Cylchlythyr y Gadwrfa Mynediad Agored – Hydref 2017

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Cylchlythyr y Gadwrfa Mynediad Agored ̴ Hydref 2017

Non-destructive, high-content analysis of wheat grain traits using X-ray micro computed tomographyC. Nibau
A method for evapotranspiration retrievals from a mesoscale model based on weather variables for soil moisture deficit estimationG. Petropoulos

Y 5 Erthygl a lawr lwythwyd* amlaf o CADAIR ym mis Hydref 2017

Rethinking the Security DilemmaWheeler, Nicholas; Booth, Ken47
Resilience and responsibility: Governing uncertainty in a complex worldWelsh, Marc34
"Politics, Passion, Prejudice: Alice Childress's Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White"Cashman, Nicky29
Linguistic Probabilities: Theory and ApplicationHalliwell, Joe; Shen, Qiang23
Negotiation or Mediation?: An Exploration of Factors Affecting the Choice of Conflict Management in International ConflictJackson, Richard23

Y 5 Traethawd Ymchwil a lawr lwythwyd* amlaf o CADAIR ym mis Hydref 2017

The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in NigeriaOgechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence162
Have recent changes in mental health legislation and policy provided any positive gains for service users in England and Wales?Swann, Stephen Paul86
The Drama and Theatre of two South African plays under ApartheidPicardie, Michael83
A Comparison of offensive realist, defensive realist, and constructivist perspectives on the US-North Korean Security Dilemma 1992-2001Tan, Erwin79
Postmodern Nihilism: Theory and LiteratureSlocombe, Will70

Open Access Glossary

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Article processing charge (APC)

A publisher’s fee to cover editorial, peer review, marketing and distribution costs of publishing a Gold Open Access article.

Author Accepted Manuscript (AAM)

The author’s final manuscript as uploaded into the publisher’s formatted page. The AAM is distinguishable from the final published version by the lack of page, volume and issue numbers.

CADAIR

Aberystwyth University’s institutional repository – http://cadair.aber.ac.uk, shortly to be replaced by the PURE portal for external open access to AU papers

Copyright

The exclusive and assignable legal right, given to the creator of an original work to print, publish, perform or record academic, literary, artistic or musical materials.

Creative Commons Licenses

A form of licence outlining what a person may do with an open access work where the copyright is held by a third party. Details of these licenses can be found on the Creative Commons (CC) website where the 4 basic elements of the licenses are described: the attribution-only license (CC-BY), the no-derivatives license (CC-BY-ND), the no commercial reuse license (CC-BY-NC), and the ‘share-alike’ principle license (CC-BY-SA) and their various combinations.

Deposit 

Adding a research output such as an article to a repository – accompanied by standard metadata.

E-Journal Aggregators

Companies which bring together the e-journal output from multiple publishers on a single web platform through license arrangements with the primary publishers.

Embargo

A period during which access to scholarly work is restricted to those who have paid for access. Once the embargo period ends, the full-text of an article in either preprint, postprint or final published version can be deposited in a repository as permitted by the publisher of copyright holder.

Full-Text Version

The complete content of an article, which can include the background research data files associated with the output.

Gold Open Access

A system by which articles which are ‘born open access’ at the time of publication. Fully open access journals mostly charge a fee for such publication.

Green Open Access

Making a version of work (usually a postprint or author-accepted manuscript) available in an open access repository. These can be institutional such as CADAIR or subject based, such as arXivPubMed Central or RePec. Placing work in ResearchGate or other social media collections is not considered to be Green open access.

HEFCE Open Access Rules

The open access availability rules which the HEFCE’s apply for UK higher education authored papers to be eligible for the next Research Excellence Framework exercise, as variously amended at: http://www.hefce.ac.uk/rsrch/oa/

Institutional Repository

An online archive of an institution’s scholarly outputs which can include publications in peer-reviewed journals, books and book-sections, technical reports, working papers, monographs, conference presentations, audio/visual materials, mathematical models or any other research content that has scholarly value.

Metadata 

Data that describes the format and content of material in a repository or database. For items in open access repositories, this usually consists of a minimum of full bibliographic reference, abstract, keywords, any embargo details and web address.

Open Access

The process by which research results can be made freely available to anyone with an internet connection rather than keeping those results hidden behind a subscription paywall.

Postprint

The author’s peer reviewed and corrected manuscript, usually created in Word or LaTeX. When publishers require authors to upload their final postprint version of an article into a formatted page, this document is considered to be the Author Accepted Manuscript (AAM)

Preprint

Any one of the preliminary drafts of an article before it has been peer-reviewed and possibly even before any submission to a publisher.

PURE 

The Current Research Information System (CRIS) used by Aberystwyth University to manage research metadata and to deposit related publications.

RCUK Open Access Rules

The open access availability rules which RCUK applies for papers to be eligible for assessment in the award of future RCUK grants – as variously amended at: http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/research/openaccess/

REF

The Research Excellence Framework devised by the UK Higher Education Funding Councils for assessing the quality of research in UK universities and HE colleges.

Repository

An online database of Open Access works. Repositories do not undertake peer review but do hold material that has been peer reviewed elsewhere. In addition repositories can hold ‘grey literature’ such as Theses, Discussion Papers, Datasets and other material.

Scholarly Communication / Output 

A piece of research content, including articles, books, chapters, technical reports, working papers, monographs, conference presentations, audio/visual materials, research datasets, mathematical models and sequence data amongst others.

Sherpa Databases

A set of databases detailing the Open Access requirements of journals, publishers and research funders and allowing the matching of Open Access requirements between these sub-sets (e.g. for HEFCE REF eligibility requirements)

Subject Repository 

An online archive of open access literature in particular fields e.g. PubMed Central and arXiv. Can include preprints, postprints or final versions of articles as determined by the repositories’ own rules or publishers’ conditions

 

Data Ymchwil / Research Data

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“Caiff data ymchwil ei reoli i’r safonau uchaf trwy gydol cylch bywyd y data ymchwil fel rhan o ymrwymiad y Brifysgol i ragoriaeth ymchwil”

Beth yw Rheolaeth Data Ymchwil (RhDY)?

Rheolaeth data ymchwil yw’r storfa, curadu, cadwraeth, a darpariaeth o fynediad parhaus i ddata ymchwil. Mae RhDY yn ffordd o gymhwyso’r arferion da ymchwil hyn i’w gwneud yn haws i chi gynnal eich ymchwil

Pam RhDY?

Mae gan Cynghorau Ymchwil y DU, arianwyr eraill, a’r Brifysgol yn gofyn am brawf o reolaeth a rhannu data ymchwil. Mae’r manteision yn cynnwys:

  • dyfyniadau cynyddol
  • mwy o gyfleoedd ar gyfer cydweithio
  • gwelededd mwy o ddata ymchwil
  • lleihau risg o golli data trwy gadw data’n ddiogel
  • chydymffurfio â gofynion y Brifysgol a’r cyllidwyr

Beth yw cynllunio data?

Mae cynllunio data yn golygu gwneud penderfyniadau wrth ddechrau’r ymchwil i benderfynu:

  • pa feddalwedd i’w ddefnyddio
  • sut i drefnu
  • storio a rheoli’ch data
  • beth i’w gynnwys yn y cytundebau caniatâd y byddwch yn eu trafod

Oes angen imi ysgrifennu Cynllun Rheolaeth Data?

Oes! Mae’r Brifysgol yn disgwyl bod “Rhaid i bob cynnig ymchwil newydd gynnwys cynlluniau rheolaeth data ymchwil sy’n mynd i’r afael yn benodol â: cipio data, rheoli, gonestrwydd, cyfrinachedd, cadw, rhannu a chyhoeddi” Mae disgwyl gan arianwyr, yn enwedig RCUK eich bod yn ysgrifennu cynllun fel rhan o’r broses ceisio

Dylwn i rannu fy nata?

Dylwch! Dylid bob ymchwilydd recordio, cadw ac archifo eu data yn briodol, gan gynnwys ei rannu drwy ystorfa fel PURE. Gellir hyd yn oed rhannu data sensitif i’w ddefnyddio gan eraill pan mae’n cael ei ddi-enwi gyda chaniatâd addas

Ydych chi’n newydd i Reolaeth Data Ymchwil? – Erioed wedi sgrifennu CRhD?

Cysylltwch i drefnu cyfarfod i siarad ynglŷn a’ch gofynion cynllunio rheolaeth data ag ymchwil.

Rydym yn darparu canllawiau a hyfforddiant mewn:

  • Cynllunio Rheolaeth Data, ble y gallwn weithio gyda chi i ddatblygu CRhD sy’n addas i ofynion eich prosiect ymchwil
  • Trefnu, dogfennu a storio’ch data yn ddiogel yn ystod eich prosiect
  • Diogelu a rhannu data ymchwil ar ddiwedd eich prosiect trwy adneuo mewn archif PURE neu eraill

Gwybodaeth, cyngor, a cysylltiadau at adnoddau allanol: aber.ac.uk/cy/research/good-practice/data-management

Cysylltwch a ni gyda’ch cwestiynau am reolaeth data: dataymchwil@aber.ac.uk

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Dataset

Nifer yr lawrlwythiadau Number of downloads

Simulations of quasi-static foam flow through a diverging-converging channel

Cox, S., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 02/09/2016

10.20391/4984f7f8-5091-46b6-82b2-72be3d127f62

502

Lord of The Rings world audience database

Barker, M., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 25/06/2008

10.20391/b403222b-74b6-4686-9cc6-dfd1de16a31a

118

Disability and Industrial Society 1780-1948: A Comparative Cultural History of British Coalfields: Statistical Compendium

Thompson, S., Curtis, B., Turner, D., Borsay, A., Bohata, K., Jones, A., Mantin, M., Blackie, D., McIvor, A., Turner, A., Long, V., Brown, V., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 01/12/2016

10.5281/zenodo.183686

110

HIV Prevalence and Armed Conflict BY INTENSITY Dataset v.2

Woodling, M. L., McInnes, C., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 2011

10.20391/c0ddc2ec-3630-4cba-8a15-ccb0512081c6

91

HIV Prevalence and Armed Conflict Dataset v.2

Woodling, M. L., McInnes, C., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 2011

10.20391/5a9bac47-2fee-403e-9e9f-b6548ef35bb7

90

Visual attention and cognition data set

McBride, S., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 05/12/2016

10.20391/1d79e0e4-fb8d-4e2d-ba6a-194bb0938422

52

Analysis of wheat grain traits using X-ray micro computed tomography

Hughes, N., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 16/08/2017

10.20391/a11df174-d73d-4443-a7fd-ab5b7039df79

29

Do educational digital films enhance patient COPD outcomes?

Knox, L., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 19/12/2016

10.20391/8b3002e6-f1be-4a19-987b-22eb2616fbe7

4

“Research data will be managed to the highest standards throughout the research data lifecycle as part of the University’s commitment to research excellence”

What is Research Data Management (RDM)?

Research data management is the storage, curation, preservation, and provision of continuing access to research data. RDM is a way of applying these research good practices to make it easier for you to conduct your research

Why RDM?

UK Research Councils, other funders, and the University require evidence of managing and sharing research data. Benefits include:

  • increased citations
  •  increased opportunities for collaboration
  • enhanced visibility of research data
  • reduced risk of data loss by keeping data safe
  • compliance with University and funder requirements

.What is data planning?

Data planning involves making decisions at the outset of your research to decide:

  • which software to use
  • how to organise
  • store and manage your data
  • what to include in the consent agreements you negotiate

Do I need to write a Data Management Plan (DMP)?

Yes! The University expects that “All new research proposals must include research data management plans that explicitly address: data capture, management, integrity, confidentiality, retention, sharing and publication.” Many funders, especially Research Councils (RCUK), expect you to write a formal Data Management Plan as part of the application process

Should I share my data?

Yes! All researchers should record, store, and archive their data appropriately. Including sharing it via a repository such as Pure. Even sensitive data, when properly anonymised with appropriate consent can be shared for re-use by others

New to Research Data Management? – Never written a DMP?

Get in touch to arrange a meeting to talk about your research and data management planning needs.

We provide guidance and training in:

  • Data Management Planning, where we can work with you to develop a DMP suited to your research project
  • Organising, documenting, and storing your data safely during your project
  • Preserving and sharing research data at the end of your project by depositing in Pure or other repositories

Information, advice and links to external resources: aber.ac.uk/en/research/good-practice/data-management

Please contact us with your data management queries:

researchdata@aber.ac.uk

Cylchlythyr y Gadwrfa Mynediad Agored – Tachwedd 2017

Cylchlythyr y Gadwrfa Mynediad Agored ̴ Tachwedd 2017

Modulating the electronic and magnetic properties of grapheneZhongfu Zhou et al
A new framework for analysis of coevolutionary systems – directed graph representation and random walksJun He et al

Y 5 Erthygl a lawr lwythwyd amlaf o CADAIR ym mis Tachwedd 2017

Security, Democracy, and the Rhetoric of Counter-TerrorismJackson, Richard41
"Politics, Passion, Prejudice: Alice Childress's Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White"Cashman, Nicky34
Formation of band ogives and associated structures at Bas Glacier d'Arolla, Valais, SwitzerlandHambrey, Michael J.; Glasser, Neil F.; Goodsell, Becky34
Resilience and responsibility: Governing uncertainty in a complex worldWelsh, Marc29
Rethinking the Security DilemmaWheeler, Nicholas; Booth, Ken24

Y 5 Traethawd Ymchwil a lawr lwythwyd amlaf o CADAIR ym mis Tachwedd 2017

The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in NigeriaOgechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence119
Have recent changes in mental health legislation and policy provided any positive gains for service users in England and Wales?Swann, Stephen Paul106
Integrating Climate Change into Conservation and Management of Marine Fisheries Resources: A Study of the Sustainable Development of Marine Fisheries in NigeriaOkon, Emmanuel Edem101
The significance of anime as a novel animation form, referencing selected works by Hayao Miyazaki, Satoshi Kon and Mamoru OshiiTomos, Ywain60
An Investigation into the barriers faced by international students in their use of a small Irish academic libraryFoley, Orla57

OA Repository Newsletter – November 2017

Some new full-text articles from November 2017

Modulating the electronic and magnetic properties of grapheneZhongfu Zhou et al
A new framework for analysis of coevolutionary systems – directed graph representation and random walksJun He et al

Top 5 CADAIR’s downloaded Articles in November 2017

Security, Democracy, and the Rhetoric of Counter-TerrorismJackson, Richard41
"Politics, Passion, Prejudice: Alice Childress's Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White"Cashman, Nicky34
Formation of band ogives and associated structures at Bas Glacier d'Arolla, Valais, SwitzerlandHambrey, Michael J.; Glasser, Neil F.; Goodsell, Becky34
Resilience and responsibility: Governing uncertainty in a complex worldWelsh, Marc29
Rethinking the Security DilemmaWheeler, Nicholas; Booth, Ken24

Top 5 CADAIR’s downloaded Theses in November 2017

The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in NigeriaOgechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence119
Have recent changes in mental health legislation and policy provided any positive gains for service users in England and Wales?Swann, Stephen Paul106
Integrating Climate Change into Conservation and Management of Marine Fisheries Resources: A Study of the Sustainable Development of Marine Fisheries in NigeriaOkon, Emmanuel Edem101
The significance of anime as a novel animation form, referencing selected works by Hayao Miyazaki, Satoshi Kon and Mamoru OshiiTomos, Ywain60
An Investigation into the barriers faced by international students in their use of a small Irish academic libraryFoley, Orla57

OA Repository Newsletter – October 2017

Some new full-text articles from October 2017

Non-destructive, high-content analysis of wheat grain traits using X-ray micro computed tomographyC. Nibau et al
A method for evapotranspiration retrievals from a mesoscale model based on weather variables for soil moisture deficit estimationG. Petropoulos et al

Top 5 CADAIR’s downloaded Articles in October 2017

Rethinking the Security DilemmaWheeler, Nicholas; Booth, Ken47
Resilience and responsibility: Governing uncertainty in a complex worldWelsh, Marc34
"Politics, Passion, Prejudice: Alice Childress's Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White"Cashman, Nicky29
Linguistic Probabilities: Theory and ApplicationHalliwell, Joe; Shen, Qiang23
Negotiation or Mediation?: An Exploration of Factors Affecting the Choice of Conflict Management in International ConflictJackson, Richard23

Top 5 CADAIR’s downloaded Theses in October 2017

The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in NigeriaOgechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence162
Have recent changes in mental health legislation and policy provided any positive gains for service users in England and Wales?Swann, Stephen Paul86
The Drama and Theatre of two South African plays under ApartheidPicardie, Michael83
A Comparison of offensive realist, defensive realist, and constructivist perspectives on the US-North Korean Security Dilemma 1992-2001Tan, Erwin79
Postmodern Nihilism: Theory and LiteratureSlocombe, Will70

Wythnos Mynediad Agored Rhyngwladol – Hydref 23-29 2017 / International Open Access Week 23-29 October 2017

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open access/myndeiad agored

Mae’r 10fed wythnos Mynediad Agored Rhyngwladol yn rhedeg o’r 23ain hyd at 27ain Hydref 2017. Yma’n Aberystwyth, byddwn yn rhedeg y sesiynau i alluogi staff i fod yn ‘Agored er mwyn…’; thema wythnos MA 2017:

Digwyddiad MA 23-27 Hydref 2017

Hyfforddiant PURE: allbynnau MA ar gyfer FfRhY’2021’ – Mercher 25ain Hydref : 12.45-13.45 ; G24 Cledwyn (Archebu trwy GDSYA)

Sesiynau taro mewn ‘Sut-i’ PURE
Penglais – Iau 26ain Hydref: 14:00- 15:30; Caffi Canolfan y Celfyddydau/ 16:00- 17:30; IBERs Bach
Llanbadarn – Iau 26ain Hydref: 09:30-12:00; Llyfrgell Thomas Parry
Gogerddan – Gwener 27ain Hydref: 14:00- 16:00; Ystafell Seminar Stapledon 1

 

Y 5 Erthygl a lawr lwythwyd amlaf o CADAIR: Hydref 2016 – Medi 2017
Resilience and responsibility: Governing uncertainty in a complex worldWelsh, Marc365
The Role of Vineyard Geology in Wine Typicity Maltman, Alex284
Killing us softly: Investigating the aesthetics, philosophy and influence of Nordic Noir televisionCreeber, Glen222
The weathered Carboniferous Limestone at Bullslaughter Bay, South Wales: the first example of ghost rock recorded in the British Isles Griffiths, Hywel217
Genome-wide association study for crown rust (Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae) and powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. avenae) resistance in an oat (Avena sativa) collection of commercial varieties and landraces Mur, Luis & Catherine Howarth185
Y 5 Traethawd Ymchwil a lawr lwythwyd amlaf o CADAIR: Hydref 2016 – Medi 2017
Burke, Pain and Neighbourhood in International PoliticsThomas, Patrick2443
The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Nigeria Ogechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence2114
Have recent changes in mental health legislation and policy provided any positive gains for service users in England and Wales? Swann, Stephen Paul 1099
The Drama and Theatre of two South African plays under Apartheid Picardie, Michael1010
The Bicol Dotoc: Performance, Postcoloniality, and PilgrimageLlana, Jazmin Badong 853

Am ystadegau lawrlwytho misol gweler CADAIR

Am ragor o wybodaeth ynglŷn â Mynediad Agored, neu i gael gwybod sut i roi gwybodaeth ar PURE, cysylltwch ag openaccess@aber.ac.uk

open access/myndeiad agored

The 10th International Open Access week runs from 23rd to 27th October 2017. Here in Aberystwyth, we will be looking to run the following sessions to enable staff to be ‘Open in order to…’, the theme of the 2017 OA week:

OA events 23rd- 27th October 2017

PURE Training: OA outputs for REF’2021′ – Wednesday 25th October: 12:45- 13:45; G24 Cledwyn (Booking through CDSAP)

PURE ‘How-to’ drop in sessions:
Penglais – Thursday 26th October: 14:00- 15:30; Arts Centre Café/ 16:00- 17:30; IBERs Bach
Llanbadarn – Thursday 26th October: 09:30-12:00; Thomas Parry Library
Gogerddan – Friday 27th October: 14:00- 16:00; Stapledon Seminar Room 1

Top 5 CADAIR’s downloaded Articles: October 2016 – September 2017
Resilience and responsibility: Governing uncertainty in a complex worldWelsh, Marc365
The Role of Vineyard Geology in Wine Typicity Maltman, Alex284
Killing us softly: Investigating the aesthetics, philosophy and influence of Nordic Noir televisionCreeber, Glen222
The weathered Carboniferous Limestone at Bullslaughter Bay, South Wales: the first example of ghost rock recorded in the British Isles Griffiths, Hywel217
Genome-wide association study for crown rust (Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae) and powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. avenae) resistance in an oat (Avena sativa) collection of commercial varieties and landraces Mur, Luis & Catherine Howarth185
Top 5 CADAIR’s downloaded Theses: October 2016 – September 2017
Burke, Pain and Neighbourhood in International PoliticsThomas, Patrick2443
The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Nigeria Ogechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence2114
Have recent changes in mental health legislation and policy provided any positive gains for service users in England and Wales? Swann, Stephen Paul 1099
The Drama and Theatre of two South African plays under Apartheid Picardie, Michael1010
The Bicol Dotoc: Performance, Postcoloniality, and PilgrimageLlana, Jazmin Badong 853

For more monthly download statistics see CADAIR

For further information on OA or how to enter information into PURE, please contact openaccess@aber.ac.uk