Publisher Policies and RoMEO Bill Hubbard Head of Centre for Research Communications University of Nottingham.

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Transcript Publisher Policies and RoMEO Bill Hubbard Head of Centre for Research Communications University of Nottingham.

Publisher Policies and RoMEO
Bill Hubbard
Head of Centre for Research Communications
University of Nottingham
Repositories in Russell &1994 Groups (UK)
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University of Bath
Birkbeck
University of Birmingham
University of Bristol
University of Cambridge
Cardiff University
University of Durham
University of East Anglia
University of Edinburgh
University of Essex
University of Exeter
University of Glasgow
Goldsmiths
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Imperial College
King's College London
Lancaster University
University of Leeds
University of Leicester
University of Liverpool
Loughborough University
LSE
University of Manchester
University of Newcastle
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
Queen Mary
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Queen’s University
University of Reading
Royal Holloway
University of St Andrews
University of Sheffield
SOAS
University of Southampton
University of Surrey
University of Sussex
University of Warwick
UCL
University of York
• With others, effective coverage of the UK HE research base
Institutions - capitalising on repositories
• Open Access
– Greater availability and wider readership
– Increased citations
– New contacts and research possibilities
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Information management
REF and evaluation
As resource for academic services
Support for new forms and systems of research
communication and collaboration
Publisher’s restrictions
• Publishers often insist on copyright transfer or
exclusive licensing as a condition of publication
• Academics sign contracts to give away copyright;
rights to re-use and exploit their research
• Institutions are primary owners of the copyright but
waived to academics through custom and practice
• Intellectual and economic properties leave the
system
• Publishers then control the exploitation of funded
research and institutional assets
direct money out of system
direct money into system - £ thousands
Scale of investment
12
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8
6
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time - months
Public investment
Publisher’s income
e.g. £300,000 over 24 months
e.g. charge of £1,800, over 3 month
publication process
How do we know what can be archived?
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RoMEO analyses standard publisher contracts
Summary of contracts and conditions made available
Publishers categorised into colours for easy reference
Simple tick and cross for archiving rights
• Covers 626 publishers world-wide
– covers majority of journals
• API to embed RoMEO functions into other services
The Open Access Rainbow
• For open access archiving - RoMEO colours
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White - no archiving
Yellow - archive pre-print only
Blue - archive post-print only
Green - archive pre- and post-print
• Authors and others have clear guidance
• The alternative of Open Access publishing is termed
Gold
RoMEO - the plot thickens, 1
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JULIET introduced in 2006
Lists and analyses Funder mandates
Summarises the mandates and assists support
50 funders listed at present
– 49 publication policies
– 21 data archiving policies
– 19 open access publishing policies
• Linking RoMEO and JULIET information to support
academics
Juliet HomePage
Juliet Detail 1
Juliet detail 2
RoMEO - the plot thickens, 2
• Some publishers use different contracts depending
on the journal
• Some have subtle and even nonsensical restrictions
• Introduction of embargoes
• Hybrid journals with OA charges
• Replacement of archiving rights with paid-for option
• Some allow UKPMC archiving but not institutional
• Open Access publishers sometimes aren’t!
• Simplicity being lost . . .
How do RoMEO and JULIET fit in?
• Academics, or support staff, need accurate and
authoritative information to find out what funders
say should happen and which publishers will allow
this to happen - and for how much!
• Funders and research managers need to get
information out of the support system
• This support needs to be embedded within
institutional systems and support structures
• RoMEO has an API -- JULIET is developing an API
• Academics need clarity
Researchers view from the past . . .
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
Funding
Researcher
Institution
Researchers’ view from the past . . .
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
Funding
Researcher
Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Funder
Mandate
Researcher
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Researcher
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
Researchers’ view
Public Funder
Publisher
Funder
with OA Option
Mandate
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Open Access
Publisher
Funding
Researcher
Central/subject
Repository
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Institutional
Repository
Institution
What do we all need to do?
• Compliance and support are complimentary
• Collaborate on support given to authors
• “ The system” to provide consistent, authoritative
information from all stakeholders at point of need
– RoMEO and JULIET can help here
– Developments underway
– Need to be integrated into institutional and funder systems
• Use infrastructure of repositories to benefit authors,
researchers, institutions and funders
Benefits for institutions
• Get a more complete picture of research output
from the institution
• Ensure compliance with funders’ requirements as
competitive advantage for future funding
• Enhance research reputation for efficiency and
management
• Support authors in their work within the institution
Questions?
• Bill Hubbard
• Head of Centre for Research Communications
• JISC Research Communication Strategist
• [email protected]
CRC Summary
SHERPA
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JISC Research
Communications
Strategy
News - Information Investigation
Strategy Development Feedback - Dissemination
SHERPA
Projects
University
OA Services
R&D
RSP - NECOBELAC
DRIVERII - OpenAIRE
SHERPA
Services
RoMEO - JULIET OpenDOAR
National Partner
DRIVER
Confederation
COAR
OA Research,
Surveys,
Projects