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Copyright and Academic Publishing initiatives in China  <br />Xiang Ren <br />
Two Types of “Open Access” <br />Open Access Journals<br />Readers’ Online Sharing<br />
Challenge<br />Improve O.A. publishing<br />Harnessing rather than discouraging readers’ co-creation <br />
Flexible Copyright Framework<br />Open to Public; free for authors <br />Original Content: publish then filter; Authors ow...
Creative and Collaborative Users <br />Distribution innovation via social sharing<br />Social peer review via academic soc...
Discussion <br />Creation is driven by multiple incentives<br />Harnessing users’ co-creation  by maximising their interes...
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Beyond Copyright Industries: Publishing and Digital Futures Symposium, 21 September, QUT

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  1. 1. Copyright and Academic Publishing initiatives in China <br />Xiang Ren <br />
  2. 2. Two Types of “Open Access” <br />Open Access Journals<br />Readers’ Online Sharing<br />
  3. 3. Challenge<br />Improve O.A. publishing<br />Harnessing rather than discouraging readers’ co-creation <br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Flexible Copyright Framework<br />Open to Public; free for authors <br />Original Content: publish then filter; Authors own the copyright; official registration of knowledge priority without publishing<br />Published Content: A repository of O.A. journals; Scholars’ self-archiving <br />
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  7. 7. Creative and Collaborative Users <br />Distribution innovation via social sharing<br />Social peer review via academic social media <br />
  8. 8. Discussion <br />Creation is driven by multiple incentives<br />Harnessing users’ co-creation by maximising their interests <br />Copyright innovation <br />
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