The following article (preprint) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship published by Taylor & Francis.
Ashley D.R. Sergiadis
East Tennessee State University
via Digital Commons @ Eastern Tennessee State University
Note: Accepted for publication in the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship published by Taylor & Francis.
East Tennessee State University developed a workflow to add journal publications to their institutional repository and faculty profiles using three tools: Zotero for entering metadata, SHERPA/RoMEO for checking copyright permissions, and Unpaywall for locating full-text documents. This study evaluates availability and accuracy of the information and documents provided by Zotero, SHERPA/RoMEO, and Unpaywall for journal publications in four disciplines. The tools were less successful with works authored by arts and humanities and education faculty in comparison to works authored by medicine and health sciences and social and behavioral sciences faculty. The findings suggest that publisher practices contributed to the disciplinary differences.
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41 pages; PDF.