Archives institutionnelles: DOAR, ROAR, IAR & SRS (Elsevier)
En attendant le DOAR (Directory of Open Access Registry – cf. post précédent), on peut consulter le ROAR (Registry of Open Access Repositories, sur le site: Institution Archives Registry, IAR, donc!) de Tim Brody, université de Southampton:
The Registry covers the 434 OAI-compliant OA Archives worldwide whose existence has thus far been made known. As it is intended to cover OA content (i.e., full-texts of either (1) preprints or (2) postprints of peer-reviewed journal articles, or (3) dissertations), Archives that do not provide *any* full-text content at all (only metadata), or that provide only content of other kinds (internal documents, courseware, library records, audio, video, software) are not covered — though archives of *mixed* content (both OA and non-OA) are covered. The Registry also covers only archives that are OAI-compliant, hence interoperable, harvestable using the OAI harvesting protocol.
(Stevan Harnad dans OAI Forum)
Elsevier de son côté lance Scirus Repository Search, un service specialement dedié aux depôts institutionnels:
Amsterdam, June 7, 2005 – Elsevier today announced that its free science-specific search engine, Scirus, has launched Scirus Repository Search, a new service developed to support institutional repositories. T-Space, the University of Toronto’s institutional repository, is Scirus´ first collaboration. Scirus has added T-Space to its index and is also providing additional search capabilities on the T-Space website at no cost. The new initiative will make the intellectual output from the University of Toronto, the leading and most distinguished university in Canada, easier to find on both T-Space and the Scirus website.
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