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  • Web publishers are responsible for all of the content that goes up on their site. In the early days of the Internet, there were attempts to have service providers or domains responsible for content. Hypothetically, this would have meant that a search engine like Google or a provider like Shaw would have been held responsible for all libelous and pirated content on the Internet. Such responsibility would have resulted in the shutting down of the entire Internet in a barrage of libel and copyright law. In lieu of such legislation, responsibility has shifted from search engines and providers, to individual publishers, news agencies, bloggers, and websites for libel and copyright issues associated with their content.
  • Check out this Video produced by MIT about how to give credit to what you publish.Created by young filmakers at ICA’s Fast Forward program and posted to NML Channel on YouTube
  • “Open Access (OA) means immediate, permanent, free online access to the full text of all refereed research journal articles”-StevanHarnad, The Implementation of the Berlin Declaration on Open Access[linebreak]Peter Suber describes Open Access publishing as “putting peer-reviewed scientific and scholarly literature on the internet. Making it available free of charge and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. Removing the barriers to serious research.”
  • “Open Access (OA) means immediate, permanent, free online access to the full text of all refereed research journal articles”-StevanHarnad, The Implementation of the Berlin Declaration on Open Access[linebreak]Peter Suber describes Open Access publishing as “putting peer-reviewed scientific and scholarly literature on the internet. Making it available free of charge and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. Removing the barriers to serious research.”
  • Digital Tattoo interviewed Dr. Anita Palepu, UBC professor and editor of Open Medicine, to talk about Open Access publishing in the following 3 minute video.  You can view the full length version (~27 min.) here.For more in depth information, visit the UBC Library’s page on Open Access and on Scholarly Communications and check out UBC’s informational repository, cIRcle.  Other groups providing Open Access to published research include:arXivStanford Encyclopedia of PhilosophyAgEcon SearchPublic Library of ScienceBMC Cell BiologyDirectory of Open Access JournalsRepository 66.org Repository Maps mashup
  • Digital Tattoo interviewed Dr. Anita Palepu, UBC professor and editor of Open Medicine, to talk about Open Access publishing in the following 3 minute video.  You can view the full length version (~27 min.) here.It is always wise to discuss your publishing options with advisors, professors and colleagues in your field of research.  You may want to consult a librarian too.There are many advantages to publishing through Open Access journals including:fast turn-around – your work is published more quicklyhigh impact – your work is viewed and cited by more peopleeveryone gets equal access – you share knowledge for the public goodresearch is accelerated due to immediate access to new findingsgive back – you support fellow students by making research more accessible

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  • 1. Publish
  • 2. Publish: Outline Legally, I am a publisher, what responsibilities come with that? How do I protect my work and allow others to use it at the same time? How much of another work can I borrow and call it my own? What is Open Access (OA) publishing? Is Open Access the right choice for publishing my work?
  • 3. Publish Web publishers are responsible for all of the content that goes up on their site If you post on-line through your own hosted site or social networking tool, you are a publisher
  • 4. Publish (click to view) Taken from YouTube
  • 5. Publish: Open Access – Stevan Harnad’s DefinitionAccess to full text of all refereed researchjournal articles that is: Immediate Permament Free
  • 6. Publish: Open Access – Peter Suber’s Definition Putting peer-reviewed scientific, scholarly literature on internet Available free of charge Free of most copyright and licensing restrictions Removes barriers to serious research
  • 7. Publish: Dr. Anita Palepu (click to view) Taken from YouTube
  • 8. Publish: Strategies Discuss and consult your publishing options Open-Access journal publish advantages – Fast turn-around – High impact – Equal access for all – Accelerated research – More accessible – Give back
  • 9. What’s your digital tattoo?
  • 10. Resources “When Is It Okay to Appropriate?” 26 May. 2009. YouTube. Web. 20 Aug. 2012. “Digital Tattoo with Dr. Anita Palepu OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING.” 6 Apr. 2011. YouTube. Web. 20 Aug. 2012. tr