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Slides from the OA webinar that took place during Open Access Week

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What is The Role of the Librarian in an Open Access World? What is The Role of the Librarian in an Open Access World? Presentation Transcript

  • What is The Role of the Librarian in an Open Access World? Wednesday, October 23 2013 2pm EST Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • A Brief Introduction to Open Access Charles Eckman University Librarian and Dean of Library Services at Simon Fraser University Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Open Access – Why? ● sustain scholarly communication • growth of research outputs – 2-4% per annum • cost reduction vs cost control ● accelerate research • G-8 Science Ministers Statement on OA (June 2013) • Global Research Council Action Plan (May 2013) ● recognition for research and researchers ● positive societal impacts (Willinsky 2006) Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Open Access – Flavors GOLD ●published originally as OA • • • journals, monographs (full peer review, “pure OA”) megajournals (modified peer review, “pure OA”) articles (full peer review, “hybrid OA”) ●published originally via toll access, OA via rolling wall ●3% of physics/astronomy to high 13% medicine (Björk 2009) ●annual growth rate est. at 20% (Springer; Laakso et al 2011) ●60% of all peer reviewed journals by 2025 GREEN ●Pre-print or post-print (permission) ●6% of biochemistry/microbiology to high 30% earth sci (Björk 2009) OTHER ●faculty websites, open digital collections, datasets ●no estimates on scale Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Open Access – Business Models ● pub charges; memberships; advertising;… ● steady growth of author funds (institutional, funder) • third-party infrastructure support: https://www.openaccesskey.com/ • promise of consortial licensing ● disciplinary initiatives • SCOAP3; Episciences ● PeerJ (lifetime publishing membership) ● eLIFE (funder as publisher) Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Open Access – rights issues ● Gratis • to read ● Libre • to read and re-use Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Librarian Perspective: Charles Eckman University Librarian and Dean of Library Services at Simon Fraser University Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Support OA – Why Libraries? ● sustainability of scholarly communication • well positioned to manage knowledge budgets ● accelerate research • interested in demonstrating value ● recognition for researchers • client-centered orientation ● societal and civic impacts • community engagement ethos Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Gold OA – Roles for Libraries ● support “publishing equity” (Shieber 2008) • Compact on Open Access Publishing Equity (COPE) • growth in campus-based open access funds • 50+ across North America • SPARC website: http://sparc.arl.org/initiatives/funds ● Provide publishing infrastructure • campus-based publishing • SPARC website: http://sparc.arl.org/initiatives/campusbased-publishing • Library Publishing Coalition (Educopia) Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Green OA – Roles for Libraries ● build robust institutional repositories ● negotiate positive terms for licensed content ● copyright advice to institutional authors ● link green to gold • ensure deposit of library-funded articles to the IR Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Beyond Gold and Green ● faculty websites • promote value-added features of institutional repositories (preservation, discovery, metrics) ● digitized collections • libraries, researchers, community-based ● datasets • assist in developing data management plans • curating content Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Researcher Perspective: Michael S. Mott The University of Mississippi, Advanced Education Center Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Researcher Perspective Dr. Mott’s articles, published OA, can be found here: ● Technical Examination of a Measure of Phonological Sensitivity • http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/2/2/2158244012445584.abstract ● What Is Going on During Vocabulary Lessons? • http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/2/2/2158244012445583.abstract ● Illuminating the Effects of Dynamic Lighting on Student Learning • http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/2/2/2158244012445585.abstract For more info on how to submit to SAGE Open, visit: http://www.sagepub.com/journals/Journal20203 7/manuscriptSubmission Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Publisher Perspective: David Ross Executive Publisher, Open Access, SAGE Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Publishers Perspective ● Perspective of a scholarly research publisher of 700 journal titles – HSS and STM ● Perspective of the publisher 300 learned societies and associations ● Perspective of a predominately Humanities and Social Science Publisher Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Main areas of impact ● Historically set up to transact with libraries – now have to transact directly with authors and libraries ● Systems and Processing ● Licensing – multiple license types Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Wrapping Up ● SAGE believes that library will continue to be our main partner ● Engagement the way forward ● Market is in infancy – will develop in unexpected ways ● Books – monographs next? *To access “Implementing Open Access APCs: the role of academic libraries,” visit http://www.uk.sagepub.com/repository/binaries/pdf/apc.pdf Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC
  • Discussion Feel free to submit questions on your screen Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC