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  • Students
    Resources Briefing Papers Guides and Overviews Video Presentations The Open Access Map Open Access Tracking Project News from the community RSS feed Students Articles Topics What can students do Education and journal cost Students declining access to research HIgh journal

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  • Articles
    7 Citation impact 8 Greater Reach for your Research 9 Open Access Journals 10 Publisher permissions and embargoes 11 Self archiving FAQs 12 Author s Rights and Author Addenda 13 Author s concerns about Open Access 14 Benefits of Open Access for research dissemination 15 Ways to provide Open Access to your work 16 Open Access Repositories 17 Open Access and Developing Countries Topics Open Access what is it and

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  • Articles
    Title 1 Institutional membership 2 Examples of successful library advocacy programmes 3 Supporting existing OA journals 4 Open Access Publishing Fees case studies 5 Paying Open Access Publishing Fees 6 The Institutional Repository Web Pages 7 General Open Access Information on Library Web Site 8 Library organisations that support Open Access activities 9 The Library Web Site and Open Access 10 Library run advocacy programmes on campus 11 Promoting and cataloguing Open Access Journals 12 Library Support for Open Access Journals 13 Why librarians should be concerned with Open Access 14 Repository Services 15 Business Models Costs and ROI 16 Uses of a Repository 17 Supporting a Repository 18 Establishing a Repository 19 Support and Implementation of Open Access 20 Promoting Open Access Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 1 of 2 Topics OA the mission of the Research Library Support Implementation of OA Open Access Repositories Establishing a Repository Supporting a Repository Uses of a Repository Business Models Costs and ROI Repository Services Open Access Journals Promoting and cataloguing Open Access Journals Supporting existing OA journals Promoting OA Library run advocacy programmes on campus Examples of successful library run advocacy programmes The library web site and Open Access

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  • Library Support for Open Access Journals
    charging publication fees normally take steps to ensure that editors conducting peer review do not know whether authors have requested or been granted fee waivers or to ensure that every paper is approved by an independent editor with no financial stake in the journal These measures ensure that the peer review process is not biased by the promise of income or lack of it The costs of Open Access fees range from about 500 to 3000 250 4000 US depending on the publisher Libraries can set up a fund to pay article processing fees for Open Access journals The fee based model has the advantages of being very transparent and of awakening researchers to the costs of the publishing system As noted by Stephen Pinfield reference below in the subscription based system there is a disconnect between researchers and the economic realities of the market pg 5 With article processing fees authors are aware of publication charges and able to draw comparisons between different journals and publishers Institutional memberships Another way of supporting Open Access journals is through institutional membership programmes Some journals that charge article processing fees offer institutional memberships which then reduce or eliminate the per article fees they charge The fee structures for institutional memberships vary from publisher to publisher but fees are usually tiered based on the size of the institution with smaller institutions paying less than large ones Hybrid journals Some subscription based journals also offer Open Access options to authors This generally involves authors paying an Open Access fee after which the journal will make the article freely available The SHERPA ROMEO site maintains a list of such hybrid publishers paid Open Access options and the associated pricing One of the issues with the hybrid model is that institutions that pay Open Access fees

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  • Web Links
    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 Web Links A selection of links to additional resources on Open Access Display 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 All Web Link Hits 1 OAD Open Access Directory 1570 Web Links 1 Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook by Alma

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  • Articles
    and Open Access 11 Overview of Open Access Publishing 12 Converting to Open Access 13 Institutions and copyright 14 Funder Policies on Open Access Publishing 15 Business Models Open Access Publishing 16 Tools and Platforms 17 Open Access Publishing in the Social Sciences 18 Open Access Publishing in the Humanities 19 Open Access Monographs 20 Open Access Journals business models Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 1 of 2

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  • Business Models (Open Access Publishing)
    Business Models Open Access Publishing Publishers Forthcoming

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  • Open Access Monographs
    for their work And they still need that outlet a survey of researchers in the major US Ivy league universities showed that publishing monographs is still essential for career progression of humanities scholars 2 yet the number of publishing outlets in the form of university presses is declining Open Access book publishing Arguments are increasing in favour of Open Access publishing models for monographs There are also calls for more Open Access textbooks amidst ongoing concern about the high prices of student texts Open Access is a concept realistically applicable only to electronic products so Open Access books must necessarily be published in digital form whether or not there is a print version too Some scholars are themselves writing books and making them freely available on the Web A study carried out in the spring of 2009 cites one academic economist as saying that most people I know who write books now just stick them up on the Web for free Aside from this foray into publishing by researchers themselves established presses have been tentatively trying Open Access as a way of delivering books and early experiments appear to be encouraging The National Academies Press in the US has made its monograph series freely available on its website since 1996 in a page by page form and in recent years has begun offering free downloads of whole volumes Not all its titles are available this way the Press explains that to cover its running costs it still needs to charge for some electronic versions of its books and it charges for all the hardcopy versions of course See more on the NAP s business model for monograph publishing here It is notable that some university presses are also experimenting with Open Access for their monographs Breaking down price barriers to the use of research monographs aligns university presses once more with the core values of the academy and more prosaically hugely increases usage For example the Australian National University ANU Press an early mover in exploring Open Access as a way of delivering its products and which makes its monographs freely available in a variety of formats including for mobile devices saw 1 16 million complete volume downloads of its books in 11 months in 2007 one top title enjoyed almost 62 500 downloads alone It hardly needs pointing out that these figures exceed even the most ambitious sales expectations though during that same time period 2400 books were sold by ANU Press in hard copy See also The Open Acccess Tagging Project s page on OA books This is kept up to date by community contributions http www connotea org tag oa books Open Access can increase sales Although there may be fears that making books Open Access online will harm sales of the print version it seems that the opposite can be the case Some examples of free online availability increasing print copy sales are here and here One case study on scholarly publishing in the social sciences

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