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Creating and Curating the Cognitive Commons: Southampton’s Contribution

Creating and Curating the Cognitive Commons: Southampton’s Contribution
Creating and Curating the Cognitive Commons: Southampton’s Contribution
The Web is becoming humankind's Cognitive Commons, where knowledge is created and curated collaboratively. We trace its origins from the advent of language around 300,000 years ago to a recent series of milestones to which the University of Southampton has contributed, helping Open Access (OA) Institutional Repositories (IRs), OA IR contents, and OA mandates to grow through the posting of the Subversive Proposal in 1994, the creation of CogPrints in 1997, the OpCit citation-linking project in 1999, the creation of the Eprints IR software in 2000, the Citebase citation-linking engine in 2001, the ROAR repository in 2002, the adoption and promotion of OA mandates (beginning with the ECS Southampton mandate, the world's first, in 2002), the creation of the ROARMAP mandates registry in 2003, and the ongoing bibliography of the Open Access Impact Advantage since 2004.
open access, institutional repositories, research impact, University of Southampton, mandates, metrics, eprints, cogprints
9789058678744
193-199
Universitaire Pers Leuven
Carr, Les
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Swan, Alma
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Harnad, Stevan
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Simons, Maarten
Decuypere, Mathias
Vlieghe, Joris
Masschelein, Jan
Carr, Les
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Swan, Alma
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Harnad, Stevan
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Simons, Maarten
Decuypere, Mathias
Vlieghe, Joris
Masschelein, Jan

Carr, Les, Swan, Alma and Harnad, Stevan (2011) Creating and Curating the Cognitive Commons: Southampton’s Contribution In, Simons, Maarten, Decuypere, Mathias, Vlieghe, Joris and Masschelein, Jan (eds.) Curating the European University. Universitaire Pers Leuven pp. 193-199.

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The Web is becoming humankind's Cognitive Commons, where knowledge is created and curated collaboratively. We trace its origins from the advent of language around 300,000 years ago to a recent series of milestones to which the University of Southampton has contributed, helping Open Access (OA) Institutional Repositories (IRs), OA IR contents, and OA mandates to grow through the posting of the Subversive Proposal in 1994, the creation of CogPrints in 1997, the OpCit citation-linking project in 1999, the creation of the Eprints IR software in 2000, the Citebase citation-linking engine in 2001, the ROAR repository in 2002, the adoption and promotion of OA mandates (beginning with the ECS Southampton mandate, the world's first, in 2002), the creation of the ROARMAP mandates registry in 2003, and the ongoing bibliography of the Open Access Impact Advantage since 2004.

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Submitted date: 2011
Additional Information: Chapter: 25
Keywords: open access, institutional repositories, research impact, University of Southampton, mandates, metrics, eprints, cogprints
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 271844
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/271844
ISBN: 9789058678744
PURE UUID: b258b8b8-7cf7-457d-89ab-4d95c6b94c10
ORCID for Les Carr: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2113-9680

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Date deposited: 24 Dec 2010 14:54
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 06:38

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Author: Les Carr ORCID iD
Author: Alma Swan
Author: Stevan Harnad
Editor: Maarten Simons
Editor: Mathias Decuypere
Editor: Joris Vlieghe
Editor: Jan Masschelein

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