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Usage reporting

See Usage statistics and metrics b-w.pdfseparate page

 

Citation analysis

See separate page

 

Self-archiving permissions advisory services

 

SHERPA RoMEO

http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/

Provides a search-by-publisher and search-by-journal service detailing what conditions of self-archiving the publisher allows and the publisher's compliance with individual funder OA policies. Managed by the SHERPA Project at the University of Nottingham. A major upgrade to RoMEO was released on 22 October 2009. Details taken verbatim from the press release are as follows:

*    Extra Category for the self-archiving of the Publisher's Version/ PDF

*    Expanded Journal Coverage

*    Extra Search Options for Journal Abbreviations and Electronic ISSNs

*    New Tabular Browse View for Publishers

*    Selective Display of Publishers' Compliance with Funding Agencies' Mandates

 

SHERPA RoMEO Portuguese version

http://bit.ly/hqA08i

Shows the SHERPA RoMEO interface and content in Portuguese.

 

SHERPA RoMEO  Spanish version

http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/?la=es

Shows the SHERPA RoMEO interface and content in Spanish.

 

EPrints RoMEO

http://romeo.eprints.org/

Provides a search-by-publisher and search-by-journal service detailing what conditions of self-archiving the publisher allows. Managed by EPrints at the University of Southampton.

 

OAK List

http://www.oaklist.qut.edu.au/

A service from the OAK Law Project to complement SHERPA RoMEO by broadening the coverage to journals from Australasia and its region. Provides a search-by-publisher and search-by-journal service detailing what conditions of self-archiving the publisher allows.

 

DULCINEA

http://www.accesoabierto.net/dulcinea/

A service developed by the Buscar Project with the aim of complementing SHERPA RoMEO by broadening the coverage to Spanish publishers.

 

Open Access Policies Search

http://cairss.caul.edu.au/www/search/open_access_policies_search.htm

A new (June 2009) service offered by CAIRSS (CAUL Australian Institutional Repositories Support Service. It enables simultaneous searching across SHERPA RoMEO, OAK List and AqcWeb services to find journal self-archiving policies.

 

Funder policy advisory services

 

SHERPA JULIET

http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/juliet/index.php

Listing of funder Open Access policy requirements, detailing which require self-archiving, OA publishing (gold journals) and funder policies on Open Data. Managed by the SHERPA Project at the University of Nottingham.

 

Author addenda and licences-to-publish

 

SPARC/Science Commons Scholar's Copyright Addendum Engine (SCAE)

http://sciencecommons.org/projects/publishing/scae/

Developed by SPARC and Science Commons. Offers a set of options for authors to choose from, enabling them to retain the rights they wish to keep. The website offers a point-and-click service that generates a one-page PDF addendum for authors to append to standard publisher CTAs.

 

SPARC Canadian Author Addendum

http://www.carl-abrc.ca/projects/author/author-e.html

Developed by SPARC and CARL (Canadian Association of Research Libraries).

 

SURF/JISC Copyright Toolbox

http://copyrighttoolbox.surf.nl/copyrighttoolbox/

Provides tools for both authors and publishers to create agreements that retain necessary rights.

 

For more on this topic see briefing materials on Copyright and Licensing

 

Repository listing services

 

ROAR (Registry of Open Access Repositories)

http://roar.eprints.org/

Provides searchable, classified listings and statistics on OA repositories worldwide, including software used, size, etc. Maintained by EPrints at the University of Southampton.

 

OpenDOAR (Directory of Open Access Repositories)

http://www.opendoar.org/

Provides searchable, classified listings and statistics on OA repositories worldwide, including software used, size, etc. Maintained by the SHERPA Project at the University of Nottingham.

 

Repository Maps

http://maps.repository66.org/

A mapped representation of OA repositories worldwide. Developed and managed by Stuart Lewis at the University of Aberystwyth.

 

Publishing platforms

 

CARPET (Community for Academic Reviewing, Publishing and Editorial Technology)

http://www.carpet-project.net

Funded by the DFG. Project partners: Max Planck Digital Library, Goettingen University Library, DINI and the Open-Access-Informationsplattform. The project will describe existing tools for electronic publishing and will develop a system to point users to the most appropriate one for a given purpose. The first list of tools is expected in spring 2009.

 

DPubS (Digital Publishing System)

http://dpubs.org/

Developed by Cornell University. Open source software for the publication of journals, monographs, conferences and other types of scholarly outputs.

 

EPrints

http://www.eprints.org

The EPrints repository software is used in several instances as an electronic journal publishing platform.

 

RIOJA Project

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ls/rioja/

JISC-funded project led by University College London (other project partners: Cambridge, Cornell, Glasgow and Imperial College London). Investigated the overlay of quality assurance on papers deposited in Open Access repositories. Outputs: a set of APIs to enable easy set up of journals overlaid on repositories (for OJS software, for EPrints software and to start new AP-enabled EPrints-based repositories. Toolkit available from the project website.

 

OJS (Open Journal Systems)

http://pkp.sfu.ca/?q=ojs

Open source journal publishing platform developed by the Public Knowledge Project. Enables every stage of the publication process from submission through peer review to online publication and indexing. Companion software OCS (Open Conference Systems) for publishing peer-reviewed conferences.

 

OMEKA

http://omeka.org/about

Open source publishing platform for collections, for use by scholars, museums, libraries, etc.

 

Other services

 

DOCOLOC

http://www.docoloc.de/

Plagiarism detection service that detects identical/similar versions of electronic documents. The software is not free (yet) but the DFG is funding a project that aims at implementing it on the German network of certified OA repositories.

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