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Slides for Startup Science event. Covering #OAMonday petition. http://startupscience.eventbrite.com/

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  • #OAMonday
  • since no publisher has presented adverse event data why not extend?
  • “data and analytics to enableits customers to evaluate andmanage risks associated with transactions”
  • since no publisher has presented adverse event data why not extend?
  • on FRPAA:“It would also compel Americantaxpayers to subsidize the acquisitionof important research information byforeign governments andcorporations that compete inglobal markets with the public andprivate scientific enterprises conductedin the United States.” (american association of publishers)
  • “in my house we call these uh-ohs”
  • since no publisher has presented adverse event data why not extend?
  • no change in outcome without change in stakeholders.
  • WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:Require free, timely access over the Internet to journal articlesarising from taxpayer-funded research.We believe in the power of the Internet to fosterinnovation, research, and education. Requiring the publishedresults of taxpayer-funded research to be posted on the Internetin human and machine readable form would provide access topatients and caregivers, students and theirteachers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and other taxpayers whopaid for the research. Expanding access would speed theresearch process and increase the return on our investment inscientific research.The highly successful Public Access Policy of the NationalInstitutes of Health proves that this can be done withoutdisrupting the research process, and we urge President Obamato act now to implement open access policies for all federalagencies that fund scientific research.
  • NOT open access under any community definition.
  • organizationsOA advocatesten-day sprint#OAMonday#openaccess
  • thanks @sennoma, @mrgunn, and more!
  • now what?
  • 1. we wait.
  • 2. respond to the response.
  • by kazeeee @ flickr
  • 3. keep asking the same question.
  • since no publisher has presented adverse event data why not extend?