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  • Enabling Open Scholarship (EOS) LAUNCHES NEW ORGANISATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL DIRECTORS WORLDWIDE
    open scholarship to the academy as a whole and to society at large The EOS website is a resource open to all It provides background information data and guidance material on open scholarship related issues In a limited access area members can find announcements news and discussions EOS offers an outreach service to universities and research institutes whether members or not that need help advice guidance or information on open scholarship issues We do this through our website and also by providing information on an individual basis to institutions that need it The EOS board is composed of people who have personally designed or instigated the kinds of changes in their own institutions that herald the benefits of the open scholarly communication system of the future Now this expertise is available for others to tap into The current EOS board comprises Bernard RENTIER Chairman Rector of the University of Liege Belgium Tom COCHRANE Deputy Vice Chancellor Queensland University of Technology Brisbane Australia William DAR Director General of the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics ICRISAT Hyderabad India Stevan HARNAD Canada Research Chair Université du Québec à Montréal UQAM Montreal Quebec Keith JEFFERY Director of IT and International Strategy at the Science Technology Facilities Council Swindon UK Sijbolt NOORDA President of VSNU the Association of Dutch Research Universities Stuart SHIEBER James O Welch Jr and Virginia B Welch Professor of Computer Science in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University and Director of Harvard s Office of Scholarly Communication Ian SIMPSON Deputy Principal for Research and Knowledge Transfer and Professor of Environmental Science University of Stirling UK Peter SUBER Berkman Center for Internet Society Harvard University Cambridge USA John WILLINSKY Khosla Family Professor of Education at Stanford University and director of the Public Knowledge Project

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  • Second International Public Knowledge Project Conference on Scholarly Publishing
    Knowledge Project Conference on Scholarly Publishing Users Researchers Librarians Publishers Administrators Public Students Sign In Resources Briefing Papers Guides and Overviews Video Presentations The Open Access Map Open Access Tracking Project News from the community Second International Public Knowledge Project Conference on Scholarly Publishing News http pkp sfu ca ocs pkp index php pkp2009 pkp2009 Last Updated on Tuesday 07 July 2009 18 57 Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook by

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  • Latest News
    Public Students Sign In Resources Briefing Papers Guides and Overviews Video Presentations The Open Access Map Open Access Tracking Project News from the community RSS feed Latest News Second International Public Knowledge Project Conference on Scholarly Publishing News http pkp sfu ca ocs pkp index php pkp2009 pkp2009 Last Updated on Tuesday 07 July 2009 18 57 Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 2 of 2 Open Access Scholarly

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  • Open Access: What is it and why should we have it?
    usually referred to as a consolidated BBB definition Not only scholars benefit from Open Access They are the most obvious beneficiaries perhaps because their work gains instant worldwide visibility and they also gain as readers if much more world research is available on an Open Access basis for them to access freely and read But there are many other beneficiaries too Research institutions benefit from having a management information tool that enables them to assess and monitor their research programmes and they have a marketing tool that enables them to provide a shop window for their research efforts The same advantages apply to external research funders who need to be able to access and keep track of outputs from their funding and measure and assess how effectively their money has been spent They also can ensure that the results of their spending have had the widest possible dissemination It is because Open Access is so much in the interest of research funders and employers that an increasing number of them around the world are introducing Open Access policies that require their funded researchers to provide Open Access to their work The advantages of Open Access for science and scholarship are

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  • General
    News from the community RSS feed General Home Topics Open Access what is it and why should we have it Benefits of Open Access for research dissemination Citation impact Managing your research profile Research metrics Researchers in Developing Countries Ways to provide Open Access to your work Open Access Repositories Self Archiving FAQs Open Access Journals Setting up an Open Access journal Publish your book in Open Access Author s

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  • Greater Reach for your Research
    any major concerns that researchers may have and distinguishes IRs from other related initiatives in Canada all in a way that is easy to browse and read The brochure developed by the CARL Institutional Repositories Working Group and SPARC is available in both print and electronic formats The brochure can be ordered for a nominal fee through the CARL website or printed directly from the website so that institutions can

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  • Author Addenda
    Sign In Resources Briefing Papers Guides and Overviews Video Presentations The Open Access Map Open Access Tracking Project News from the community This option will not work correctly Unfortunately your browser does not support inline frames Open Access Scholarly Information

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