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Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
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Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion

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Presented by Andy Revelle and Jennifer W. Bazeley at the Academic Library Association of Ohio Annual Conference, 2010

Presented by Andy Revelle and Jennifer W. Bazeley at the Academic Library Association of Ohio Annual Conference, 2010

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  • 1. Keep the Change:Faculty Roles in the ScholarlyCommunications System and their Impact on Open Access Promotion Andrew Revelle | Jennifer Bazeley Miami University Libraries
  • 2. Crisis & Perspective• Librarian o "Big Deal" o Serials cost inflation o Shrinking library budgets o Open access as a solution• Faculty/Scholar o "Big Deal" o Serials cost inflation o Shrinking library budgets o Open access as a threat
  • 3. The Problem with Selling OA • Academic politics • Faculty misconceptions o OA in tenure and promotion o OA and peer review o Institutional repository trust o Fear of plagiarism • Copyright restriction awareness • Publication over dissemination • Workload • Technology anxiety • Change is difficult
  • 4. Evolving Outreach• First Approach: Ed Psych Dept o Invited by department chair as follow-up to earlier presentation o Presentation was heavly based on one designed to appeal to administrators  Stressed serials crisis above all else  Open Access was presented as a solution to the crisis and not as desirable in and of itself.
  • 5. EDP Presentation Slide 1
  • 6. EDP Presentation Slide 2
  • 7. EDP Presentation Slide 3
  • 8. Lessons Learned• If people are presented with a crisis, they will attempt to solve it.• Faculty have roles other than scholar and teacher which can have an impact on their attitude towards Open Access.• Faculty see their primary affiliation as being to their discipline and professional societies, not the university.• Many faculty members see budget problems as administrations issue and not theirs.
  • 9. Evolving Outreach• Second Approach: Psych Dept o Journal costs/serials crisis o What is OA? o Author rights & SHERPA/RoMEO o Miamis IR: Scholarly Commons o Appointments with psychology faculty
  • 10. The Alternative to Selling Crisis/OA • Emphasize access not crisis • Create value added service (IR) o Create unique brand o User-friendly interface o One-click document uploads o Allow for user customization o Market IR to departments • Make identification of author rights easy for faculty
  • 11. (very) Brief History of Miamis IR• Began with b-press repository• Moved to OhioLINK DRC o D-Space o Robust system o Designed to house items at the collection level and not at the author level  Need to create authors as collections to get single author pages that behave like profiles• Desired to develop system like b-press Selected Works, but have it sit on top of the D-Space repository o D-Space being at the back end allows us to maintain the integrity of the system while providing a usable, feature-rich public platform.
  • 12. scholars@muohio• Simple URL for easy decimation• Easy, one click uploading of documents• No metadata entry necessary• Profile editable by user• RSS feeds• Lacks prominent university or library branding
  • 13. scholars@muohioScholars Portal
  • 14. Other ToolsCopyright and Open Access LibGuide
  • 15. Andrew RevelleInformation Services LibrarianSocial Sciencerevellaa@muohio.eduJennifer BazeleyE-Resources & SerialsLibrarianbazelejw@muohio.edu
  • 16. Photo CreditsDarren Hester, "Coin Stacks" 10/24/10 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attributionxlynx, "IMG_4856" 10/26/10 via Flickr, Creative Commons AttributionLee Carson, "Coins not accepted" 10/24/10 via Flickr, Creative CommonsAttributionsbisson, "Mosaic Distortions" 10/24/10 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attributioncoolmikeol, "Coins Standing" 10/24/10 via Flickr, Creative Commons AttributionSlowAndEasy, "Gotcha" 10/24/10 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution

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