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RE: Deposit Mandates as part of Publisher Services

Thank you, Ann, for suggesting this!  I've been puzzling over the 
same thing.  Might I suggest that it would also be useful if you 
could get samples of the messages that the publisher will send to 
the investigator to alert them that they need to go in to approve 
the submission?  It'll be very helpful as we're preparing 
information pages for our folks if we can provide them with 
concrete examples of what to expect.


T. Scott Plutchak
Director, Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences
University of Alabama at Birmingham


From: owner-liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu on behalf of Ann Okerson
Sent: Fri 3/14/2008 11:37 AM
To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
Subject: Deposit Mandates as part of Publisher Services

This message is aimed (primarily but not necessarily exclusively) 
at the STM publishers who are members of liblicense-l:

If your publishing organization is providing for your authors the 
service of deposit of their articles according to various 
mandates, particularly NIH (beginning on 4/7) could you kindly 
describe the nature or extent of these services by sending *to 
me* (ann.okerson@yale.edu)  a descriptive note of what and how 
you do this? If you are in the planning stages, can you write to 
that effect?  It will be helpful, from the institutional end, to 
understand where such services are being or will be provided, 
outside of universities, as we continue to develop our own 
protocols.  If there is overlap or redundancy, it might be useful 
to sort that out.  If your response should be confidential at 
this time, please so note.

If there is an interesting set of responses, I'll summarize here.

Thank you, Ann Okerson/Yale Library