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Digital ‘Publishing’ Services at UBC Library: cIRcle and more Hilde Colenbrander cIRcle Institutional Repository Coordinator, UBC Library  circle.ubc.ca  UBC’s Information Repository  The Politics of Publication, Dept of English, April 2, 2009  cIRcle: UBC’s Digital Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  An open access database (or repository) for published and unpublished materials Freely usable by anyone, provided creators are acknowledged and properly cited Supports scholarly communication by enabling the sharing of research findings Goal: To showcase and to share UBC’s intellectual output Pilot project launched spring 2008 Full service spring 2009 cIRcle home page https://circle.ubc.ca  2  What does ‘openly accessible’ mean? Open access (OA) literature:  UBC’s Information Repository  Digital literature made available free-of-charge on the web Refers particularly to peer reviewed research articles and their preprints Not free to produce  OA is a response to exponential journal price increases: 1986-2006: journal expenditures in ARL libraries increased by 321% http://www.arl.org/bm~doc/monser06.pdf  OA is a response to growing demands for public accountability for tax dollars  3  Open Access repositories ROAR (Registry of Open Access Repositories) currently lists 1306 repositories around the world UBC’s Information Repository  Australia: 43 Brazil: 65 Canada: 48 Germany: 101 India: 42 South Africa: 12 UK: 133 USA: 271  4  Why contribute to cIRcle? Increased visibility and readership around the world Improved indexing and hence findability UBC’s Information Repository  Search engines: Google, Google Scholar, Yahoo, etc. Content harvesters: oaister.org  Multidisciplinary inquiry Serendipitous discovery and collaboration Classroom teaching tool Valuable recruiting tool Stable URLs Preservation and management of information assets Open Access mandates, e.g. CIHR  5  What can be contributed to cIRcle? Digital materials:  UBC’s Information Repository  Research papers (pre- or postprints, or published versions, depending on copyright permissions) Conference and workshop papers Theses and dissertations, outstanding student projects Unpublished reports and working papers Books, chapters and sections Datasets Learning Objects Multimedia and audio-visual materials Software University administrative documents  6  What about copyright? For materials deposited in cIRcle: UBC’s Information Repository  cIRcle requires a non-exclusive license to distribute Copyright owner retains copyright If you are not the copyright owner, you need permission from the copyright owner (often the publisher) to deposit in cIRcle Note: Authors’ Publication Agreements are critical!  7  Copyright is a bundle of rights  UBC’s Information Repository  Transferred in whole or in part Exclusively or non-exclusively For specific time periods, or indefinitely With or without royalty fees Moral rights cannot be transferred, but can be waived  8  Managing author rights What rights does the publisher need? Exclusive right to first publication UBC’s Information Repository  What rights does the author want to keep? Re-publication in a different format, medium, place or language Posting a copy to one of more web sites Sending copies to colleagues or students Creating a derivative work Etc.  9  Copyright options for authors Option 1: Traditional Practice Transfer ownership of copyright to publishers, in exchange for publication UBC’s Information Repository  Option 2: Transfer ownership BUT reserve some specific rights for the author  Option 3: Retain ownership of copyright And give the publisher an exclusive license for first publication  10  cIRcle: UBC’s digital repository Let’s look at some current cIRcle content: 6,286 records (April 2/09) UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  English Language English Literature  Renaissance Canadian Literature  Victorian Period  Literary Theory Images courtesy of istockphoto.com  Subject Keywords  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  More cIRcle content Theses and Dissertations UBC Press collaboration UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  Open Journal Systems  UBC’s Information Repository  OJS software developed by the Public Knowledge Project at UBC, now supported by SFU A journal management and publishing system Over 2,000 journals worldwide use OJS Can be open access or subscription based UBC Library has an OJS pilot project  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  Digitized collections at UBC Library  UBC’s Information Repository  cIRcle is just one part of our digital repository University Archives digitized collections Rare Books & Special Collections digitized collections Other digitized collections  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  UBC’s Information Repository  Future Directions for cIRcle What support services do UBC researchers need? Value added services  Integrate into campus cyber infrastructure Provincial, regional and national collaboration  UBC’s Information Repository  Integrated access to collections in digital repository Detailed usage statistics Embargoes/access controls, plus request copy feature Audiovisual streaming server Automatic file format conversions Ability to accept content from other repositories Integration of cIRcle into researchers’ work flows Long term digital preservation strategies  In an openly accessible world ...  UBC’s Information Repository  Authors retain their copyright Copyright is creatively shared (using Creative Commons licenses) Users of openly shared materials acknowledge and properly cite creator(s) Knowledge is shared  62  Questions? Comments?  Contact: UBC’s Information Repository  Hilde Colenbrander cIRcle Institutional Repository Coordinator UBC Library hilde.colenbrander@ubc.ca circle.ubc.ca  

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