IndraStra Global launches IGOR, an Open Access Repository
Underlining the Open Access principles, IGOR allows contributing authors of IndraStra (anywhere in the world) to submit their pre-prints, post-prints, and other datasets over OAI-PMH enabled repository. The new open repository is based on Zenodo platform, created by OpenAIRE and CERN Geneva which accelerates time to indexing in the complex world of digital publishing.
Why Use Open Access?
By creating a free-to-use open access repository platform for research articles and datasets (published on IndraStra Global properties), the exorbitant expenses of library indexing in the form of article processing/submission charges disappear. “IGOR on a centralized repository platform like Zenodo, we remove all the extra administration and repository hosting fees of traditional indexing platforms,” says Rahul Guhathakurta, Publisher at IndrStra Global. He further clarifies that "With IGOR, nearly 100% of our effort goes to the authors and researchers. The only expense is the publication hosting charges over an HTML format to process the general search engine indexing which we would like to bear it by ourselves”.
Amrita Jash, who heads Indrastra Global's editorial activities says that "a publication is validated and credited provided it has undergone the rigorous peer review process along with deep-level library indexing solutions". She further adds, "IGOR is a way to reinforce our commitment to Open Access and also, it defines our integrity towards the field of scholarly publication by promptly and broadly disseminating the information in a transparent way".
IGOR, as an Open Repository
IGOR provides 2-legged ORCID OAuth authorization during the login and at the same time it allows multiple upload types as publications, posters, presentations, datasets, images, videos/audios, software, lessons, etc., and prepare it search-engine friendly, especially the title, abstracts, keywords, and headings. Most researchers use specific terms which are only known by peers in their own fields. IGOR provides authors to choose the keywords commonly used and general to be optimized. Eventually, the submission could be picked up by the search engines from the world wide web.
During the upload, authors can also choose to mention the names of co-authors and collaborators along with the access rights of their works coupled with multiple copyright licensing options. Also, there is a provision to specify identifiers of related publications and datasets. Supported identifiers include DOI (with versioning option for Zenodo owned DOIs), Handle, ARK, PURL, ISSN, ISBN, PubMed ID, PubMed Central ID, ADS Bibliographic Code, arXiv, Life Science Identifiers (LSID), EAN-13, ISTC, URNs, and URLs.
About IndraStra Global
IndraStra Global is a New York-based digital publishing company, primarily focused on publishing and online media intelligence, based upon "O.O.D.A." Framework. Company's product portfolio, which combines data-driven analysis, assessment, and forecasting into multiple-publishing platforms, which in turn supports the nurturing of on-boarded legacy systems.
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