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A Comparative Evaluation of Open Source Data Quality Tools

Subject Guide

Heidi Zuniga
Contact:
heidi.zuniga@ucdenver.edu

(303)724-2134

FAQ

What is meant by the term “open access?”

  • Access is immediate, free, and unrestricted in most cases. We can implement a temporary embargo on a case by case basis. 


What about copyright for previously published articles?

One of the following will need to apply before you can deposit the work into the repository:

  1. You as the author retain copyright ownership OR
  2. You have transferred your copyright ownership to the publisher; however, you have retained the right to deposit a version of your work into a    digital repository OR
  3. Permission to deposit has subsequently been granted by the publisher.


What if I intend to base a future article on a poster I might submit to the repository? Will the publishers consider that a previous publication?

It depends on the publisher, although whether a previously published work has been peer-reviewed seems to be the most important factor for many publishers.

F1000Posters has compiled a list of publishers divided out according to their policies on this matter: http://f1000.com/posters/journalresponses. Another useful tool is a site called SHERPA-RoMEO: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ You can search by title, publisher, etc. and view policies on copyright, open access, self-archiving, publisher conditions, etc.


How do I submit my work?

  • Contact Heidi Zuniga, Electronic Resources Librarian at 303-724-2134 heidi.zuniga@ucdenver.edu


What can I submit?

  • Overall, the work should be scholarly, educational and/or research based and reflect the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
  • However, we are open to new ideas so please contact us with your submission.
  • Some typical repository items:
    • Journal articles (including published material, depending on copyright restrictions)
    • Book chapters
    • Monographs
    • Pre-prints
    • Data sets
    • Multimedia
    • Grey literature
    • Images
    • Teaching material
    • Technical reports
    • Web-based presentations
    • PowerPoint presentations
    • Professional activity material
    • Projects and portfolios
    • Performances
    • Special events material
    • Conference material
    • Departmental publications