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Open Scholarship 2006:

New Challenges
for Open Access Repositories

The University of Glasgow 18-20 October 2006
 Photo: University of Glasgow Tower




The full colour programme is also available in PDF format for printing.

Wednesday 18th of October

12:00-14.30 Registration - Hunter Halls West

Tutorials and Workshops - Various Venues

Functionality and Software Issues - Hunter Halls East
William Nixon (University of Glasgow, UK)
[ Workshop Slides]
EPrints Application Profile - Lower Seminar Room
Julie Allinson (UKOLN, University of Bath, UK) and Andy Powell (Eduserv Foundation, UK)
[ Tutorial Slides]
Advocacy and Policy Issues: - Old Archives Room
Beginners Session

Morag Greig (University of Glasgow, UK)
[ Tutorial Slides]
Advocacy and Policy Issues: - Randolph Hall
Advanced Session
Joanne Yeomans (CERN, Switzerland)
[ Tutorial Slides]
Note: The Beginners Session is the Advocacy and IPR Tutorial run at OAI4 and provides an opportunity for those who missed it at OAI4 to attend
17.15-18.30 Briefings by repository suppliers - Hunter Halls East
Chair: Paul Ayris (UCL (University College London), UK)
EPrints Services and Community (Steve Hitchcock)
Digital Commons, ProQuest Information and Learning (Jane Burke)
DSpace (Jim Downing) [ Presentation]
Digitool, Ex Libris (Yaniv Levi)
Fedora, (Chris Awre)
Biomed Central (Dominic Tate)
19.00-20.00 Civic Reception (Drinks)
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow

Buffet Supper - Hunter Halls West

Thursday 19th October

08.30-10.00 Registration - Hunter Halls West
Note: All of the Plenary Sessions on Thursday and Friday will be
in the Hunter Halls East

Session 1: Opening and Keynote

Chair: Paul Ayris (UCL (University College London), UK)
Steve Beaumont (Vice Principal, Research and Enterprise)
Opening Keynote Address
Derek Law (University of Strathclyde, UK)
[ Presentation]

Session 2: Overview of Repository Development

Chair: Paul Ayris (UCL (University College London), UK)
10.00-10.30 Repository development: where are we now and where are we going?
Stephen Pinfield (The University of Nottingham, UK)
[ Presentation]
10.30-11.00 OpenDOAR
Bill Hubbard (The University of Nottingham, UK)
[ Presentation]

Morning Coffee and Tea Break - Hunter Halls West


Session 3: Added-Value Services

Chair: Lars Bjørnshauge (Lund University, Sweden)
11.30-12.00 Cross-repository interoperability
Simeon Warner (Cornell University, USA)
[ Presentation]
12.00-12.30 RepoMMan: the repository as service-oriented institutional infrastructure
Richard Green and Chris Awre (University of Hull, UK)
[ Presentation]
12.30-13.00 Bielefeld Academic Search Engine : a scientific search  service for Institutional Repositories
Friedrich Summann (Bielefeld University Library, Germany)
[ Presentation]

Lunch - Hunter Halls West


Session 4: Quality Assessment

Chair: Frank Scholze (Stuttgart University Library, Germany)
14.15-14.45 Open access and research evaluation
Stefan Hornbostel (Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance, Bonn)
[ Presentation]
14.45-15.15 Citation analysis in research evaluation
Henk Moed (CWTS, Leiden University, Netherlands)
15.15-15.45 Institutional repositories and research assessment
Les Carr (University of Southampton, UK)

Tea and Coffee Break - Hunter Halls West


Session 5: Policies and Implementation

Chair: David Prosser (SPARC Europe, UK)
16.15-16.45 Overview of Repository Developments
Alma Swan (Key Perspectives Ltd, UK)
[ Presentation]
16.45-17.15 Open access a view from the bioscience funders
Robert Terry (Wellcome Trust, UK)
[ Presentation]
17.15-17.45 Enlighten: Encouraging deposit at the University of Glasgow
Steve Beaumont (University of Glasgow, UK)
[ Presentation]

Evening Social Activities

19.30-20.30 Drinks Reception
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow
20.30-22.30 Conference Dinner
Bute Hall, University of Glasgow

Friday 20th October


Session 6: Sustainability

Chair: Bas Savenije (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
09.15-09.45 Permanent access to digital resources
Erik Oltmans (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands)
[ Presentation]
09.45-10.15 Financial aspects of institutional repositories
John MacColl (University of Edinburgh, UK)
[ Presentation]
10.15-10.45 Outsourcing a Repository
Ingeborg Zimmermann (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
[ Presentation]

Poster Session - Hunter Halls West
This includes the morning tea and coffee break


Session 7: Legal Issues

Chair: Pauline Simpson (University of Southampton, UK)
12.00-12.30 E-Repositories: Euro-Legal Issues for Publishers
Laurence Bebbington (University of Nottingham, UK)
12.30-13.00 Licence to Publish: Science ajar
Wilma Mossink (SURF Foundation, Netherlands)
[ Presentation]

Lunch - Hunter Halls West


Session 8: Academic Activities

Chair: William J Nixon (University of Glasgow, UK)
14.15-14.45 Digital architects and their new houses
Sylvia van Peteghem (Ghent University, Belgium)
[ Presentation]
14.45-15.15 Versions of academic papers and open access : attitudes and current practice among economics researchers
Frances Shipsey (Versions Project, London School of Economics)
[ Presentation]
15.15-15.45 IRIScotland and the Repository Landscape
Philip Hunter (IRIScotland Project, University of Edinburgh, UK)
[ Presentation]

Tea and Coffee Break - Hunter Halls West


Session 9: Beyond Research Papers

Chair: Neil Jacobs (JISC, UK)
16.15-16.45 Open Data - Can repositories help?
Peter Murray-Rust (JISC Spectra Project, UK)
16.45-17.15 Pulling Together the Threads - Next Steps for Repositories
Paul Ayris (UCL (University College London), UK)
[ Presentation]

Conference Close

Saturday 21st October

The Organising Committee are also pleased to offer these additional social activities on Saturday. The cost for activities trips are in addition to the conference fee and are listed in the registration form.

Tour of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow
Museum website

Afternoon Visit to the Glengoyne Whisky Distillery
Distillery website