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Talk given in Sherida Ryan's Social Economy Class, February 12, 2014

Talk given in Sherida Ryan's Social Economy Class, February 12, 2014


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  • 1. Open Access Stian Håklev (CC BY) OISE, March 4, 2013
  • 2. Four parts • Traditional Open Access • New forms of Open Access • The power of Open • Multiculturalism and Open
  • 3. Traditional models
  • 4. Journal publishing process peer-reviewers editor author(s) readers journal copy editing layout
  • 5. What? Why? How?
  • 6. Self-archive (green)
  • 7. http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo
  • 8. OA journals (gold)
  • 9. Support funder mandates and funding for OA journals
  • 10. Covers NSF, Ed, EPA, NASA, USDA, HHS, Commerce, Interior, Defense, Energy, Trans, DHS, Ag, State, Smithsonian ! Max 12 months embargo, covers both articles and data
  • 11. Why?
  • 12. Expanded access and lower costs for academics and researchers everywhere
  • 13. Whether at top institutions, or community colleges, whether in Beijing orVaranasi
  • 14. Giving the broader public access to our research
  • 15. Are the public really interested in access? A few examples...
  • 16. Wikipedia is a great academic resource - as a starting point for further research
  • 17. More and more learners are turning to open courses, and need open materials
  • 18. 20,000+ students accessed OA articles as part of their course
  • 19. Enabling new forms of communicating and organizing scholarly output
  • 20. OA makes articles more accessible, even for those who already have access
  • 21. “One of the main points behind doing threads was to bring the companion papers together with the main papers. To make it work you needed to make all of the papers open access. This could just not be done without the papers being open access.”
  • 22. A paper isn’t necessarily the best “unit of organization”
  • 23. Adding meaning to articles, enabling knowledge to be mapped out
  • 24. Can we do more?
  • 25. MA thesis
  • 26. Being an Open Scholar Improves the quality of your research Increases your connections, reach, opportunities “Flattens” the world of academia Don’t have to do all, but try some of it!
  • 27. How do people find you? It takes time, but quality content gets recognized Comment on others’ blogs, retweet or answer Tweets Conferences, hashtags Don’t be so afraid of putting out unfinished work Make it possible to “follow” you
  • 28. s  in  speech/beer 75
  • 29. creative  commons 76
  • 30. ccmixter 77
  • 31. flickr  cc 78
  • 32. Different  meanings  of  open 79
  • 33. 80 the  story  of  a   seed
  • 34. 81
  • 35. 82
  • 36. 83
  • 37. 84 a  story  enabled  by  openness
  • 38. 85
  • 39. 86
  • 40. 87
  • 41. 88
  • 42. 89
  • 43. Multilingualism as an asset
  • 44. Toronto - “most multicultural city in the world” ! University of Toronto reflects that 

  • 45. 5656
  • 46. “Are we allowed to do that?”
  • 47. Perspectives on bilingualism Bilingualism as ... ! problem ! right ! resource
  • 48. Student as... user
  • 49. 6060
  • 50. Ulib  telugu
  • 51. 38 jingpinke  main 38
  • 52. 41 egyan  tsp  list 41
  • 53. 6161
  • 54. Student as... user ! producer
  • 55. 6565
  • 56. 谢谢!Thank you! shaklev@gmail.com http://reganmian.net/blog http://reganmian.net/wiki CC BY