Sherpa Romeo: Our roadmap

This poster is part of the Open Repositories 2021 Poster Session which takes place in the week of June 7-10. We encourage you to ask questions and engage in discussion on this poster by using the comments feature. Authors will respond to comments during this week.


Karen Jackson and Jane Anders

Poster description:

This poster will present the Jisc Open Research team’s roadmap for the development and enhancement of Sherpa Romeo over the coming years, and invite feedback, comments and questions from the user community.  We will be looking at the ways we plan to enhance the service, infrastructure and usability of Romeo, to ensure we are continuing to meet the needs of all our users throughout the changing OA policy landscape.

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About the authors:

Karen Jackson (Presenting author) is a Product Manager, Open Research Services team, at Jisc. She is responsible for the management and development of the Sherpa Services products. Karen is a library & information professional with a background in Higher Education libraries, repository management, open access and service/product management.  She has recently joined the Sherpa team having previously worked on other services supporting Open Access since joining Jisc in 2017.

Jane Anders is a Service Owner, Open Research Services team, at Jisc, responsible for the day-to-day running of the Sherpa Services. Jane is an information professional with a background in information management and science information provision, also a Chartered member of CILIP and an Associate member of ILM.  Her experience includes delivering expertise in open access, data collection and analysis of information and data.

2 thoughts on “Sherpa Romeo: Our roadmap”

  1. Fantastic to see that policies relating to the scholarly book/ monograph are going to be included in future Sherpa services. It is also great to hear that all the services are going to become amalgamated under one platform. Thank you!

    1. Hi Holly, thanks very much for your comments on the roadmap – that’s really good to hear! We will be sharing more info on these changes soon.

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