Announcing 🎉 to create the simplest way to self-archive a paper. Click a link, drag and drop the paper, done. For libraries, easily upgrade the deposit workflow for your repository. Take a look:
81% of publishers allow some form of self-archiving. Making deposit as easy as drag & drop can help finally close the *huge* gap btw what could be made available & what actually is. For libraries will work w/ existing IRs w/o complex integrations or setup
More details on , if you haven't looked into it yet - trying to make an embeddable tool for any repo that will do all the "pre-work", leaving only manual deposit left to do. #OpenRepo2019
We'll be at #alaac19 from Friday! We'd love to chat about InstantILL, or , or anything else you have in your mind. Reply / DM / email to arrange a time to meet.
Interesting presentation by on how will soon be launching a new service for libraries called . This could be a great improvement for the UI and UX for author self-archiving. Watching with interest. #OpenRepo2019
81% of publishers allow some form of self-archiving. Making deposits as easy as drag & drop can help close the HUGE gap between what could be made available & what actually is. For libraries will work w/ existing repositories w/o complex integrations
Looking for feedback, so share your *thoughts* at ! #OpenRepo2019
Building to make self-archiving the simplest way to increase a paper’s impact.
Now on stage at #OpenRepo2019: introducing a project to automate the deposit workflow in an OA repository.