Institutional versus Central Deposit Optimising DRIVER Policy for the OA Mandate and Metric Era
At European Network for the Advancement of Artificial Cognitive Systems, Workshop on Social Cognition,, Germany.
16 - 17 Jan 2008.
Video (QuickTime) harnad-driver.mov
Available under License Other.
Funder central deposit mandates (like NIH) do not scale They cannot systematically cover all of research output Not all research is funded But all research originates from a university or research institution Disciplines criss-cross research space, arbitrarily and redundantly Researchers have multiple funders, publish in multiple disciplines Institutions systematically cover all of research space, in all disciplines All OA repositories are interoperable Hence both funders and institutions should mandate institutional deposit Then the deposits can be harvested centrally wherever else desired DEPOSIT INSTITUTIONALLY HARVEST CENTRALLY
Conference or Workshop Item
||Invited Keynote Speaker, First DRIVER Summit, Goettingen, Germany, 16-17 January 2008 http://www.driver-support.eu/multi/DRIVERSummit.php Event Dates: 16-17 January 2008
|Venue - Dates:
||European Network for the Advancement of Artificial Cognitive Systems, Workshop on Social Cognition,, Germany, 2008-01-16 - 2008-01-17
||institutional repositories, open access, central vs institutional deposit, mandates, metrics, self-archiving
||Web & Internet Science
|10 January 2008||Accepted/In Press|
||09 May 2008 00:55
||17 Apr 2017 19:15
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