now
»Priority is to alert insti...
New Router – closer integration
»Closer interoperability with the rest of Jisc's OA services
»Aiming for rapid expansion o...
Your priorities – how can we help?
Some ideas:
»Pass on metadata-only notifications from PubMed (wider
A&I database) – som...
jisc.ac.uk
Find out more…
Contact…
Steve Byford
Scholarly Communications Manager, Jisc
steve.byford@jisc.ac.uk
3 Aug 2015 ...
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Jisc Publications Router

  1. 1. Jisc Publications Router – helping you capture your institution’s outputs 3 August 2015
  2. 2. Lifecycle of a research article Where Router fits in 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 2
  3. 3. Overview of Router – its rationale »Simplify many-to-many relationship between publishers and IRs »Direct articles to appropriate institution(s) »Alert institution to its outputs »Help capture them to repository or CRIS What it’s for… »Scalability: capturing outputs published globally »Capturing at acceptance Key challenges 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 3
  4. 4. Jisc Publications Router – mark one »Developed for Jisc by EDINA »Project objective: to demonstrate a viable prototype 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 4
  5. 5. Content providers to Router 1.0 »Europe PMC (metadata only) »Trial with Nature Publishing Group (with embargoed full text) Initially »Full-text feed from Europe PMC (from February 2014) »eLife (from March 2015) Currently 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 5
  6. 6. Engaging content providers In-principle discussions held with about a dozen further publishers »Both subscription-dominated and OA »Progressing to technical implementation has proved challenging »Plan to add direct feeds from mix of publishers »Also investigating feasibility of multi-publisher solutions 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 6
  7. 7. Institutions benefiting from Router 1.0 Existing participants: »University of Huddersfield from 19 May 2014 »University of Reading from 4 Aug 2014 »University of Salford from October 2014 HEIs that indicated they were scheduling installation of importer: »Leicester, Southampton, Glasgow, Robert Gordon, Sussex Registered for email alerts: »Sussex, Nottingham, Brunel Signed agreement on embargoes: »MIT, Leicester Further interest from »Warwick, Bath, Liverpool 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 7
  8. 8. A new phase for Jisc Publications Router »Project at EDINA to complete on 31 July 2015 »Succeeded in demonstrating viable prototype »Jisc has commissioned build of successor system 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 8
  9. 9. Introducing Jisc Publications Router 2.0 »Currently being developed by Cottage Labs »Handover to Jisc staff early 2016 »Objective to develop a pilot for service »Migrate existing institutions and content providers during August-September 2015 »Recruit new participants thereafter »Hope to move to full service status by August 2016 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 9
  10. 10. New Router – new system architecture »Institution specifies parameters to decide which articles it wants »No longer needs installation of importer »Flexibility in range of systems it can deliver to »Focus on delivering current content 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 10
  11. 11. Keeping what we’ve learned Initially »Institutions voiced preference for full-text deposit Now »Priority is to alert institutions to as much of their content as we can »Alert at acceptance, update on publication 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 11
  12. 12. New Router – closer integration »Closer interoperability with the rest of Jisc's OA services »Aiming for rapid expansion of content captured »Open to serve more institutions in 2016 »Exploring international interoperability 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 12
  13. 13. Your priorities – how can we help? Some ideas: »Pass on metadata-only notifications from PubMed (wider A&I database) – some of these are at or near acceptance »Sharing between institutional repositories – co-author problem »Initial balance of OA vs non-OA publishers – try to go for “big 5”? »Anything we’ve not thought of? 10/08/2015 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 13
  14. 14. jisc.ac.uk Find out more… Contact… Steve Byford Scholarly Communications Manager, Jisc steve.byford@jisc.ac.uk 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 14

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