Item Open AccessOpen Research Infrastructure – supporting open research practices at Cambridge(2023-11-17) Martinez Garcia, Agustina; Martinez Garcia, Agustina [0000-0003-1440-5829]Open research helps to support key features of research and innovation such as transparency, openness, verification and reproducibility and it also helps to foster collaboration within and across disciplines. Institutional support for open, suitable infrastructures that underpin research plays a key role in enabling open research practices within the research community at Cambridge, and beyond. In this talk I will provide an overview of the open research programme currently being developed, with a particular focus on those areas / projects concerned with the implementation of open systems and services to support open research practices such as alternative publishing models and the role of institutional repositories in supporting early publication of research findings in ways that maximise discovery and impact following FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable) principles, amongst others. Item Published version Open AccessUniversity of Cambridge Open Access Publications Policy Framework(University of Cambridge, 2017) Open Access Project BoardThe University of Cambridge is committed to disseminating its research and scholarship as widely as possible. This document contains the University's Open Access Policy Framework. Item Accepted version Open AccessNobody Puts Copyright in the Corner: How to Tell Them What They Don't Want to Know About Copyright(2019-06-26) Sewell, Claire; Sewell, Claire [0000-0003-1669-7861]Presentation on copyright education for library staff at the University of Cambridge. Item Published version Open AccessEnhancing Open Access at Cambridge: Apollo repository and CRIS integrationsMartinez Garcia, Agustina; Martinez Garcia, Agustina [0000-0003-1440-5829]Following from the integration of Cambridge’s Institutional Repository, Apollo, with the University’s CRIS system (Symplectic Elements), Cambridge University Library has developed two web-based systems to further streamline and enhance the workflows for managing Open Access (OA) publication submissions, and to collect key missing publication metadata in ways that improve researchers’ interaction with the relevant systems. The first system, Fasttrack, aims to drastically reduce the time needed to process repository submissions. It provides a user-friendly interface to review and approve submissions in Apollo via the DSpace API. The second web-based application, LastMinute.CAM, is a simple web form to collect missing publications metadata required for calculating open access compliance. Collected publications metadata is automatically pushed into the CRIS’ associated publication records and is then available to the CRIS’ reporting services. We will also present preliminary results from the Jisc Publications Router – Symplectic Elements integration pilot in which we are participating. The Publications Router is a JISC-led project to create a system that automatically sends notifications about research articles to an institutions’ repository, together with full-text copies of those articles where available. This has the potential to both streamline open access deposit workflows and enrich metadata records in the CRIS system. Item Open AccessTowards a community of Open Research Champions: insight from the Cambridge Data Champion Programme(2019-06-04) Jones, Sacha; Jones, Sacha [0000-0003-0492-2662]This presentation is for “FAIR Science: tricky problems and creative solutions”, which took place at the Wellcome Auditorium, The Queen’s Medical Research Institute, University of Edinburgh. This one day event is organised by Ralitsa Madsen. Item Open AccessThe Open Research journey – from concept to implementation(2019-04-04) Kingsley, Danny‘Open Research’ as a term was not in the lexicon a decade ago and has only really hit mainstream in the past five years. Having a position on Open Research allows an institution to consider proactive ways to meet these needs rather than reacting to new policies. This is strategic preparation in what is a highly volatile environment where many parameters are not yet defined. No-one has all the answers here, we are all feeling our way, but working collectively is, in itself, a good model for ‘openness’. This talk is part of that openness, to share where Cambridge is on this journey. Item Open AccessOpen Research - an institutional perspective(2018-11-29) Kingsley, DannyThese are the slides that were part of a Webinar hosted by OASPA: "Open Science Webinar: A view from Researchers, Institutions and the Open Science Policy Platform" and discusses what Open Research is, why it is necessary and briefly touches on the kinds of issues institutions need to consider if there is to be a move towards Open Research. Item Published version Open AccessApollo, Cambridge’s Institutional Repository – ORCID integration(2018-10-30) Martinez Garcia, Agustina; Martinez Garcia, Agustina [0000-0003-1440-5829]Short talk at "Unlocking the power of ORCID integrations" webinar showcasing repository - ORCID integrations. The talk focuses on describing Cambridge's current integration with ORCID, via Apollo repository, and DataCite's "auto-update" feature. Item Open AccessAnd you thought you were up on all of this(2018-10-15) Kingsley, DannyThis presentation provides an overview of the current landscape in open access the talk starts with some history and then considers the current state of open access and looks at the bigger landscape, and considers the political situation, the new open narrative and the challenges of implementing Open Research. Item Accepted version Open AccessAvoiding Extinction Re-Skilling the 21st Century Academic Librarian(2018-07-05) Sewell, Claire; Sewell, Claire [0000-0003-1669-7861]Outlining the developments in scholarly communication and academic librarianship, this presentation looks at the results of a global survey into the educational background of people working in scholarly communication. Item Accepted version Open AccessBlueprint for Success: Developing a Library Research Support Strategy(2018-06-28) Sewell, Claire; Sewell, Claire [0000-0003-1669-7861]Presentation given at the CPD25 event: The Role of the Library in Supporting Research. Looking at how to build a research support strategy for your library service with a case study of Cambridge University Libraries. Item Published version Open AccessApollo, Cambridge’s Institutional Repository, and the University’s CRIS system(2018-06-13) Martinez Garcia, Agustina; Martinez Garcia, Agustina [0000-0003-1440-5829]In this presentation we will describe the work we have recently conducted on the integration between Cambridge’s Institutional Repository, Apollo, and the University’s CRIS system. The integration work aimed to streamline and enhance the existing workflows for managing Open Access (OA) submissions by both reducing the number of systems in use and improving the experiences of our researchers when dealing with OA-related matters. We would also like to discuss issues arising from the integration work and suggest potential features for future development. Item Open AccessLibrarians – we need to talk(2018-06-07) Kingsley, DannyThis was a presentation made to the Cambridge Libraries Group that looked at the academic publishing industry - from the first journals through to the increase i commercial publishing post WW2 through the Big Deals to moves to become large data companies - and the implications this has for academic libraries. It included information about some of the recent legal activity by publishers towards academic sharing sites and Sci-Hub. Item Open AccessInstitutional Framework and Responsibilities: Facing Open Science’s challenges and assuring quality of research(2018-05-25) Kingsley, DannyThis presentation to LERU workshop: Nurturing a Culture of Responsible Research in the Era of Open Science considered the issue of the credibility of science being in question in a 'post-truth' world and how reproducibility is adding to the problem. Open Science offers a solution, but it is not easy to implement, particularly by research institutions. The main issues relate to language used in the open space, that solutions look different to different disciplines, that researchers are often feeling "under siege" and that we need to reward good open practice. Item Open AccessThe ‘end of the expert’: why science needs to be above criticism(2018-05-24) Kingsley, DannyIn 1942, Robert Merton wrote that “Incipient and actual attacks upon the integrity of science” meant that science needed to “restate its objectives, seek out its rationale”. Some 77 years later we are similarly in an environment where “the people of this country have had enough of experts". It is essential that science is able to withstand rigorous scrutiny to avoid being dismissed, pilloried or ignored. Transparency and reproducibility in the scientific process is a mechanism to meet this challenge and good research data management is a fundamental factor in this. Item Accepted version Open AccessRelease Your Inner Superhero: a New Approach to Professional Development(CILIP, 2018-02-01) Sewell, CE; Morris, Wendy; Sewell, Claire [0000-0003-1669-7861]Article exploring the Superhero Roadshow - a new way to encourage library staff to engage with their profession. Item Accepted version Open AccessPenguin poop, breaking the internet and doughnuts: What it’s really like working in research support(2018-04-11) Sewell, Claire; Sewell, Claire [0000-0003-1669-7861]Presentation on working in research support in libraries. Given at CILIP Careers Day 2018. Item Open AccessCambridge use case: Integrating RSpace and Apollo repository(2018-03-16) Martinez Garcia, Agustina; Martinez Garcia, Agustina [0000-0003-1440-5829]Presentation at the "Digital Notebooks - how to provide solutions for researchers", organised by TU Delft Library. Topic: Integrations between research data repositories and electronic lab notebooks.