Universities Australia, An Agenda For Australian Higher Education 2013-2016

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From p. 45: "To increase the visibility of university outputs and make them more useful for the broader community universities will include metadata on research publications in their institutional repositories and will expand the proportion of full text publications available to 50 per cent by 2030. Universities will also restructure their publications reporting process to comply with an integrated publications data, records and text access system."
From p. 47: "Universities Australia recommends that the Australian Government and its research granting bodies collect all data on publications from institutions’ digital repositories to reduce administrative burden. This would include gathering data for the higher education research data collection, assessing applications for competitive peer-evaluated research grants, conducting assessments for Excellence in Research for Australia and assessing the impact of research when these measures are established. Universities would assist by placing on their institutional repositories metadata for all publications and full text for most journal articles and conference papers and for many other publications."



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Date tagged:

02/27/2013, 17:25

Date published:

02/27/2013, 12:25