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Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth
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Open Access Week 2013: Events at Dartmouth

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  • 1. Open Access Week
 
 " Events October 21st – 25th 2013
  • 2. Events  at  Dartmouth  October  21st  to  October  25th     Get  Informa-on!  Drop  By:   Date   Time   Loca-on   Monday,  10/21   10:30  AM  to  12:30  PM   GlycoFi  Atrium  in  MacLean  at  Thayer   Tuesday,  10/22   10:00  AM  to  12:00  PM   Fairchild  Center  Tower   Wednesday,  10/23   2:00  PM  to  3:30  PM   Baker  Library  Main  Hall   Thursday,  10/24   9:00  AM  to  11:00  AM   Life  Sciences  Center  Gallery   Friday,  10/25   9:30  AM  to  11:30  AM   Novack  Cafe   Open  Access  Week  Panel  Live  from  the  World  Bank:  Mon.  10/21  3:00  to  4:30  PM   Loca-on:  Baker  Library  152,    Live  stream  available  online   Publishing  Essen-als:  Wed.  10/23  3:00  PM  to  4:00  PM   Loca-on:  Kresge  Library  Conference  Room   Know  your  Copyrights:  Thurs.  10/24  12:00  PM  to  1:30  PM   Loca-on:  DCAL,  102  Baker  Library,    Registra<on  required     Registra<on  &  More  at:  hDp://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/schcomm/OAWeek2013.html    
  • 3. What is Open Access? " Digital" Free of charge" Free of access barriers" Open-Access" Open Access" •  Entirely compatible with peer review" •  Free of most copyright and licensing restrictions"
  • 4.   •  Perform peer review" •  Make approved contents freely available to the world" •  May be supported by institutions or disciplines" •  Allow authors to make their work more broadly accessible " •  Require authors to retain control of copyrights"
  • 5. Open Access at Dartmouth: Digital Initiatives " Dartmouth College Library provides digital versions of its rich collections and archives to advance teaching, learning, and to celebrate the Dartmouth Experience (2)" Scholarly Journals" Digital Exhibits" Digital Initiatives" Digital collections (books, music, film, etc)" Dartmouth Digital Library Initiatives, Dartmouth College Library, 10/06/10 http://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/digital/” Scholarly Monographs"
  • 6. Open Access Publishing Services"     COPE   Provides funding to pay for publication fees in open access journals "     IMPACT" Provide financial support for publishing in scholarly journals committed to free, open access on the Internet" Eligibility to Receive Funding" Dartmouth graduate and No other source of funding for Journal is in DOAJ or pub-" " undergraduate students" publication charge" " " lisher meets OASPA Code" Visit  hXp://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/schcomm/OACompact.html  for  more  informa-on  
  • 7. Open Access Publishing Services"     1.  Dartmouth  College  Publica<on  Agreement  Amendment   •  Alterna<ve  to  copyright  transfer  contract   •  Publisher  has  right  to  first,  non-­‐exclusive  publica<on   •  Author  retains  rights  to  copy,  distribute,  post  on  web  page,  and   contribute  to  an  open  access  repository     2.  Consulta<on  on  Publishing  Contracts     3.  Workshops  on  Copyright,  Fair  Use,  Author  Rights,  Crea<ve  Commons   and  related  issues       4.  Consulta<on  on  journal  <tles  with  author  friendly  policies     5.  Refer  to  SHERPA  ROMEO  for  publisher  policies  about  copy  right,  author   pos<ng,  and  self-­‐archiving  of  your  work   6.  Digi<za<on  and  publishing  of  books,  manuscripts,  films,  photos,  music   and  more,  in  support  of  Dartmouth  faculty  and  student  scholarship  
  • 8. Monday October 21st 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition and the World Bank will co-sponsor the kickoff event for OA Week 2013: Heather Joseph (Executive Director, SPARC) will moderate a 60-minute panel entitled “Open Access: Redefining Impact” Join us in Baker 152 or watch the live stream online.
  • 9. Wednesday October 23st 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Do you know about your rights as an author? Come learn about copyright, open access, and author profiles! Register online. Bring your own device.
  • 10. Thursday October 24th 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM Learn about the key exceptions in copyright law that support teaching and publishing. Bring your own experiences, examples, and questions! Lunch will be served. Register online.

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