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  • Video listing
    Sign In Resources Briefing Papers Guides and Overviews Video Presentations The Open Access Map Open Access Tracking Project News from the community Video listing General Listing of video clips that can be embedded and reuse Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook

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  • Resources
    Center online course on rights Ann this is being developed and will no doubt pop up from time to time 4 Advocacy for OA 4 1 Materials and resources 4 2 Reasons for advocacy 4 3 New campaigns 4 4 Adding to old campaigns 4 5 Success stories 4 6 Failure and setback stories 4 7 Events and conferences 5 Resource discovery 5 1 Directories of repositories 5 2 OAIster developments 5 3 Google Scholar developments 5 4 Microsoft Live Academic developments 5 5 Object Exchange framework 5 9 Other 6 Technologies 6 1 Repository software developments 6 2 Search and retrieve 6 3 Citation indexes and analysis 6 4 Semantic technologies 6 5 Web 2 0 tools 6 5 1 Wikis and blogs with OA content 6 5 2 Wikis and blogs to do special things with OA content 6 5 3 OA blog examples like OpenWetWare 7 Research assessment evaluation metrics 7 1 Developments in metrics i e new metrics new rankings 7 2 Announcements about or adoption of new metrics by governments UK and Oz are foremost here but watch for Brazil amongst others rolling up to the starting blocks 7 3 Journal impact factor and other things coming from ISI 8 Research impact 8 1 Evidence for increased impact with OA 9 OA journals gold OA 9 1 New OAJ launches 9 2 Conversion to OA model 9 2 1 Commercial publishers 9 2 2 Society publishers 9 3 Business model examples or studies 9 4 Article processing charges levels of 10 OA repositories 10 1 Interoperability 10 2 Services for repositories 10 3 Institutional 10 3 1 Advocacy 10 3 2 Business case and models 10 3 3 Development of 10 3 4 Content collection 10 3 5 Marketing 10 4 Central subject based 10

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  • Partners
    supporting national library consortia and maintaining a global knowledge sharing and capacity building network in related areas such as open access publishing intellectual property rights open source software for libraries and the creation of institutional repositories of local content more Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resource Coaliation SPARC SPARC is an international alliance of academic and research libraries working to correct imbalances in the scholarly publishing system Developed by the Association of Research Libraries SPARC has become a catalyst for change Its pragmatic focus is to stimulate the emergence of new scholarly communication models that expand the dissemination of scholarly research and reduce financial pressures on libraries Action by SPARC in collaboration with stakeholders including authors publishers and libraries builds on the unprecedented opportunities created by the networked digital environment to advance the conduct of scholarship more Open Access Directory OAD The Open Access Directory OAD is a compendium of simple factual lists about open access OA to science and scholarship maintained by the OA community at large By bringing many OA related lists together in one place OAD makes it easier for everyone to discover them and use them for reference The easier they are to maintain and discover the

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  • Overview of Open Access
    paid for such as books for which they hope to earn royalty payments It Starting two adjoining sentences with the same word concerns the outputs that scholars normally give away free to be published peer reviewed journal articles conference papers and datasets of various kinds The 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

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  • Editorial Team and Advisory Board
    Directory He was the principal drafter of the Budapest Open Access Initiative and sits on the Advisory Board of the Wikimedia Foundation the Steering Committee of the Scientific Information Working Group of the U N World Summit on the Information Society and the boards of several other groups devoted to open access scholarly communication and the information commons He has been active in promoting open access for many years through his research speaking and writing For more information see his home page http www earlham edu peters Advisory Board Gerald Beasley Gerald Beasley is University Librarian and Chair of the Open Access Working Group at Concordia University in Montreal Quebec Beasley has masters degrees from Oxford University and the School of Library Archive and Information Studies at University College London England He has been Head Librarian at the Canadian Centre for Architecture Montreal 1999 2004 and Director of the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library Columbia University New York 2004 8 For more information see Canadian Who s Who U of Toronto 2010 Via a Senate Resolution on Open Access passed in April 2010 Concordia became the first Canadian university to adopt an institution wide green OA mandate Open access was also celebrated as a major theme for events and panel discussions at the Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences Canada s largest annual academic gathering which Concordia hosted one month later Beasley continues to promote open access initiatives on the Concordia campus and beyond Contact him at This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Robert Kiley Robert Kiley is Head of Digital Services at the Wellcome Library Wellcome Trust In this role Robert is responsible for developing and implementing a strategy to deliver electronic services to the Library s users both in person and remote Key developments over the past few years include the Medical Journals Backfiles Digitisation Project developing a Web Archiving programme and ensuring that the Library s automated systems are fully interoperable Currently Robert is taking a leading role in the implementation of the Trust s open access policy and as such is responsible for liaising with publishers with regard to the Trust s OA policy Work has commenced on exploring the possibility of transforming UK PubMed Central http ukpmc ac uk into a single Europe wide OA repository for biomedical research papers Robert is also helping to scope out a major digitisation programme to provide free universal access to the Wellcome Library s unique and important collections Barbara Kirsop Following an early career in microbiology Barbara Kirsop became the Curator of the UK National Collection of Yeast Cultures NCYC at the Institute for Food Research Norwich UK She was active in the UK Federation for Culture Collections co founded the European Culture Collections Organisation and subsequently became the President of ICSU s World Federation for Culture Collections serving in that capacity between 1986 1994 Following retirement from the NCYC she co founded Bioline Publications a Brazil UK non profit partnership providing open access and global exposure to bioscience journals published in developing countries now transferred to the University of Toronto as a Canada Brazil service and renamed Bioline International In 1996 she co founded the Electronic Publishing Trust for Development EPT that works with publishers and research authors in developing countries to support access to and distribution of research publications The EPT is particularly concerned with raising awareness of the benefits of open access and maintains a web site and blog Barbara is currently a Trustee and the Secretary of the EPT EPT Web Site http www epublishingtrust org EPT Blog http www epublishingtrust blogspot com Melissa Hagemann Melissa Hagemann manages the Open Access Initiative within the Information Program of the Open Society Institute and Soros Foundations Network Since convening the meeting in December 2001 that led to the development of the Budapest Open Access Initiative OSI has been active within the Open Access movement which advocates for the free online availability of peer reviewed literature Melissa has held several positions within OSI including managing OSI s Regional Library Program 1995 1997 in Budapest as well as the Science Journals Donation Program 1998 2001 She currently sits on the advisory board of the Wikimedia Foundation which operates Wikipedia as well as other leading open content projects and has served on the Member of Experts Group of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation s Global Library Initiative She was profiled as a SPARC Innovator in December 2006 for her work within the Open Access movement Prior to joining OSI Hagemann received an MSc from the London School of Economics and worked in the European Parliament in Brussels Dr Mark Patterson Having graduated from the University of Cambridge in 1982 Mark Patterson obtained his Ph D from the University of Manchester in the laboratory of John Rosamond where he worked on yeast cell cycle genetics Mark then moved into human genetics and carried out post doctoral research in the laboratories of Kay Davies Oxford University and Gilbert Chu Stanford University USA In 1994 after four years as a lecturer at the University of Cambridge Mark made the move into scientific publishing as the editor of Trends in Genetics In 1999 he was appointed as the biology reviews editor at Nature and was subsequently involved in the launch of the Nature Reviews Journals as the editor of Nature Reviews Genetics Mark joined the Public Library of Science in 2003 He established the European PLoS office helped launch PLoS Biology and several other PLoS Journals and was appointed as the Director of Publishing in 2005 Dr Eloy Rodrigues Eloy Rodrigues is the Director of the University of Minho Documentation Services In recent years he has devoted much of his work to the development of digital libraries education and training of librarians and library users and Open Access In 2003 Eloy Rodrigues led the project to create RepositoriUM the institutional repository of Minho University and he has directed the project

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  • We are Open
    to scholarly research much of which is publicly funded Making the research publicly available to everyone free of charge and without most copyright and licensing restrictions will accelerate scientific research efforts and allow authors to reach a larger number of readers The reasons to remove restrictions as far as possible are to share knowledge and accelerate research Knowledge has always been a public good in a theoretical sense Open Access makes it a public good in practice said professor Peter Suber director of the Open Access Project at Harvard University and a senior researcher at SPARC The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition The Open Access recommendations include the development of Open Access policies in institutions of higher education and in funding agencies the open licensing of scholarly works the development of infrastructure such as Open Access repositories and creating standards of professional conduct for Open Access publishing The recommendations also establish a new goal of achieving Open Access as the default method for distributing new peer reviewed research in every field and in every country within ten years time Science and scholarship are activities funded from the public purse because society believes they will lead to a better future in terms of our health environment and culture said Heather Joseph executive director of SPARC Anything that maximises the efficacy and efficiency of research benefits every one of us Open Access is a major tool in that quest These new recommendations will underpin future developments in communicating the results of research over the next decade Today Open Access is increasingly recognized as a right rather than an abstract ideal The case for rapid implementation of Open Access continues to grow Open Access benefits research and researchers increases the return to taxpayers on their investment in research and amplifies the social

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  • Open Access Week Mandate Challenge
    Consortium adopted multi institutional mandate Oct 22 Universitat Oberta de Catalunya adopted instittional mandate Gustav Adolphus College Library Oct 20 Loughborough University adopted thesis mandate Wageningen University adopted thesis mandate Oct 18 Australian National University Australia adopted institutional mandate University of Tromso Norway adopted institutional mandate Trinity College Dublin Ireland adopted institutional mandate Birkbeck College London adopted departmental mandate Institutional mandate to follow in Sept 2011 Oct 15 University of

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  • Alma Swan's Curriculum vitae
    PROFESSIONAL PART TIME POSTS Tutor Warwick Business School University of Warwick SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION RELATED ACTIVITIES Convenor Enabling Open Scholarship universities and research institutes forum on scholarly communication Editor OASIS Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook A comprehensive web resource on Open Access Chair BOAI 10 Budapest Open Access Initiative Tenth Anniversary meeting Budapest February 2012 Project Board member Scholarly Communication in Africa Programme SCAP IDRC funded Project Board member MEDOANET project EU funded Advisory Board member Databib project Editorial Board member Open Access Directory http oad simmons edu oadwiki Main Page Member eIFL Open Access Advisory Committee http www eifl net cps sections services eifl oa Past Advisory Board member DRIVER Confederation EU funded http www driver repository eu Project Board member ERIS Project Enhancing Repository Infrastructure in Scotland 2009 11 Programme Committee COMMUNIA 2010 Conference Torino italy 28 30 June 2010 University and cyberspace Redefining roles envisioning the future shaping a shared commons Organising and Programme Committee 3rd European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine 2010 Organising and Programme Committee SPARC Digital Repositories Meeting Baltimore November 2008 Organising and Programme Committee 2nd European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine Oslo September 2008 Organising Committee Open Repositories

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