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  • Amsterdam University Press is founded in 1992 by the University of Amsterdam,
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  • Back to the theory, to what we learned. First the traditional view: A publication with images, and the ability to link to the original data. What JALC wants to do goes a little further: they want to allow readers to take an easy / close look at the data, without barriers like entering a repository, authentication, downloading, opening tools, etc. This requires the availability of tools, configuration, en connection / conversion of data. The challenge then becomes: how to implement this within a distributed repository infrastructure, and ensure the integrity of this publication? This roughly comes down to: who takes (is able to take) responsibility for these different components, and how will possible migrations be ‘aligned’?

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  • New emerging Business Models in Journal Publishing Martin Voigt
  • AUP in a nutshell : - founded in 1992 - 25 employees - 170 new titles in 2009, 206 in total - Humanities and social science - In 2009: 55% English, 45% Dutch - 7 Journals: 3 print, 4 Open Access
  • Why Open Access ? - enlarges the usasge of scientific literature - enhances the visibility of authors - enlarges the quality of science
  • How? All first-copy-costs for authors, their institutes, or the body who finances the research.
  • Why Open Access journals? - Science must be free accessible - Journal market is in serial crisis: stops development of new journals - Shrinking audience - Advantages of the internet (enhanced publications)
    • Open Access journals at AUP:
    • - Quotidian – Dutch Journal of the study of everyday life (www.quotidian.nl) - International Community of Dutch Language
    • Journal of Dutch Literature (july 2010)
    • - Media Studies (january 2011)
    • Journal of Archeology in the Low Countries (JALC) (www.jalc.nl)
  • The problem =
  • How does AUP do it: If there is a need or opportunity for a journal, create a financial basis within the scientific partners: - Libraries, faculties, institutes, etc.
  • More partners = smaller contribution
  • Advantages for partners: - Cheaper than most subscriptions - Partners co-create the journal (advisory board) - Quality of the content is ensured - Less competiton within the area
  • Guidelines for an OA journal at AUP
    • Accessible for all Institutional Repositories of the universities
    • Detailed appointments, guidelines for the use of metadata exchange formats (MODS – Metadata Object Discription Scheme)
    • Detailed appointments, guidelines for the use of XML container exchange formats for compound objects (DIDL – Digital Item Declaration Language)
    • Guidelines used for the European Guidelines (DRIVER – European Digital Academic Archive)
  • Case Study: Journal of Archeology in the Low Countries (JALC)
  • Two institutes asked AUP to calculate the costs for an OA Journal for Archeology in Holland and Belgium. Together we found another 7 partners to start.
  • Yearly costs for OA-journal: € 18.000 * journal editor (parttime ) * IT-development * overhead costs publisher For 1 article per month (to start)
  • Costs per partner per year: € 2.000 + their investment in time for acquisition, peer reviewing & editorial board
  • Results: 100 % penetration in Dutch archeology community 1000 unique visitors every month (# of international visitors N/A)
  • Earning model for AUP: All costs are paid (no risk) POD service for articles (subscriptionbased): - 2 issues a year - 128 pages - Costs: € 99,95 a year - in june 2010: 45 subscriptions (steady)
  • JALC is an enhanced publication: - Publications combined with research data - Improve interpretation and verification - Promote available data - Browsable network related items - Makes it easier to verify , reproduce , and re-use the results of research .
  • Examples:
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  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries ( JALC ) Demonstration
  • 29-07-10 CNI Spring 2010 Task Force Meeting Responsibility Maarten Hoogerwerf, 17-06-2009, OAI6
  • Questions: [email_address]