Library of the University of AmsterdamOpen AccessSaskia Woutersen-Windhouwer
Definition   Digital content   Free of charge   Without restriction       Copy, distribute, print or searchFunding mod...
NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011   3
NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011   4
Access to books:no or limited previewS. Prechal, L. Senden, B. Roermund, T.   Vandamme Experiences from   professional pra...
Visibility and accessibilityTo enlarge the international visibility and  accessibility to scientific outputTo optimize the...
The Golden Road   The publishers’ pdf is freely available for all in    the world                                    NIAS...
The Golden road   Directory of (peer reviewed) Open    Access Journals (DOAJ)    http://www.doaj.org       Hybrid journa...
The Green Road   Self-archiving’: The author publishes in a    repository his/her latest version of the article    which ...
Romeo Sherpa               NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011   10
Full OA can only be providedby waiving some of the rightsCreative commons licenceMost open is CC-BY     CC-BY waives all ...
OA advantage: more visible, more cited!Gunter Eysenbach, The open access advantage,J Med Internet Res. 2006 Apr–Jun; 8(2):...
Early access advantage Source: E.A. Henneken et al. Effect of E-printing on Citation Rates in Astronomy and Physics, J.Ele...
What can financers do?   Infrastructure DARE, Narcis, Google sitemaps   Finance NWO OA Fund, Springer Open Choice   Man...
What can you do?1.   Submit to OA journals / OA book publisher        see the Directory of Open Access Journals1.   Depos...
Advantages of Open Access1.   Dissemination of knowledge is much more     efficient        Easy to find by search engines...
Thank you for your attention!QUESTIONS?Saskia WoutersenSaskia.woutersen@uva.nl                          NIAS Seminar 13 No...
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Presentation held at NIAS (13/12/12) on the benefits of Open Access publishing.
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Open Access by Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer

  1. 1. Library of the University of AmsterdamOpen AccessSaskia Woutersen-Windhouwer
  2. 2. Definition Digital content Free of charge Without restriction  Copy, distribute, print or searchFunding models that do not charge readers or their institutions for access NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 2
  3. 3. NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011 3
  4. 4. NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011 4
  5. 5. Access to books:no or limited previewS. Prechal, L. Senden, B. Roermund, T. Vandamme Experiences from professional practice: some steps towards empirical research In: The coherence of EU law: the search for unity in divergent concepts, editors S. Prechal, B. Van Roermund (Oxford University) NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011 5
  6. 6. Visibility and accessibilityTo enlarge the international visibility and accessibility to scientific outputTo optimize the use of the scientific outputRemoves price barriers. NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 6
  7. 7. The Golden Road The publishers’ pdf is freely available for all in the world NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 7
  8. 8. The Golden road Directory of (peer reviewed) Open Access Journals (DOAJ) http://www.doaj.org  Hybrid journal If you pay the publisher your individual article will be freely available while other articles in the same issue can require subscription for access NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 8
  9. 9. The Green Road Self-archiving’: The author publishes in a repository his/her latest version of the article which he/she has sent to the publisher for official publication. NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 9
  10. 10. Romeo Sherpa NIAS Seminar 29 September 2011 10
  11. 11. Full OA can only be providedby waiving some of the rightsCreative commons licenceMost open is CC-BY  CC-BY waives all rights except the right of attribution NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 11
  12. 12. OA advantage: more visible, more cited!Gunter Eysenbach, The open access advantage,J Med Internet Res. 2006 Apr–Jun; 8(2): e8. DOI:10.2196/jmir.8.2.e8. NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 12
  13. 13. Early access advantage Source: E.A. Henneken et al. Effect of E-printing on Citation Rates in Astronomy and Physics, J.Electron.Publishing 9 (2006) NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 13
  14. 14. What can financers do? Infrastructure DARE, Narcis, Google sitemaps Finance NWO OA Fund, Springer Open Choice Mandates  MIT, Stanford and Harvard  authors final version / as of the date of publication / waiver/opt-out / at no charge.  EU, ERC  publishers version and/or authors final version / embargo: up to 12 months after publication NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 14
  15. 15. What can you do?1. Submit to OA journals / OA book publisher  see the Directory of Open Access Journals1. Deposit your postprints in a repository  see SHERPA Romeo for publisher policies1. Maintain (some) rights  licences or addendum  http://copyrighttoolbox.surf.nl/1. Deposit metadata  if the publisher does not allow post print archiving NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 15
  16. 16. Advantages of Open Access1. Dissemination of knowledge is much more efficient  Easy to find by search engines like  Easy and free (!) to download for everyone1. Accessibility is not limited by the library’s budget or the wealth of the country where the researcher is located.2. Optimizes the use of the scientific output NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 16
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention!QUESTIONS?Saskia WoutersenSaskia.woutersen@uva.nl NIAS Seminar 13 November 2012 17

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