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Guest lecture in Sherida Ryan's Social Economy class at OISE, Feb 29, 2012

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Open Access

  1. 1. Open Access Stian Håklev (CC BY) OISE, February 29, 2012
  2. 2. Traditional models
  3. 3. (traditional) Open Access Green OA Gold OA
  4. 4. Self-archive (green)
  5. 5. http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo
  6. 6. OA journals (gold)
  7. 7. Benefits• article is available as much as a year earlier• people all around the world, in all professions, have access• even for people who have legal access, OA versions are usually easier to access• all of the above lead to greater readership, better name recognition, more citations and opportunities
  8. 8. Can we do more?
  9. 9. MA thesis
  10. 10. http://reganmian.net/wiki/ref:mak2010blogs
  11. 11. Being an Open Scholar
  12. 12. Being an Open ScholarImproves the quality of your research
  13. 13. Being an Open Scholar Improves the quality of your researchIncreases your connections, reach, opportunities
  14. 14. Being an Open Scholar Improves the quality of your researchIncreases your connections, reach, opportunities “Flattens” the world of academia
  15. 15. Being an Open Scholar Improves the quality of your researchIncreases your connections, reach, opportunities “Flattens” the world of academia Don’t have to do all, but try some of it!
  16. 16. How do people find you?
  17. 17. How do people find you?It takes time, but quality content gets recognized
  18. 18. How do people find you? It takes time, but quality content gets recognizedComment on others’ blogs, retweet or answer Tweets
  19. 19. How do people find you? It takes time, but quality content gets recognizedComment on others’ blogs, retweet or answer Tweets Conferences, hashtags
  20. 20. How do people find you? It takes time, but quality content gets recognizedComment on others’ blogs, retweet or answer Tweets Conferences, hashtags Don’t be so afraid of putting out unfinished work
  21. 21. How do people find you? It takes time, but quality content gets recognizedComment 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
  22. 22. s  in  speech/beer 58
  23. 23. free  software 59
  24. 24. creative  commons 60
  25. 25. ccmixter 61
  26. 26. flickr  cc 62
  27. 27. wikipedia 63
  28. 28. WP  Norway  Urdu  big
  29. 29. Different  meanings  of  open 65
  30. 30. the  story  of  a  seed 66
  31. 31. 67
  32. 32. 68
  33. 33. 69
  34. 34. a  story  enabled  by  openness 70
  35. 35. 71
  36. 36. 72
  37. 37. 73
  38. 38. 74
  39. 39. 75
  40. 40. Multilingualism as an asset
  41. 41. Toronto - “most multicultural city in the world”
  42. 42. Toronto - “most multicultural city in the world” University of Toronto reflects that
  43. 43. 56
  44. 44. “Are we allowed to do that?”
  45. 45. Perspectives on bilingualism
  46. 46. Perspectives on bilingualism Bilingualism as ...
  47. 47. Perspectives on bilingualism Bilingualism as ... problem
  48. 48. Perspectives on bilingualism Bilingualism as ... problem right
  49. 49. Perspectives on bilingualism Bilingualism as ... problem right resource
  50. 50. Student as... user
  51. 51. 60
  52. 52. Ulib  telugu
  53. 53. jingpinke  main 38
  54. 54. egyan  tsp  list 41
  55. 55. 61
  56. 56. Student as... user producer
  57. 57. 65
  58. 58. 谢谢!Thank you!shaklev@gmail.comhttp://reganmian.net/bloghttp://reganmian.net/wikiCC BY

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