NISO Webinar May 8: Taking Full Advantage: Discovery of Open Access Content.

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The publication and management of Open Access material now plays a central role in the academic research infrastructure, although its impact may differ across disciplines. If, as Heather Joseph of SPARC has written in College and Research Library News, "the full accessibility and utility of articles is a critical part of the design of the research system," then how can the library ensure that this material, which may be generated via an array of various processes from multiple sources, is easily available for its patrons to discover and use? Join NISO's presenters for a lively discussion on this timely topic.

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NISO Webinar May 8: Taking Full Advantage: Discovery of Open Access Content.

  1. 1. NISO Webinar: Taking Full Advantage:Discovery of Open Access ContentMay 8, 2013Speakers:William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach – MendeleyTamar Sadeh, PhD, Director of Marketing – Ex LibrisChristopher Erdmann, Head Librarian, The John G. Wolbach Library Harvard –Smithsonian Center for Astrophysicshttp://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/webinars/open_access
  2. 2. Discovery and Re-use ofOpen Access ResearchWilliam Gunn, Ph.D.Head of Academic OutreachMendeley@mrgunn
  3. 3. How do people discoverresearch?
  4. 4. If you’re a publisher, you surveyand find this• Browsing the journal• Google Scholar• TOC alerts• RSS feeds• Library catalog referrals
  5. 5. If you’re a librarian, you maythink this• Google Scholar• Library catalog• Actually going to the library• TOC email alerts• RSS feedsJ Med Libr Assoc. 2010 January; 98(1): 73–81.http://dx.doi.org/10.3163/1536-5050.98.1.019
  6. 6. If you’re a scientist, you askyour colleagues and they tell youthis• Google Scholar• Via email from PI/colleague• Library catalog• from web forum• #icanhazpdf
  7. 7. There’s a lot of pent up demand• Pubmed Central downloads areabout 50% from non-institutionaldomains.• Searches landing on Arxiv are oftenfrom non-institutional domains• Nurses• Small business• Interested public / lay scientists
  8. 8. The difference in the two typesof discovery is that one is socialNot Social∙ Search∙ Email alerts∙ RSS feeds∙ Browsingjournalwebsites∙ Visiting thelibrarySocial∙ Emails fromcolleagues∙ links shared onsocial networks∙ web forums∙ shared servers
  9. 9. Obviously, open access researchhas an advantage herehttp://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Apr-13/AprMay13_Lin_Fenner.html
  10. 10. data from Mendeley readershipdata from a sample of 500k papers from Pubmed published in 2012
  11. 11. altmetrics show broader impacta workhttp://arxiv.org/html/1203.4745v1
  12. 12. An example of re-useWithout open data, this wouldn’t be possible!
  13. 13. www.mendeley.com
  14. 14. Ex Libris Primo Support for Open AccessTamar Sadeh, PhDNISO Webinar: Taking Full Advantage: Discovery of Open Access ContentMay 8, 2013
  15. 15. 2013
  16. 16. Interest fromfunding bodiesInstitutionalmandatesCosts and budgetsGrass roots uprising
  17. 17. Backing ofgovernmentsand fundsGrowing awarenessSustainablebusiness modelsClear benefits forthe community andfor individuals
  18. 18. Open accesspublishing hasbecome a realoption forresearchers
  19. 19. Current Practices
  20. 20. The Gold Model
  21. 21. The Gold ModelDirect Delayed Hybrid
  22. 22. The Green Model
  23. 23. dissertation post-printpreprint self-archivedresearch_data thesis
  24. 24. Barriers?
  25. 25. Barriers?Cost Credibility Discoverability
  26. 26. Barriers?Cost Credibility Discoverability
  27. 27. SOAPStudy of Open Access Publishing
  28. 28. • Graph from SOAP
  29. 29. Credibility
  30. 30. advertising branding editingeditorial_board formattinggraphic_art graphs marketingpeer_review proof_readingselling selecting typesetting
  31. 31. Discoverability
  32. 32. How would a reader know ofthe open-access publications?
  33. 33. A new journal?
  34. 34. Hiding in a subscription journal?
  35. 35. Deposited in an institutional repository?
  36. 36. ‹#›
  37. 37. Research Datasets
  38. 38. Altmetrics
  39. 39. Opportunity for libraries andresearchers
  40. 40. Thank You!Tamar Sadeh, PhDtamar.sadeh@exlibrisgroup.com
  41. 41. NISO Webinar:Taking Full Advantage:Discovery of Open Access ContentNISO Webinar • May 8, 2013Questions?All questions will be posted with presenter answers onthe NISO website following the webinar:http://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/webinars/open_access
  42. 42. Thank you for joining us today.Please take a moment to fill out the brief online survey.We look forward to hearing from you!THANK YOU

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