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  • Open Access Tracking Project
    Knowledge in Agricultural Development calling all contributors Agricultural Information Management Standards AIMS Simple metrics in a complex world Matt s pessimistic take on the LWM Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week Directory theses repositories open archives and memories Thot Cursus ME Printer Bloomsbury Publishing and Qatar Foundation End Seven Year Partnership Moving from Open Data to Open Knowledge Announcing the Commerce Data Usability Project Open Knowledge Why Open Data CrowdFlower Our 10 Favorite Open Data Libraries The Consensus Around Open Nature Publishing Group open access journals Open Research Harvard Open Access Project Part Time Research Assistant Opportunity Berkman Center The Idealist Aaron Swartz and copyright wars in the Internet age The Boston Globe POP UP Publishing NIH Open Access Policies One on One Sessions UCSF Events Calendar Scholars Criticize Academia edu Proposal to Charge Authors for Recommendations The Chronicle of Higher Education Why Are We Not Boycotting Academia edu Centre for Disruptive Media Free Download Streaming Internet Archive Why Are We Not Boycotting Academia edu Centre for Disruptive Media BBA Clinical articles now in PubMed Central BBA Gene Regulatory Mechanisms Elsevier Open Data Day Mini Grants back for 2016 Open Knowledge Blog Data Coalition shortens name launches research foundation UK

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  • Latest News
    Increased citation rates http www openoasis org index php option com content view article id 560 Itemid 391 Perpetual access and preservation services Full text search and display Comprehensive usage data Free setup training and publishing support Who is using eScholarship Among its many services eScholarship supports the original publication of more than 20 peer reviewed journals including California Agriculture UC Davis Journal of Transnational American Studies UC Santa Barbara Nutrition Bytes UCLA Places UC Berkeley San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science UC Davis Western Journal of Emergency Medicine UC Irvine We have used eScholarship to manage edit and publish the online journal San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science says Dr Samuel N Luoma SFEWS Editor in Chief As a source of peer reviewed credible and objective information SFEWS is recognized by all stakeholders as playing an important role in understanding California s water issues We simply could not have succeeded in bringing this information to scientists the public and policy makers without the open access and high degree of professionalism provided by eScholarship eScholarship is a service of inestimable value to the UC scholarly community Californians in general and the world eScholarship also provides access to publications from nearly 250 research units and publishing programs across UC including Center for Conservation Biology UC Riverside Center for the Study of Democracy UC Irvine Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education UCSF Doreen B Townsend Center for the Humanities UC Berkeley International and Area Studies Publications UC Berkeley Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Scripps Institution of Oceanography UC San Diego Santa Cruz Center for International Economics UC Santa Cruz eScholarship is central to our publishing mission offering a level of access discoverability and online permanence that traditional publishers cannot match says Nathan MacBrien Publications Director International and Area Studies Publications UC Berkeley Anyone anywhere in the world with an Internet connection can read our books and that is particularly important for scholars in developing countries where English language books are difficult to come by About eScholarship Initiated in 2002 as a collaborative development effort between the Berkeley Electronic Press and the California Digital Library eScholarship now houses over 30 000 publications with more than 9 million downloads to date eScholarship offers the UC academic community a robust alternative to traditional scholarly publishing channels supporting the dissemination of UC research at all stages of the scholarly lifecycle to all corners of the world The rate of usage of these materials has grown dramatically in the past 7 years now often exceeding 170 000 full text downloads per month eScholarship is a project of the Publishing Group of the California Digital Library and a showcase for the group s open source search and display technology development eScholarship s publication submission system was originally developed and is still maintained by the Berkeley Electronic Press http www openoasis org index php option com content view article id 560 Itemid 391 END Elise Proulx Outreach Marketing Coordinator Publishing Group California Digital Library University of California 510 587

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  • Open Access: What is it and why should we have it?
    three original formal definitions of Open Access are the Budapest 2002 Bethesda 2003 and Berlin 2003 definitions and they are 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 in brief Open Access brings greater visibility and impact Open Access moves research along faster Open Access enables better management and assessment of research Open Access provides the material on which the new semantic web tools for data mining and text mining can work generating new knowledge from existing findings Explore this site to find out How Open Access is provided Benefits of Open Access Author concerns about Open Access Further resources A comprehensive overview of Open Access by Peter

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  • About this site
    OA information At the moment if people want to know about author addenda for example they probably refer to SPARC or Science Commons if they are familiar with them But there are also specific examples of author addenda developed by individual universities and these would be very helpful if the information seeker were a pro rector trying to formulate one for his her own establishment The resource here would list all these as links and provide a short overarching discussion of the main issues so that anyone looking for help and examples of author addenda can be confident that s he will find the way from there to all useful information on the topic There are other perspectives on it too The main one is that a small set of individual experts in the field frequently provide presentations lectures or training workshops on aspects of Open Access to a specific community These are usually effective as they stand but then participants are left with little or no opportunity for follow up as the trainers then return to their day jobs elsewhere What is badly needed is a resource that can be referred to afterwards If we use the analogy of university teaching a lecture is given and then students are provided with a list of things to go and look up read work through or test some of which have been prepared by the lecturer and the rest of which are links to what the lecturer considers to be true accurate authoritative information The proposed resource will provide the equivalent of lecturer created materials accompanied by a list of and links to the other authoritative resources on each topic It will also provide periodic regular online tutoring for people who wish to have this kind of support We also envisage

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  • About
    are Partner Organizations Acknowledgements JavaScript is disabled To display this content you need a JavaScript capable browser Adobe Flash Player not installed or older than 9 0 115 Last Updated

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  • General
    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 RSS feed General Home Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook by Alma Swan and

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  • About this site
    for OA information At the moment if people want to know about author addenda for example they probably refer to SPARC or Science Commons if they are familiar with them But there are also specific examples of author addenda developed by individual universities and these would be very helpful if the information seeker were a pro rector trying to formulate one for his her own establishment The resource here would list all these as links and provide a short overarching discussion of the main issues so that anyone looking for help and examples of author addenda can be confident that s he will find the way from there to all useful information on the topic There are other perspectives on it too The main one is that a small set of individual experts in the field frequently provide presentations lectures or training workshops on aspects of Open Access to a specific community These are usually effective as they stand but then participants are left with little or no opportunity for follow up as the trainers then return to their day jobs elsewhere What is badly needed is a resource that can be referred to afterwards If we use the analogy of university teaching a lecture is given and then students are provided with a list of things to go and look up read work through or test some of which have been prepared by the lecturer and the rest of which are links to what the lecturer considers to be true accurate authoritative information The proposed resource will provide the equivalent of lecturer created materials accompanied by a list of and links to the other authoritative resources on each topic It will also provide periodic regular online tutoring for people who wish to have this kind of support We also

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