How to get your institution ready for
open access monographs
Ellen Collins, Research Information Network
Jisc DigiFest, 11...
http://bit.ly/1jX7Lkb
http://bit.ly/19pPt73
http://bit.ly/1ffBukS
http://bit.ly/1fwuSiN
http://bit.ly/1cuu4H7
http://bit.ly/1bHvVe5
http://bit.ly/18JOu
http://bit.ly/1hVswgN
http://bit.ly/18Ks4tm
Your turn!
• Which areas of the institution might be affected by
wider use of OA monographs?
• Where might the opportuniti...
Top tips (from our research)
• The whole organisation is important
• What do researchers want?
• Systems, software and int...
Thanks!
ellen.collins@researchinfonet.org
@ellenscollins
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How to get your institution ready for open access monographs - Ellen Collins - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

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How ready is your institution for Open Access (OA) monographs? Although excluded from REF2020, there is no doubt that they will be included in the future, indeed you can already publish an OA monograph now. This session will first provide a brief introduction to the OA monograph landscape – what is happening, who is doing what, what models are being explored. It will then look at how institutions are responding to landscape and based on evidence collected through institutional case studies as part of the OAPEN-UK project, present tips for getting your institution ready for OA monographs.

The OAPEN-UK project, funded by AHRC and Jisc is exploring open access monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences. The institutional case studies included in-depth interviews with Pro-Vice Chancellors of Research, Directors of Research, Grant administrators, Finance Directors, Librarians and Repository Staff and researchers themselves. The session will be presented by Ellen Collins, Research Officer for OAPEN-UK.

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How to get your institution ready for open access monographs - Ellen Collins - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

  1. 1. How to get your institution ready for open access monographs Ellen Collins, Research Information Network Jisc DigiFest, 11 March 2014
  2. 2. http://bit.ly/1jX7Lkb
  3. 3. http://bit.ly/19pPt73
  4. 4. http://bit.ly/1ffBukS
  5. 5. http://bit.ly/1fwuSiN
  6. 6. http://bit.ly/1cuu4H7
  7. 7. http://bit.ly/1bHvVe5
  8. 8. http://bit.ly/18JOu
  9. 9. http://bit.ly/1hVswgN
  10. 10. http://bit.ly/18Ks4tm
  11. 11. Your turn! • Which areas of the institution might be affected by wider use of OA monographs? • Where might the opportunities and barriers be within each area to wider use of OA monographs?
  12. 12. Top tips (from our research) • The whole organisation is important • What do researchers want? • Systems, software and integration • Third parties • Books are not just bigger journal articles • Consumers as well as producers
  13. 13. Thanks! ellen.collins@researchinfonet.org @ellenscollins
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