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Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG
Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG
Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG
Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG
Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG
Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG
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Strand 3: Angela Holzer, German Research Foundation, DFG

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  • 1. Open Access Monographs OAPEN and JISC collections conference, 1 and 2 July 2013, London
  • 2. How is the DFG structured? Senate  addresses research strategy and policy issues  provides policy advice  coordinates domestic and foreign cooperation  determines structure of review boards Executive Committee  responsible for managing day-to-day business Joint Committee  decides on research funding  plans research policies and programmes based on Senate decisions  draws up the annual budget Executive Board as per § 26 BGB President Secretary General Head Office  handles day-to-day business Reviewers  assess funding proposals All eligible scientists and academics Review Boards assess the DFG’s review process General Assembly elect, select, appoint cooperate  approves annual report and account  approbates the Executive Committee establishes directives ensure quality
  • 3. General Open Access Policy • Focus on journal funding • 12 month embargo • Rights to be retained by authors • Recommendation to all grantees to (also) make research results available in Open Access since 2006 DFG / Dr. Angela Holzer 01.07.20133
  • 4. Project-related publication expenses • Cover the cost of publishing research results from DFG funded projects • 750 EUR per year • Up to 5000 EUR for „book format with high production costs“ • „Publication in any form“ (except grey literature)  Also possible to fund OA-publications DFG / Dr. Angela Holzer 01.07.20134
  • 5. Publication grants • For print or electronic/digital publications • Defray the technical production costs • Basic material • Exceptional scientific importance • Results from long-term projects, editions, catalogues, excavation reports (to be asked for already in first proposal, but granted after project end) DFG / Dr. Angela Holzer 01.07.20135
  • 6. Open Access Publication Funds • Programme providing 75% of an institutional publication fund • Currently 25 universities receive funds • Four rounds of application since 2010 • No hybrid/open choice journals • Cap at 2000 EUR for APC  Not possible for institutions to cover fees for open access „books“ DFG / Dr. Angela Holzer 01.07.20136 © bibliotheekje, www.flickr.com
  • 7. Call for open access monographs • Clarification of costs for services needed • Focus on business models and workflows • Conditions for project implementation • Requirements for results (e.g. quality assurance, CC-licence, usage statistics standards, indexing and metadata, long-term availability) • Open documentation of processes and costs/prices • Marketing and community engagement DFG / Dr. Angela Holzer 01.07.20137

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