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Title: CRIS enabling open access services – the case of UTUCRIS at the University of Turku
Authors: Salmi, Anna 
Linna, Anna-Kaarina 
Keywords: open access;CRIS/IR interoperability;Converis;University of Turku
Issue Date: 29-May-2019
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: Spring 2019 euroCRIS Membership Meeting (CSC, Espoo-Helsinki, Finland, May 27-29, 2019)
Conference: Spring 2019 Membership Meeting – Helsinki 
The University of Turku has developed a service complex that integrates all-year publication data collection with a green open access service. According to the publication policy of the University, publications produced at the University must be openly available whenever the publisher's terms allow. The Current Research Information System UTUCRIS, based on the Converis system provided by Clarivate Ltd., serves as the repository.

The Library imports approximately 50 % of all publications for the researchers from source databases. The UTUCRIS-system sends the author an automatic message about each validated publication, and the author can submit the accepted manuscript to the Library in answer. The author can also report their publication with a simplified e-form containing a field for the manuscript.

The Library self-archives the manuscript in the system alongside the publication information. As the publisher's embargo period lapses the manuscripts are permanently available online via the UTUCRIS portal.

By 2018 nearly 50 % of all the publications saved in the system were available via green or golden Open Access. The findability of the self-archived manuscripts is currently being developed further; an interface to a DSpace-run publication repository and PubMed via LinkOut service are under construction.
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