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Schimmer breakout c-scoap3

  1. 1. SCOAP3 – Sponsoring Consortium for OpenAccess Publishing in Particle Physics Dr Ralf Schimmer, Max Planck Digital Library UKSG, Breakout Session C Bournemouth, 9/10 April 2013
  2. 2. Outline1. What is SCOAP3?2. What happened so far?3. What is happening at the moment?
  3. 3. The SCOAP3 Model• SCOAP3 = Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics• The objective is to convert content in existing high- energy physics (HEP) journals from their current subscription-based model to open access• While services of publishers are fully acknowledged – Quality assurance in the publication process (peer review and editorial services) – Provision of the final published versions• Payment streams to be re-directed from subscriptions to cover the publishing costs – Use the money that is already in the system
  4. 4. The SCOAP3 Consortium• The product of extensive coalition-building with stakeholders in the community of scholarly communication across the world – HEP community, governments, funders, libraries, publishers• Out of this community, SCOAP3 has created an international consortium that will centrally contract with HEP journal publishers• CERN, the center of the global high-energy physics community, based in Geneva, Switzerland, has led SCOAP3 and will administer this effort going forward• Budget envelope: 10M€/year (2014-2016)• Contribution on a country basis according fair share principle based on HEP publications
  5. 5. Fair Share Principle Each country contributes as share Distribution of HEP publications, average 2005-2006 of worldwide HEP publications United States 24,9% South Africa 0,1%Other Countries 9,3% Sweden 0,8% Germany 9,1% Mexico 0,8% Taiwan 0,8% Portugal 0,9%Netherlands 0,9% Japan 7,2% Iran 0,9% Israel 1,0% Poland 1,3% Switzerland 1,4% Italy 6,9% Korea 1,8% CERN 2,0% India 2,6% United Kingdom 6,7% Brazil 2,6% Canada 2,7% Russia 3,4% China 5,3% Spain 2,9% France 3,8% Cern Scientific Information Service J. Krause et al. CERN-OPEN-2007-014
  6. 6. TheSCOAP 3 model summarized:
  7. 7. Re-use the CERN and HEP model…
  8. 8. …of international co-operation…
  9. 9. build a globalpartnership
  10. 10. Use money currently…
  11. 11. …spent by to license content…
  12. 12. …to directly pay peer-review services.
  13. 13. And make all content Open
  14. 14. Budget envelope: 10M€/year
  15. 15. SCOAP3 at a Glance: Timeline and Interaction National Contact PointsActors National HEP community; government HEP community Publishers agencies; universities, libraries & CERN consortia (“SCOAP3 partners”) 2005 Consultation within the HEP community 2006 Internal consensus on SCOAP3 idea (Task Force) 2007 Design of the business model (Working Party) 2008 Outreach and information campaign  Build worldwide consensus  Outreach and information “Expressions of interest”  and pledges  Q&A dialogues 2011 National representatives input  Go-ahead decision; start tender process  Publisher input SC TWGTimeline Market Survey  Response to Market Survey 2012 Invitation to Tender  Submission of bids Results announced Participation & agreement  Launch meeting 1 October 2012  Discussing reconciliation Reconciliation concept developed  Reconciliation pilots 2013 Provide mappings  Mapping Libraries Calculate reductions  Cost Reduction Calculator  Calculate reductions Consortia NCP Governmt. Upload reductions  Reconciliation Facility  Upload reductions Reconciliation  Reconciliation  Reconciliation Accession  NCP MoU signed  MoUs with NCPs; contracts with publishers  Contracts signed; adjust price agreements lists 2014; notify subs. agents 2014 SCOAP3 goes live; start operation Interaction
  16. 16. SCOAP3 Steering Committee“to co-ordinate the SCOAP3 tendering process, designing the consortiumgovernance, and bringing the initiative into its operational phase” • Jun Adachi, NII, Japan • Paul Ayris, JISC Collections, U.K. • Stefano Bianco, INFN, Italy • Miriam Blake, LANL, U.S. • Martin Koehler, DESY, Germany • Salvatore Mele, CERN, Switzerland (Convener) • Joao Moreira, FCCN, Portugal • Ann Okerson, CRL, U.S. • Ralf Schimmer, MPG, Germany • Xiaolin Zhang, CAS, China • Ivy Anderson. CDL, U.S. (ex-officio TWG liaison)
  17. 17. SCOAP3 Technical Working Group “to address the key question of the price reduction for content today in large-scale subscription packages and eventually to be converted by SCOAP3 to Open Access [...and] collect requirements, analyse principles, and suggest ways forward toward a concrete implementation and monitoring”• Ivy Anderson, CDL, U.S. (chair)• Paola Gargiulo, CASPUR, Italy• Anne Gentil-Beccot, CERN, Switzerland• Paul Harwood, JISC Collections, U.K.• Carol Hoover, LANL, U.S.• Tomonari Kinto, Tokyo, Japan [support: Satoru Kinoshita]• Angelika Kutz, TIB, Germany• Tom Sanville, LYRASIS, U.S.• Jiancheng Zheng, CAS, China
  18. 18. SCOAP3 Tendering Process• Developed by an international team of experts representing a cross-section of libraries and funding agencies supporting SCOAP3, with input from the publishing industry and the support of CERN legal and purchasing services• A set of concrete specifications and agreement framework describing the SCOAP3 model was made publicly available in June, 2012. This specification is freely available at http://scoap3.org/files/Technical_Specification.pdf• CERN reviewed the bids to identify the publishing partners and selected journals for which a contract for peer review, open access and other publishing services could be awarded.• An open and competitive tender
  19. 19. http://scoap3.org/files/Technical_Specification.pdf
  20. 20. SCOAP3 Tendering Process• Spring 2012 – publishers of HEP journals invited to submit proposals for participation• Evaluation process was based on: – Price per article quoted by publisher (based on 2011 article volume, with price to hold steady in 2014-2016) – Quality (Impact factor, CC license, delivery format) – Agreement to reduce subscription $$ according to volume of articles converted to Open Access
  21. 21. SCOAP 3 tender results
  22. 22. SCOAP3 Tender Results (alphabetical order) SCOAP3 SCOAP3 ArticlesPublisher Journal Percentage APC* (2011) (2011)APS Physical Review D 2989 ALL 1900 USDAPS Physical Review C 107 9.9% 1900 USDElsevier Nuclear Physics B 284 ALL 1800 USDElsevier Physics Letters B 1010 ALL 2000 USDHindawi AHEP 28 ALL 1000 USDIOPp/DPG New Journal of Physics 20 2.7% 1000 GBPIOPp/SISSA JCAP 138 30.9% 1200 GBPIOPp/CAS Chinese Physics C 16 7.2% 1400 GBPJagellonian Acta physica polonica B 23 22.1% 500 EURSpringer/SISSA JHEP 1652 ALL 1000 GBPSpringer/SIF EPJC 326 ALL 1500 EUROUP/PSP PTP 46 36.2% 1200 EUR *APC = Article Processing Charges
  23. 23. SCOAP3 at a Glance: Timeline and Interaction National Contact PointsActors National HEP community; government HEP community Publishers agencies; universities, libraries & CERN consortia (“SCOAP3 partners”) 2005 Consultation within the HEP community 2006 Internal consensus on SCOAP3 idea (Task Force) 2007 Design of the business model (Working Party) 2008 Outreach and information campaign  Build worldwide consensus  Outreach and information “Expressions of interest”  and pledges  Q&A dialogues 2011 National representatives input  Go-ahead decision; start tender process  Publisher input SC TWGTimeline Market Survey  Response to Market Survey 2012 Invitation to Tender  Submission of bids Results announced Participation & agreement  Launch meeting 1 October 2012  Discussing reconciliation Reconciliation concept developed  Reconciliation pilots 2013 Provide mappings  Mapping Libraries Calculate reductions  Cost Reduction Calculator  Calculate reductions Consortia NCP Governmt. Upload reductions  Reconciliation Facility  Upload reductions Reconciliation  Reconciliation  Reconciliation Accession  NCP MoU signed  MoUs with NCPs; contracts with publishers  Contracts signed; adjust price agreements lists 2014; notify subs. agents 2014 SCOAP3 goes live; start operation Interaction
  24. 24. SCOAP3 tender results (re-grouped for reconciliation process) SCOAP3 Articles SCOAP3 %Publisher Journal Status (2011) (2011)APS Physical Review D 2989 ALL SubsElsevier Nuclear Physics B 284 ALL SubsElsevier Physics Letters B 1010 ALL SubsSpringer/SISSA JHEP 1652 ALL SubsSpringer/SIF EPJC 326 ALL SubsIOPp/SISSA JCAP 138 30.9% SubsAPS Physical Review C 107 9.9% SubsIOPp/CAS Chinese Physics C 16 7.2% SubsIOPp/DPG New Journal of Physics 20 2.7% OAHindawi AHEP 28 ALL OAJagellonian Acta physica polonica B 23 22.1% OAOUP/PSP PTP 46 36.2% OA Key, urgent and indispensible step:understand subscription reductions for each SCOAP3 participating library/consortium
  25. 25. 4.1 Reduction of Subscription Costs
  26. 26. Five Steps for Reduction1. Identify SCOAP3 Partner libraries in each country (mapping)2. Publishers propose reduction for each one3. Libraries/consortia calculate/verify expected reduction4. CERN/SCOAP3 “reconciles” numbers5. Reduction: legal obligation for publishers
  27. 27. 1. Identify SCOAP3 Partner libraries in each country Mapping template
  28. 28. 2. Publishers propose reductions3. Libraries/consortia calculate/verify expected reduction Invitation to Tender Annex 1: Cost Reduction Scenarios
  29. 29. 2. Publishers propose reductions3. Libraries/consortia calculate/verify expected reduction Invitation to Tender Annex 1: Cost Reduction Scenarios
  30. 30. Cost Reduction Scenarios
  31. 31. Cost Reduction Scenarios• Covers all of the major contract types that exist around the world 1. Individual Subscriptions 2. Packages with known subscription costs 3. Packages based on historical subscriptions 4. Packages of subscribed journals with a single fixed cost 5. Packages of unsubscribed journals with a single fixed cost• Applies to individual libraries, library consortia, and national-level contracts• Pilot calculations with APS, Elsevier, Springer
  32. 32. Cost Reduction Calculator• Can be completed by libraries, consortia, or national contact points• Detailed instructions available to guide data entry• Pre-built formulas will calculate amount of reduction from basic contract information
  33. 33. Example: Individual SubscriptionSimply enter currency, price, and number of subscriptions…
  34. 34. And you’re done!Totals calculate automatically
  35. 35. 4.CERN/SCOAP3 “reconciles” numbers Reconciliation Facility: Web-database with access control
  36. 36. Reconciliation Facility Excel File Generated automatically from “mapping” informationFilled by each library, consortium or national contact pointCalculator can be uploaded as supporting documentation
  37. 37. Upload confirmation page
  38. 38. Five Steps for Reduction1. Identify SCOAP3 Partner libraries in each country (mapping)2. Publishers propose reduction for each one3. Libraries/consortia calculate/verify expected reduction4. CERN/SCOAP3 “reconciles” numbers5. Reduction: legal obligation for publishers
  39. 39. SCOAP3 at a Glance: Timeline and Interaction National Contact PointsActors National HEP community; government HEP community Publishers agencies; universities, libraries & CERN consortia (“SCOAP3 partners”) 2005 Consultation within the HEP community 2006 Internal consensus on SCOAP3 idea (Task Force) 2007 Design of the business model (Working Party) 2008 Outreach and information campaign  Build worldwide consensus  Outreach and information “Expressions of interest”  and pledges  Q&A dialogues 2011 National representatives input  Go-ahead decision; start tender process  Publisher input SC TWGTimeline Market Survey  Response to Market Survey 2012 Invitation to Tender  Submission of bids Results announced Participation & agreement  Launch meeting 1 October 2012  Discussing reconciliation Reconciliation concept developed  Reconciliation pilots 2013 Provide mappings  Mapping Libraries Calculate reductions  Cost Reduction Calculator  Calculate reductions Consortia NCP Governmt. Upload reductions  Reconciliation Facility  Upload reductions Reconciliation  Reconciliation  Reconciliation Accession  NCP MoU signed  MoUs with NCPs; contracts with publishers  Contracts signed; adjust price agreements lists 2014; notify subs. agents 2014 SCOAP3 goes live; start operation Interaction
  40. 40. Thank you for your attention! For information, please visit http://scoap3.org

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