SPEC Kit 343: Library Support for Faculty/Researcher Publishing · 37
Percentage Responses
0 1
1 9
2 2
3 3
5 11
6 2
8 2
10 8
12 1
15 1
20 3
30 1
37 1
50 1
60 1
80 1
14. Do librarians help faculty/researchers with compliance with public access mandates (e.g., NIH)?
Yes 54 83%
No 11 17%
If yes, please briefly describe the services offered to support compliance with public access
mandates. N=51
A science librarian is available to assist researchers to correctly submit materials to PubMed Central. Provide a LibGuide
on how to do it.
Addressed in institutional repository “Open Access Works: FAQs.”
Assistance with data management plans, classes, and consultation on NIH access policies
Awareness and education, particularly with respect to regulations that will be implemented per the recent OSTP memo.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) mandates open access to publications. Our library helps CIHR-funded
researchers comply with the mandate by providing the Open Access Authors’ Fund (including BioMed Central
institutional membership), and by assisting with pre-print deposits into our institutional repository.
Compliance with data plans and public access provided by data librarian, scholarly communications librarian, sciences
librarians, and as part of services to be offered in Scholars’ Commons opening in Fall 2014.
Consultation and advisory for compliance with DMP requirements, public access for funded works, general
communication with researchers about requirements
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