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open access publishing & academic libraries open access publishing & academic libraries Presentation Transcript

  • open access and academic libraries
  • about me
    • former editor, now publisher of Library Student Journal
    • 14 years experience in publishing
    • MLIS’d in 2008!
  • *caveats*
    • i am a cheerleader for OA
    • i am a cheerleader for libraries as publisher
    • i am a newbie librarian so don’t tell me i can’t do things, teach me how we can do it together
  • gold open access
    • no price barriers
    • no permission barriers
  • open journal systems
    • part of the Public Knowledge Project
    • journal management system
    • locally installed
    • chock full o’metadata
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  • library student journal
    • open access, peer-reviewed, international
    • hosted at LISHost (yay Blake!)
    • run by volunteers (all currently in LIS programs) (except me)
  • in your library
  • who
    • publisher: your library
    • editors/editorial board: faculties, departments, centres, associations
    • authors/reviewers: not your concern
  • when/where
    • now
    • your library
  • why
    • publication models are changing
    • many granting agencies require gold or green publishing practices
    • makes the research output of your university available to everyone
  • how
    • digital collections/services group
    • install is easy (OJS in an Hour)
    • getting the word out is hard
  • how (continued)
    • coordinate the installation
    • make MARC records available
    • ensure journals are indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals
  • so what?
    • build relationships between faculty and the library
    • direct involvement in research output
    • great marketing tool
    • OA publications have no barriers
    • future: collaboration with university presses?
  • Thanks ! Merci !
    • amy buckland
    • [email_address]
    • Twitter/FriendFeed/Flickr/ pretty much any other social network current or defunct: Jambina
    • informingthoughts.com