Open Access at IgniteAlberta

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Talk at IgniteAlberta at University of Alberta in Edmonton, February 22, 2013, on a panel with Cable Green. Recording at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekdAqaiL7-U

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Open Access at IgniteAlberta

  1. 1. Open AccessStian HåklevIgniteAlbertaFebruary 22, 2013
  2. 2. Traditional models of publishing
  3. 3. Journal publishing process
  4. 4. Journal publishing process author(s)
  5. 5. Journal publishing process author(s)
  6. 6. Journal publishing processeditor author(s)
  7. 7. Journal publishing processeditor author(s)
  8. 8. Journal publishing process peer-reviewerseditor author(s)
  9. 9. Journal publishing process peer-reviewerseditor author(s)
  10. 10. Journal publishing processcopy editing peer-reviewers layout editor author(s)
  11. 11. Journal publishing processjournal copy editing peer-reviewers layout editor author(s)
  12. 12. Journal publishing process readersjournal copy editing peer-reviewers layout editor author(s)
  13. 13. Journal publishing process readersjournal copy editing peer-reviewers layout editor author(s)
  14. 14. What?Why?How?
  15. 15. What?
  16. 16. Self-archive (green)
  17. 17. http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo
  18. 18. OA journals (gold)
  19. 19. Why?
  20. 20. Expanded access and lower costs foracademics and researchers everywhere
  21. 21. Expanded access and lower costs foracademics and researchers everywhere
  22. 22. Whether at top institutions, or community colleges,whether in Beijing or Varanasi
  23. 23. Giving the broader public access to our research
  24. 24. Are the public really interested in access? A few examples...
  25. 25. Wikipedia is a great academic resource- as a starting point for further research
  26. 26. More and more learners are turning toopen courses, and need open materials
  27. 27. 20,000+ students will be accessing OA articles as part of their course
  28. 28. Enabling new forms of communicating and organizing scholarly output
  29. 29. OA makes articles more accessible,even for those who already have access
  30. 30. “One of the main points behind doing threads wasto bring the companion papers together with themain papers. To make it work you needed to makeall of the papers open access. This could just not bedone without the papers being open access.”
  31. 31. A paper isn’t necessarily the best “unit of organization”
  32. 32. Adding meaning to articles, enabling knowledge to be mapped out
  33. 33. Opening the scholarly process, pre-publication
  34. 34. How?
  35. 35. What can be done by... Individual researchers InstitutionsFaculty unions and Graduate Student Unions Academic societies Journal editors Provincial governments Funding bodies (SSHRC etc)
  36. 36. Support and publish in Open Access journals when possible
  37. 37. Try to retain copyright when publishing in toll-access journals
  38. 38. Spread the idea, organize as knowledge producers, in societies, etc.
  39. 39. Become active in organizations that support Open Access
  40. 40. Promote OA policies and mandates at departments and institutions
  41. 41. Support funder mandates and funding for OA journals
  42. 42. Announced today, covers NSF, Ed, EPA, NASA, USDA, HHS,Commerce, Interior, Defense, Energy, Trans, DHS, Ag, State, SmithsonianTo develop implementation within 6 months, max 12 months embargo, covers both articles and data
  43. 43. Support reform of hiring, promotionand tenure policies to encourage OA
  44. 44. Thank you!Stian Håklevshaklev@gmail.com@houshuanghttp://reganmian.net/bloghttp://reganmian.net/wikihttp://slideshare.net/houshuang

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