Open Access, RIMS and persistent identifiers

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Breeze, Jonathan (2015)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.1579911.v1
  • Subject: Computer Software | Data Format | Information Systems | orcid | research information management | information management | rims

<p>A presentation given by Jonathan Breeze, Symplectic at eResearch Australasia 2015 in Brisbane, Oct 2015.</p> <p> </p> <p>Abstract: As funder and institutional open access policies start to take hold, researchers are increasingly being asked to engage with institutional repositories to share their work.</p> <p>Often seen as an unnecessary administrative burden, the submission of full-text articles to institutional repositories can be a frustrating experience, hampered by fragmented institutional systems.</p> <p>To address these frustrations, many institutions have implemented Research Information Management Systems to collate the data required to streamline the deposit of full texts and other artefacts into institutional repositories.</p> <p>This presentation examines how a RIMS can be configured to improve engagement with institutional OA policies and in turn, help repository managers track deposit rates across their institution. We will also briefly reflect on a successful ORCID integration project run by Imperial College London, the first institution to integrate a RIMS with an institutional repository, resulting in over 1200 staff claiming an ORCID within a week and leveraging the automated harvesting of data to populate their repository with verified metadata collected from external systems.</p>
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