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The Recent improvements on circulation of research results at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Inagaki, Satomi ; Hayakawa, Misa  ; Ebisawa, Naomi ; Gonda, Mayuki ; Nozawa, Takashi ; Itabashi, Keizo

Sharing information of scientific research results on the Internet have developed in the global advancement of the open science today, such as archiving and disseminating scientific papers on institutional repositories, facilitating access to and use of research data etc. Accessibility to those contents in large volumes of information on the Internet is very important issue. Those contents might be grey literature without solving this accessibility issue. This presentation introduces the case study of the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Library as an example of efforts to improve circulation of research results in terms of grey literature. JAEA has disseminate information of our research results through the JAEA Originated Papers Searching System (JOPSS) on the Internet over decade, but we have three main issues to solve aiming at improving the accessibility of grey literature in the open science era; (1) to ensure accessibility of our Internet contents, (2) to consider how our target users find our contents, (3) to improve user interface of contents. We continue to disseminate research results by paying attention to the global trend of open science.



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