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  1. 1. REF Compliance – what Jisc is doing3 August 2015
  2. 2. REF plug-in development: »EPrints REF plug-in »Working closely with HEFCE as development proceeds. 10/08/2015 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 2
  3. 3. REF plug-in development »Eprints REF plugin will build on the original one developed for the 2014 REF »Institutions wishing to use the REF plugin must also install the RIOXX plugin »Expression of interest to trial the EPrints plug-in »Also investigating the possibility of developing a similar tool for DSpace users. 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 3
  4. 4. REF plug-in development: Development team: »Tim Miles-Board »Sheridan Brown (Key Perspectives) 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 4
  5. 5. Jisc Monitor »Developing Services to support OA compliance »Initial prototypes have been built on the APC data. (Monitor Local and Monitor UK) »Will be looking at further services to support compliance to OA policies. 10/08/2015 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 5
  6. 6. Monitor Local Enables »Collection of info on institution’sOA research outputs »Appropriate use of APC funding »Decisions on gold or green OA »Reporting on OA publications 6 Managing and monitoring OA Core requirements: »Centred on article, chapter etc »Driven by data already available »Based on small tasks »Able to capture data from other systems »Wide variety of reports »Configurable to needs of institution
  7. 7. Monitor UK: data aggregation »Prototype shared software application at UK level »Aggregates and presents data analytics »Enables sharing of gold OA cost and compliance data »New level of business intelligence data, conveniently accessible »Benefits for institutions, Jisc, funders, global community 7
  8. 8. jisc.ac.uk Find out more… Contact… Balviar Notay Scholarly Communications Services Manager, Jisc balviar.notay@jisc.ac.uk 3 Aug 2015 Jisc Publications Router – Repository Fringe 2015 11

Editor's Notes

  • We are developing an EPrints plugin that will facilitate the process by which institutions collect much of the publications data required for the post-2014 REF.
    Jisc is working closely with HEFCE as development of the plugin proceeds.
  • So if you want more information about the plug-in development today and or expression of interest – please speak to Tim.
  • Help with Off setting negotiations with publishers.
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).
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  • Data collected by Jisc from 24 universities in 2013 and 2014 shows that payments to major publishers for OA are increasing at between 200% and 300%, and already constitute a significant proportion of total expenditure.  Most of these data have been made openly available by the universities concerned, and are key evidence both for Jisc, in negotiating deals with publishers whereby subscription and OA payments are offset, and for universities themselves in assessing the value for money they are receiving. 

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