Had a good chat with a peer site in Europe today and we are looking at the similar work we have both been doing can be brought into one offering – or two or three modules perhaps – providing tools for open access in EPrints. We used our Glasgow EPrints Open Access screens as the
We’re pleased to announce the third of our project workshops. This will look at implementing the Research Excellence Framework Open Access requirements. We’ll be focusing on processes and tools which can support this implementation, as well as sharing good practice and discussing your own plans and processes. Speakers include Ben Johnson (HEFCE) and Cameron Neylon.
We used the University of Glasgow EPrints live Open Access case demo at this weeks repository fringe event to illustrate the life of an open access record. One of the breakout groups then discussed open access metadata required by research organisations in addition to that required for funders. We wove other tools into the story
Hi All, The first draft of the open access metadata profile is available for viewing and comment at http://dictionary.casrai.org/Open_Access_APC_Report We hope to build a common dictionary of terms about open access to facilitate sharing of information. You can register to contribute to the profile discussion at http://dictionary.casrai.org/Special:RequestAccount Once your registration is accepted you can ‘navigate
Hello, We sent a test report extract from EPrints to Jisc*. * Note this sample includes early stage publications e.g. before a Pubmed ID exists or before actual publication so not all details in this sample A Jisc representative confirmed they can ingest it into the process they use to assemble data from the spreadsheet
Had a short slot in the recent LIBER OpenAire workshop speaking about how Glasgow has communicated with researchers and what systems and processes we have in place for managing open access.
Following a period of testing and engagement with the community, University of Glasgow are now able to capture Open Access information in our live EPrints repository and generate reports that we can use for Charities Open Access Fund and other reporting purposes. We have made the code publicly available on GitHub for others to download,
Our work on open access metadata capture was mentioned at the EuroCRIS Paris meeting recently. Pablo De Castro was giving an overview on the new European Commission/OpenAIRE Gold Open Access Pilot https://www.openaire.eu/goldoa/fp7-post-grant/pilot in which Glasgow are participating and included some of his views on open access issues and status across a variety of organisations. There
We had a very useful chat around our ‘Glasgow’ Open Access fields with EPrints sites and interested parties on 30th April. We are considering how to share our work on Open Access so that others can use our ‘non-REF/non-RCUK’ fields. More on this coming soon…. We are using the RCUK (RIOXX project) plugin for RCUK
E2E project – Lancaster University This is an update on how Lancaster University has benefited from the outputs of the E2EOA project so far. We have already made some changes after considering good practice at other institutions in the E2EOA project: we have changed our funding application process so that the application is made after