Overall Rating Bronze
Overall Score 37.00
Liaison Bo Solomon
Submission Date March 4, 2022

STARS v2.2

Drexel University
AC-11: Open Access to Research

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.67 / 2.00 Hugh Johnson
Senior Associate
Office of Research and Innovation
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Does the institution offer repository hosting that makes versions of journal articles, book chapters, and other peer-reviewed scholarly works by its employees freely available on the public internet?:
No

Website URL where the open access repository is available:
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A brief description of the open access repository:
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Does the institution have a published policy that requires its employees to publish scholarly works open access or archive final post-peer reviewed versions of scholarly works in an open access repository?:
No

A copy of the institution's open access policy:
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The institution's open access policy:
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Does the policy cover the entire institution? :
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Does the institution provide an open access article processing charge (APC) fund for employees?:
Yes

A brief description of the open access APC fund:

As part of its efforts to raise awareness of open access to research, the Drexel University Libraries is pleased to announce the launch of a pilot Open Access Publishing Fund. The fund will help subsidize the article processing charges (APCs) Drexel scholars must pay to publish in Open Access (OA) journals.
Libraries will provide up to $2,000 per author to cover the APC costs required to publish in an approved OA publication. All Drexel University researchers, faculty, staff and currently enrolled students from any discipline or University department who have an accepted manuscript may apply for funds, regardless of alternative funding.


Does the institution provide open access journal hosting services through which peer-reviewed open access journals are hosted on local servers with dedicated staff who provide publishing support at no (or minimal) cost?:
No

A brief description of the open access journal hosting services:

https://www.library.drexel.edu/services/research-data-management-support/sharing-data/

As a researcher, depositing your data in a repository can increase exposure and collaboration for your research and data. Sharing data also helps researchers meet funding agency and publisher requirements, encourages transparency, enables reproducibility of research results, and reduces the redundancy of data production in research.

Numerous organizations provide multidisciplinary, subject-based repositories to researchers worldwide, and the Drexel Libraries offers services to help you identify a repository for your data.

Below are links to several resources to help you get started, or contact the Research Data Management Team for further assistance identifying an appropriate repository.

Re3data.org: Re3data.org is a global registry of research data repositories that can help you find repositories that are relevant to your research.
Research Data Repositories Guide: The Research Data Repositories Guide provides additional information for finding repositories, as well as descriptions of some popular multipurpose data repositories.
Drexel Research Discovery provides access to research and scholarly outputs created by Drexel University faculty, staff and students, including theses & dissertations, journal articles, conference papers and proceedings, posters and research data. For more information about depositing datasets in Drexel Research Discovery, contact the Drexel University Archives staff.


Estimated percentage of peer-reviewed scholarly works published annually by the institution’s employees that are deposited in a designated open access repository:
25

Website URL where information about the institution’s support for open access is available:
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