How can universities increase Green Open Access? Article deposit rates soar after direct solicitation from library. | Impact of Social Sciences

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Summary:

"Universities have struggled to increase article deposit rates for their institutional repositories. Regardless of citation benefits and top-down mandates, getting faculty to adjust publishing workflows does not happen overnight. At their institution, Michael Boock and Hui Zhang found that direct solicitation of author manuscripts has been the most effective method of reaching a higher deposit rate....

Academic libraries are usually charged with policy implementation at OA policy institutions. A variety of methods for increasing article rates of deposit are used. Most often they focus on advocacy and education about the value of OA. Libraries continue to seek a reliable and practical solution for increasing article deposit rates.  In our recent Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communicationstudy “It Takes More Than a Mandate”, we found that direct solicitation of author manuscripts has been the most effective method of reaching a higher rate of article deposit at our university. In January 2012, OSU Libraries initiated a process to identify newly published OSU faculty research articles using Web of Science RSS feeds. Library staff then request and deposit faculty articles into the university’s institutional repository...."

Link:

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2015/06/17/how-can-universities-increase-green-open-access/

Updated:

05/12/2019, 06:16

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oa.deposits oa.implementation oa.case oa.case.repositories oa.compliance oa.libraries oa.ir oa.green oa.recommendations oa.repositories oa.self_archiving

Date tagged:

05/12/2019, 10:16

Date published:

06/17/2015, 06:16