The Research Dashboard brings together all the available article metadata for your institution’s published research into one place. Access to the dashboard helps you populate your institutional repository, fund open access, and compile a research impact report.
Improving open access workflows for librarians and authors
The Research Dashboard is an online tool which gives librarians and institutional open access administrators visibility of all accepted articles from corresponding authors.
You can use the dashboard to decide whether to fund open access article publishing charges (APCs). This improves the author experience and reduces the administration involved in managing open access funding.
It also provides easy-to-access metadata for every article, including author, journal, Digital Object Identifier (DOI), and funder information – making it easier to ensure compliance with funder mandates, and to keep your institutional repository up to date.
Developed in close collaboration with librarians, our Research Dashboard is one of the best open access workflow tools available for institutions.
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