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  1. We find inspiration abroad Ing. Jan Mach University of Economics, Prague Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  2. 9th International Bielefeld Conference Upgrading the eLibrary: Enhanced Information Services Driven by Technology and Economics Bielefeld, 3. – 5. února 2009 Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  3. Information about the Conference • There were 370 participants from all over the world • Full version of the programme with names of speakers, presentations and audio records of talks can be found on the website of the conference • http://conference.ub.uni-bielefeld.de Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  4. European Universities and Open Access Sijbolt J. Noorda,European University Association,Open Access Working Group, UK Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  5. what doesn’t exist in the digital mode (cannot be found by search machines) has less chance to be used, quoted and valued - “make your work digitally traceable, searchable, harvestable” • repositories should be interconnected and standardized (search machine friendly), whether managed by institution, nation or academic discipline Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  6. OA: Simple concept, complicated reality • a matter of digital access and visibility [searchable, harvestable] • of business [contracts, licenses, paying and pricing] • of quality management [peer review, citations and rankings] • of reliable archives [preservation, continuity and authenticity] • of e-science and e-learning [digital innovations and virtual labs] • of customer diversity [various academic, business and professional cultures] Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  7. Harvard Arts and Sciences Faculty & Law Faculty voted for open access to scholarly articles (a mandatory open access policy to each faculty member’s scholarly articles) • „The Harvard Open-Access Policy“„The MIT Open-Access Policy“ • EC open access pilot project • EU-funded research made freely available online • http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/open access Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  8. Automatic Enrichment of Metadata Alexander MehlerUlli Waltinger Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  9. Mapping Texts onto the DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification) by Exploring OAI-Snippets and searching for keywords in texts • Utilization of the Wikipedia category system in order to perform semantic searches Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  10. Search Engine Federation in Libraries Silke Schomburg and Jörg Prante"hbz" (Academic Library Center), Cologne Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  11. Unified search of library resources created by the association of libraries • Problems solved:the results can be obtained within one second, unified identifiers, common query language, ranking, priorities, clustering • technical background: web services - REST, HTTP, XML, Unicode; Context Query Language - CQL; filtering; facety; kontext – optional, based on linguistic analysis • open project, other persons interested are welcome Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  12. Europeana: Connecting Cultural Heritage Elisabeth NiggemannDeutsche Nationalbibliothek, Frankfurt a. M. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  13. providing access to Europe's cultural and scientific heritage through a cross-domain portal; co-operating in the delivery and sustainability of the joint portal; stimulating initiatives to bring together existing digital content; supporting digitisation of Europe's cultural and scientific heritage; • most of local portals are being developed in the framework of EU funded projects; • will be launched in 2010 with links to over 6 million digital objects; Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  14. IR Also Means Institutional Responsibility Leo WaaijersIndependent Consultant, The Netherlands Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  15. OA means access to • research results -> knowledge • that are peer reviewed -> qualitycontrolled • well preserved -> permanent access • internet distributed -> prompt access • for free re-use -> no access barriers • with attribution -> no plagiarism Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  16. Why OA? • Corporate Social Responsibility • Citation advantage (Harnad, 2004) • Science advancement • Abuse protection (plagiarism) • Eases reproduction, reduces duplication Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  17. Berlin Declaration, October 2003 • EC-petition, February2007 • European University Association, March 2008 Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  18. Recently the European University Association recommended their 800 members to „develop institutional policies and strategies that foster the availability of their quality controlled research results for the broadest possible range of users, maximizing their visibility, accessibility and scientific impact.“ • So far only 60 institutions have published results of their scientific research. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  19. What is needed? • Open Access mandate • Independent review system • Interoperable repository Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  20. The Ultimate Contract You, (your name here,) herby grant the entire, complete rights to everything you’ve ever thought, made, or done to Acme Co., in perpetuity and throughout the Universe that leads to a whole new non-Universe place; or it somebody invents a time-stopping machine so there’s no longer “perpetuity,” or if everything falls into a black hole and nobody knows which end is up and we’re all dead anyway so who cares, we’ll STILL own the rights, so stop you belly-aching, sign or don’t sign, but GROW UP, THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD WORKS, PAL. (your signature) Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  21. ETD 2009Bridging the knowledge divide 12th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations Pittsburgh, June 10. – 13., 2009 Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  22. Cathedral of Learning Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  23. About the Conference Over 200 researchers, librarians, graduate school administrators and information technology professionals from 23 nations • An illustrated edition of the ETD2009 Conference Summary • The ETD2009 Conference Proceedings • The ETD2009 Conference videos of plenary sessions 16.-19. June, 2010: University of Texas at Austin Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  24. Poster National repositories of ETDs and Grey Literature in the Czech RepublicProjects, organisations, metadata, experiences, issues Jan Mach, Iva Horová Available online Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  25. Workshops • newcomers • tutorials, ETD implementation and political strategies, repository models, the role of University libraries (The Guide for ETDs) • Distributed Digital Preservation for ETDs • NDLTD/MetaArchive distributed digital preservation network • Adobe Acrobat 9 • - advanced PDF creation, media incorporation, accessibility, security, and archiving capabilities Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  26. Conference sessions • Platforms/Demos • Open Access • New Trends • Collaboration • Global Outreach Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  27. Platforms, demos • OpenThesis.org: A Universal ETD Database with Search, Organization, Collaboration and Print Capabilities • NDLTD VTLS Visualiser • EThOS • training materials, tutorials (e.g. how to create PDF) • ETD systems on Universities (e.g. Ex Libris Digitool 1, 2 or DSpace) Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  28. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  29. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  30. Nové trendy • TopicalCategorization of Large Collections of ETDs (Ed Fox) • Using statistics (e.g. project Pirus –metric Counter) • Using SRU to Create Dissertation Mashups Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  31. Open Access • the metamorphosis of an ETD collection to an open access repository at Humboldt University Berlin • reasons for ETDs restrictions (1, 2) • „The effect of open access and downloads ('hits') on citation impact: a bibliography of studies“ Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  32. Cooperation • MetaArchive (directories, 6 copies) • DART-Europe E-theses Portal Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  33. Global Outreach • World Digital Library – UNESCO, LoC (video) • China – biggest population, censorship, 3 aggregators Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  34. Welcome speach John Hagen West Virginia University Libraries Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  35. Experience from WVU Open Access options: • World • Campus Only • Campus Encrypted (only printed) • No Access Library service: ETD printing for 15 USD 72% PDF, 28% multimedia Form with check-ups and access control options: Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  36. Open Access Publishing • I want the broadest possible dissemination of my work, and I want to provide free global access to the electronic copy of my work via the internet. • I understand that I will not be eligible to receive royalties. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  37. SELECT PUBLISHING RESTRICTIONS • No restrictions- I want my work to be available as soon as it is published.- I want people to be able to buy a copy of my work via commercial retailers (if I chose Traditional Publishing above).- I want major search engines to discover my work. • Restrictions required- I do not want my work to be available immediately.- Delay access to my work for the following length of time: • 6 month embargo • 1 year embargo • 2 year embargo Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  38. Integrating Universities' Thesis and Research Deposit Mandates Stevan Harnad Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  39. Free, Immediate Permanent Full-Text On-Line Access ETDs are with some exceptions the most suitable category of university and scientific works for Open Access Some students may want to publish their works in book form. The works may contain some borrowed texts. What is Open Acces? Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  40. Why Open Access? • To maximise the uptake, usage, applications and impact of the research output of your university • To measure and reward the uptake, usage, applications and impact of the research output of your university (research metrics) • To collect, manage and showcase a permanent record of the research output and impact of your university … by maximising the accessibility of research Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  41. Jak? OA Metrics motivate OA Mandates And OA mandates maximize OA Metrics Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  42. The earlier you mandate Green OA, the sooner (and bigger) your university's competitive advantage Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  43. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  44. Summary of OA ETDs: OA: How? Universities and funders mandate Green OA self-archiving Deposit Where? In universities' own Institutional Repositories (IRs) Deposit How? A few minutes of keystrokes per paper is all needed for 100% OA Deposit What? Author's final, approved, defended ETD Deposit When? Immediately after approved for defence Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  45. E-prints software http://www.eprints.org/ Southampton created free EPrints software to allow all universities to create their own institutional repositories very cheaply and easily. ePrints repositories are all compliant with the OAI Protocol for metadata harvesting. Only metadata? Ask for a copy – automated e-mail to the author, click on URL to send it. Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  46. National Repository of ETDs Theses.cz The ETDs Working Group initiated the creation of the National Repository of ETDs and negotiated a free-of-charge participation of state universities. The ETDs Working Group suggests that the OAI protocol be used for data harvesting  The project is not fully supported by MUNI!  - missing manuals to the k OAI-PMH import, the export of OAI-PMH is not supported, complicated submitting of ETDs, it does not contain statistics Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  47. ROARMAP Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  48. We find inspiration abroad • Open Acess • we need mandates and licences for open access • OAI-PMH standard for harvesting • advanced search interfaces supporting data discovery (SRU, CQL, …) Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague

  49. Thank you for your attention Jan Mach www.evskp.cz Ing. Jan Mach, machj@vse.czUniversity of Economics, Prague