Publishing and Copyright in HCI<br />
STM and HCI Publishing<br />
Rising Costs<br />
Mandates<br />NIH<br />MIT<br />Harvard<br />FRPAA<br />
Institutional Repositories<br />Permanent URL  <br />Example:Parnerkar, Shreyas Vijay, Timing False Path Identification us...
Subject Repositories<br />
Data Management<br />
Journal Measurements<br />
Article – Author Influence<br />Citations<br />H-Index<br />G-Index<br />Best Paper Awards<br />Acceptance in “Prestigious...
HCI Publishing<br />Conferences  <br />CHI, Interact, HCI, DIS, NORDICHI, EHCHI, ICMY, GW, etc.<br />ACM/IEEE<br />Google ...
Who/What Is?<br />
Who/What Is?<br />This paper is Professor Bilge Mutlu’s most cited paper.<br />This author is listed in Microsoft Academic...
Created by Joshua Gajownik for opensource.com<br />Copyright License Choice <br />Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic <br />
Managing Your Copyright<br />
Permissions<br />As the author, you will be asked to certify that any previously copyrighted material used in your work, b...
Article Versions<br />Preprint<br />Post Print<br />Publisher Version/PDF<br />Journal Article Versions (JAV): Recommendat...
Transfer Copyright<br />Publishers typically ask authors to transfer their copyrights in exchange for publication<br />Cop...
Manage Your Copyright<br />Step 1:Anticipate your future needs to use the materials<br />Step 2:Understand the publication...
Options<br />Transfer your entire copyright to the publisher <br />Traditionally what publishers ask for<br />Retain speci...
Creative Commons<br />
Understand Your rights!<br />
HCI Author Contracts<br />ACM<br />ACM Sig Proceedings <br />ACM Transaction on Human Computer Interaction <br />Taylor an...
Understand the Publication Agreement<br />Can you post a version on your website…if so, what version?<br />Can you give a ...
Further Assistance<br />Jody Hoesly<br />Collections and <br />Scholarly Communications Librarian<br />Wendt Commons<br />...
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2010 11 publishing and copyright in hci

  1. 1. Publishing and Copyright in HCI<br />
  2. 2. STM and HCI Publishing<br />
  3. 3. Rising Costs<br />
  4. 4. Mandates<br />NIH<br />MIT<br />Harvard<br />FRPAA<br />
  5. 5. Institutional Repositories<br />Permanent URL <br />Example:Parnerkar, Shreyas Vijay, Timing False Path Identification using ATPG Techniques<br />
  6. 6. Subject Repositories<br />
  7. 7. Data Management<br />
  8. 8. Journal Measurements<br />
  9. 9. Article – Author Influence<br />Citations<br />H-Index<br />G-Index<br />Best Paper Awards<br />Acceptance in “Prestigious” publications<br />Invite to publish<br />
  10. 10. HCI Publishing<br />Conferences <br />CHI, Interact, HCI, DIS, NORDICHI, EHCHI, ICMY, GW, etc.<br />ACM/IEEE<br />Google Scholar<br />Microsoft Academic Search<br />E-Print Network<br />Books and BookLike<br />Synthesis Digital Library – Human Centered Informatics<br />Springer – LNCS<br />
  11. 11. Who/What Is?<br />
  12. 12. Who/What Is?<br />This paper is Professor Bilge Mutlu’s most cited paper.<br />This author is listed in Microsoft Academic Search with the highest h-index of 57 for authors in human computer interaction. <br />This h-index is listed in Scholar Index for the UW Madison Psychology chair, Patricia Devine.<br />This is the number of conferences in Microsoft Academic Search that are related to the query human computer interaction. <br />This journal has the highest impact factor listed in the Journal Citation Database (JCR) for Computer Science – Cybernetics.<br />This journal has the highest eigenfactor listed in JCR for Computer Science – Cybernetics.<br />This journal has the highest SJR score listed in Scimago for human-computer Interaction.<br />This open access journal is listed in Ulrichs database for title keywords human computer Interaction.<br />This thesis was added to the Minds@UW UW-Madison College of Engineering- Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering collection with a date of: Dec.15, 2010.<br />This is the number of downloads listed in ACM in the last 12 months for the HRI '10:Proceeding of the 5th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction. <br />
  13. 13. Created by Joshua Gajownik for opensource.com<br />Copyright License Choice <br />Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic <br />
  14. 14. Managing Your Copyright<br />
  15. 15. Permissions<br />As the author, you will be asked to certify that any previously copyrighted material used in your work, beyond "fair use," is with the written permission of the copyright owner.  <br />Fair Use:<br />the purpose and character of the use<br />the nature of the copyrighted work<br />the amount used<br />the effect of the use on market or value<br />Images and Tables<br />
  16. 16. Article Versions<br />Preprint<br />Post Print<br />Publisher Version/PDF<br />Journal Article Versions (JAV): Recommendations of the NISO/ALPSP JAV Technical Working Group April 2008<br />
  17. 17. Transfer Copyright<br />Publishers typically ask authors to transfer their copyrights in exchange for publication<br />Copyright transfer agreements can limit the rights of the author to reuse their work for:<br />Sharing with colleagues<br />Copying for classroom use<br />Posting on their personal website<br />Making derivative works<br />
  18. 18. Manage Your Copyright<br />Step 1:Anticipate your future needs to use the materials<br />Step 2:Understand the publication agreement and the rights it gives you as an author - Sherpa Romeo<br />Step 3:Negotiate with the publisher to retain the rights you need - Author Addendum<br />
  19. 19. Options<br />Transfer your entire copyright to the publisher <br />Traditionally what publishers ask for<br />Retain specific rights you need to do your work, but otherwise transfer copyright to the publisher<br />Retain ownership of the copyright and grant specific rights to publishers so that they can do business as needed<br />
  20. 20. Creative Commons<br />
  21. 21. Understand Your rights!<br />
  22. 22. HCI Author Contracts<br />ACM<br />ACM Sig Proceedings <br />ACM Transaction on Human Computer Interaction <br />Taylor and Francis<br />Human Computer Interaction (T&F)<br />Elsevier<br />International Journal of Human Computer Studies<br />Interacting with Computers <br />IEEE<br />IEEE Conference on Human-Robot Interaction<br />Springer<br />User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction<br />International Journal of Social Robotics<br />World Scientific<br />International Journal of Humanoid Robots<br />
  23. 23. Understand the Publication Agreement<br />Can you post a version on your website…if so, what version?<br />Can you give a colleague permission to use your article?<br />Can you use your article for teaching?<br />Can you use your article in derivative works?<br />How does the agreement compare to the publishers website information?<br />How does the agreement compare with Sherpa Romeo?<br />What, if any, wording seem unclear or of concern?<br />
  24. 24. Further Assistance<br />Jody Hoesly<br />Collections and <br />Scholarly Communications Librarian<br />Wendt Commons<br />262-9455<br />jhoesly@engr.wisc.edu<br />

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