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    • The SOAP Symposium – I The Landscape of Open Access Publishing Today Suenje Dallmeier-Tiessen, Bettina Goerner, Robert Darby, Jenni Hyppoelae, Peter Igo-Kemenes, Deborah Kahn, Simon Lambert, Anja Lengenfelder, Chris Leonard, Salvatore Mele, Malgorzata Nowicka, Panayiota Polydoratou,David Ross, Sergio Ruiz-Perez, Ralf Schimmer, Mark Swaisland and Wim van der Stelt BMC, CERN, MPDL, SAGE, Springer and STFC Presented by Ralf Schimmer, MPDL SOAP Symposium, Berlin, 13 January 2011 project-soap.eu
    • Our approach•  Assess the supply of OA publishing outlets•  Start from the DOAJ (07/2009)•  Collect additional information (09/2009-01/2010) –  SCOPUS, ISI-JCR, EZB, SCImago, ask friends and colleagues –  Article information as of 2007/2008 –  Trawl through thousands of web pages•  Answer key questions –  How many articles, journals, publishers? –  In which discipline, with which license? –  Where does the money come from? –  … Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 2
    • How many?a) Fully Open Access!"#$%&()*#+,(-.$/ *#+,(-.$(/ 0"1&/2"#$%&(/ 0"1&/&$1,3.()4.&$/5/ 56785/ 9:/;/ 56785/ <=/;/ 7>6??=/ <</;/8/1"/9/ 5=5/ 9/;/ @95/ 5=/;/ 8<6@@8/ 88/;/5:/1"/@9/ 58/ 5/;/ 59:/ =/;/ 58678>/ 55/;/A/<:/ </ B5/;/ <>7/ 59/;/ 5@69>5/ 5>/;/0"1&/ 56?:9/ / 86?>?/ / 5576??>/ /•  English language journals only (4,032 à 2,838)•  90% of publishers <100 articles/year and 1/3 of total•  10% of publishers publish 2/3 of the totalb) Hybrid: 22% of journals, 2% of articles within hybrids Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 3
    • How many? About 8-10% of articles/year are published in fully and hybrid OA journalsRalf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 4
    • The 14 “large” publishers >1000 articles or >50 journals !"#$%&()*+,-(* ./")+,$&* 0)1%2$(&34(,)* !"#$%&()*145(* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*6%/7(8*9(+1),$* :;<* =>??@* 2/--()2%,$* /1()*B+1()+,1%/+,$*C+%/+*/D*9)4&1,$$/A),54* :* E>:<E* +/+F5)/D%1* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*!"#$%2*G%#),)4*/D*H2%(+2(* ;* I>@<=* +/+F5)/D%1* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*0&%,+*J(1K/)L*D/)*H2%(+1%D%2*B+D/)-,1%/+* :@* M>E:I* 2/--()2%,$* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*N%+8,K%*!"#$%&%+A*9/)5/),1%/+* =E* M>OII* 2/--()2%,$* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(* 40K articles/year9/5()+%2"&*!"#$%2,1%/+&* :=* M>O:M* +/+F5)/D%1* in 616 journals $(,)+(8*&/2%(14*P51%2,$*H/2%(14*/D*0-()%2,** :* :>?<:* +/+F5)/D%1* = 30% of the totalQ/)$8*02,8(-4*/D*H2%(+2(>*R+A%+(()%+A* /1()* :=* :>?<O*,+8*S(2+/$/A4* J30* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*6(+1,-*P5(+* :EI* :><<@* 2/--()2%,$* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*7(8L+/K*!"#$%2,1%/+&* E?* :>E;I* 2/--()2%,$* $(,)+(8*&/2%(14*B+8%,+*02,8(-4*/D*H2%(+2(&* :O* :>:EM* +/+F5)/D%1* /1()*PTD/)8*C+%U()&%14*!)(&&* M* :>O@M* +/+F5)/D%1* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*02,8(-%2*./")+,$&* :O* :>OO:* J30* 5"#$%&%+A*/"&(*B+1()+(1*H2%(+1%D%2*!"#$%2,1%/+&* <M* <E;* 2/--()2%,$*! Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 5
    • Which areas? !"#$%&(&)%*+,-( ."#/012%,1( 3+",4)/1( 5,0&/%16-%),(&7(8(92%:01,-;(.2-10&1()4<(=%&24+/+*-( ABC( DCE( FGH( IHE( AA;IFJ( DJE(>04&/"<%1(?)2%:)0&1()4<(51,+4+:-@(#0+(8(K0+/+*-()4<(L0M%(!&0%4&%1( AFF( DCE( FAA( IHE( DG;NBN( DIE(:%<(8(?%<0&04%()4<(O%)/2(!&0%4&%1( GCB( DDE( JCB( DJE( AD;JNH( DJE(1+&(8(!+&0)/(!&0%4&%1( FAA( DHE( BII( DDE( IA;FCB( IDE(2":(8(O":)400%1( DFJ( IGE( DNB( ICE( F;CAC( G(E(*%4(8(P%4%,)/(Q+,R1( BA( AE( BA( DE( N;FGA( BE(=+)/! I;JCH( ( D;JAJ( ( IIB;JJA( (! Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 6
    • Which areas?2/3 of journals in STM - 1/3 in SSH 3/4 of articles in STM - 1/4 in SSH“large publishers” almost exclusively STM Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 7
    • Dynamics in the field: Starting new OA journalsRalf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 8
    • Licensing practices•  1/2 of “Large” publishers use Creative Commons •  82% cc-by (attribution) •  18% cc-by-nc (attribution non-commercial) •  72% of journals, 71% of articles•  “Other” publishers •  73% have license information on their web pages •  21% use some CC version •  10% state “authors retains copyright” Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 9
    • Presence of income sources NB – No information on income amount APC Subscription Journals with that income source Membership Advertisement Sponsorship Hard copies Page charges Re-prints Conference fee Services Large publishers Other publishersRalf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 10
    • Impact indicators•  Of our 2,838 OA journals, 313 (11%) are referenced in ISI-JCR (2008), while 1,176 (41%) can be found in Scopus (2009)•  No difference between the large and other publishers in being listed in ISI-JCR•  But distinct relationship between impact factor and subject domain; only 19 SSH journals with less than 500 articles per year appear in ISI-JCR Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 11
    • Distribution of IF across journals in selected subject areasRalf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 12
    • Summary•  OA publishing is a mature field with similar patterns and quality indicators as non-OA publishing•  Stronger presence of OA publishing in STM fields•  Large publishers are more likely to rely on APC•  Both large and smaller publishers are equally likely to have journals with an impact factor•  Large publishers mostly use a version of Creative Commons licensing while several smaller publishers request the transfer of copyright to the publisher Ralf Schimmer | MPS SOAP Symposium 13
    • Thank you! Project team: info@project-soap.eu Presenter: schimmer@mpdl.mpg.deProject co-ordinator: Salvatore.Mele@cern.ch Website: http://soap-fp7.eu project-soap.eu