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What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing
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What's New and Exciting in Scholarly Publishing

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    • 1. The New World of Scholarly Publishing Gwendolyn Ebbett
    • 2. Issues:
      • The Scholarly Publishing World
      • Reasons it is this way
      • How it is progressing
    • 3. Enter:SPARC
      • Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (est. 1998)
        • http:// www.arl.org /SPARC
        • “ enhancing broad and cost-effective access to peer-reviewed scholarship”
      • SPARC/CARL:
      • The Create Change initiative
    • 4. What is…
      • Open Access?
        • Software: e.g. E-Prints
        • Freely available published material
    • 5. What is…
      • An Open Archive? www.openarchives.org
        • Los Alamos National Laboratory/Cornell University
        • http://www.arXiv.org
        • ELSSS, the EL ectronic S ociety for S ocial S cientists
        • http://www.elsss.org/
        • Ian Lancashire’s home page
        • http://chass.utoronto.ca/~ian/index.html
        • TVnews archive
        • http:// tvnews.vanderbilt.edu /
    • 6. What is…
      • An Institutional Repository?
        • University of Montreal http:// papyrus.bib.umontreal.ca /
        • University of Windsor
        • http://cowboy.uwindsor.ca:8089/
        • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
        • http:// www.Dspace.org /
    • 7. Solution: The Role of Libraries
      • Libraries are the logical place for:
        • Collecting
        • Organizing
        • Archiving
        • Displaying metadata - ensuring operability between research centres around the world
    • 8. Synergies
      • CARL proposal to CFI
    • 9. Resources
      • SPARC’s Institutional Repositories documents online
      • http://www.arl.org/sparc/core/index.asp?page=m0
      • CARL Backgrounder on the OAi
      • http://www.carl-abrc.ca / projects/ scholarly/ open_archives.PDF
    • 10. Wrap Up
      • Output – availability – evaluation – rewards…open access can help
      • Scholars’ challenge
      • Standards
      • 3 rd world knowledge needs
      • Copyright – not a stone wall
      • Data liberation – collective activity
      • Who pays? Nothing is free
      • Crossroads
    • 11. Questions,Comments Discussion
      • Thank you!

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