“More and more Institutional Repositories are developed to promote the Green Open Access of research output (especially peer-reviewed journal articles). Since 2001, some institutions became adopting mandate policies aiming to mandate self-archiving by authors affiliated to these institutions This study was conducted in April, 2014 based on institutional mandates indexed by ROARMAP (the Registry of Open Access Repositories’ Mandatory Archiving Policies). A robot was developed to harvest IRs and check the status of articles (Open Access, Restricted Access or Metadata Only) and to extract the deposit date of article full-texts in IR. This study aims to analyse the performance of mandated institutional repositories from all over the world, especially in terms of deposit rates and deposit latency (difference between date of deposit and date of publication).”
URL : http://icoa2014.sciencesconf.org/38075
Business planning for digital repositories :
“The chapter covers business issues relating to the planning and establishment of digital repositories in research institutions – reasons for having a repository, investment decisions, operational issues and measuring and managing the oayoffp”
URL : http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/21470/
Institutional repositories – now and next :
“The chapter describes developments in institutional repositories and looks forward to what roles they may play and what advantages they will bring to research-based institutions in the future.”
URL : http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/21471/
Author : Alma Swan
This paper presents a summary of reported studies on the Open Access citation advantage. There is a brief introduction to the main issues involved in carrying out such studies, both methodological and interpretive.
The study listing provides some details of the coverage, methodological approach and main conclusions of each study.
URL : http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/18516/