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9.26.18 Beyond NA presentation slides

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“Beyond North America: Widening Access and Participation”
Wednesday, September 26, 2018

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9.26.18 Beyond NA presentation slides

  1. 1. September 26, 2018 "The Revolution Will Be Open?" Series curated by David Lewis, Indiana University Purdue University Indiana, Dean Emeritus of the University Library & Michael Roy Middlebury College, Dean of the Library Beyond North America: Widening Access and Participation
  2. 2. Colleen Campbell Open Access 2020 Initiative Max Planck Digital Library The Open Access 2020 Initiative @oa 2020i Duraspace Hot Topics Webinar 26 September 2018
  3. 3. @oa2020ini 3 Dichotomy of scholarly publishing $10bn cash flow Subscription system STM Publisher dominated Open Ecosystem Community driven
  4. 4. @oa2020ini 4 Money needs to follow researchers Subscription system Open Access
  5. 5. @oa2020ini 5 Repurpose subscription funds for OA Subscription system STM Publisher dominated Open Ecosystem Community driven $10bn cash flow
  6. 6. @oa2020ini 6 Our shared mission and vision Accelerate the transition to open access, replacing the subscription business model with new models that ensure outputs are open and re-usable and that the costs behind their dissemination are transparent and economically sustainable.
  7. 7. @oa2020ini 7 A comprehensive strategy http://www.vsnu.nl/Roadmap-open-access-2018-2020-English/the-road-to-2020.html
  8. 8. @oa2020ini http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0026-C274-7 Financial leverage: there is already enough money in the system Subscription market today € 7.6 bn Transformed Open Access € 4.0 bn Conservative average cost per article OA publication scholary articlesscholary articles # 2m# 2m 45% Buffer Cost per article under the subscription regime € 3,800 € 2,000 8https://treemaps.intact-project.org/apcdata/openapc/
  9. 9. @oa2020ini 9 OA2020 is non-prescriptive in approach Divest of subscriptions… − Implement a step-wise reduction in subscription expenditure − Negotiate transitional agreements (e.g. read & publish, offsetting) − Engage in subscription reviews and cancellations of “big deals” Invest in Open Access… − Promote pure open access journals and publishers − Negotiate transformative agreements − Divert funding to other open access publishing venues (cooperative models, infrastructure, etc.)
  10. 10. @oa2020ini Publisher represents that the Read & Publish model, with its foundation in “hybrid” open access – where some articles are paywalled and others published open access – is a temporary and transitional business model whose aim is to provide a mechanism to shift over time to full open access. The Publisher commits to informing Customer of progress towards this longer-term aim on an annual basis, and to adjusting Read & Publish terms based on its progress towards full open access. Transformative agreements driving the transition 10 http://intheopen.net/2018/06/mit-rsc-read-and-publish-agreementn-access-mit-a nd-the-royal-society-of-chemistry-sign-first-north-american-read-and-publish-agr eement/
  11. 11. @oa2020ini 11 Transformative agreements
  12. 12. @oa2020ini 12 Increasing readiness for transformation https://eua.eu/component/attachments/attachments.html?id=358
  13. 13. @oa2020ini 13 Increasing readiness for transformation Declaration of Rights and Principles to Transform Scholarly Communications Championing Change in Journal Negotiations Negotiating Journal Agreements at UC: A Call to Action https://osc.universityofcalifornia.edu/2018/06/championing-chang e-in-journal-negotiations/
  14. 14. @oa2020ini 14 Open access publishing is growing CC data chart https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-05191-0
  15. 15. @oa2020ini 15 (OA as of 2017) 20 largest journals, based on number of papers published in 2016. OA highlighted in grey. MPDL analysis based on data from Web of Science. Subscription publishers are cashing in
  16. 16. @oa2020ini OA publishing constitutes an unmonitored and unchecked parallel revenue stream for subscription publishers 16 Financial impact of OA publishing 7.6 Bn EUR 2M # articles 3800 EUR per article + 10 + 100 + 1000
  17. 17. @oa2020ini 17 To break the system, both money streams must be reined in OA is (just) the next step in the evolution of licensing subscriptions OA publishing
  18. 18. @oa2020ini 18 Repurpose subscription funds https://oa2020-de.org/en/blog/2017/10/10/oa2020-en/
  19. 19. @oa2020ini 19 A global initiative to meet publishers at eye level
  20. 20. @oa2020ini 20 Finally, open access on a large-scale. For our scholars, for society. Through alignment we will achieve
  21. 21. @oa2020ini 21 Thank you! Participate in OA2020 Accelerate the transition Colleen Campbell Open Access 2020 Initiative Max Planck Digital Library campbell@mpdl.mpg.de @ColleenCampbe11 https://oa2020.org
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  32. 32. Mathematical expressions tagging with MathML XML tagging of tables and data Replicability necessary condition in science XML tagging of annexes and supplementary material Open Data
  33. 33. Productivity Coauthorship Usage
  34. 34. September 26, 2018 "The Revolution Will Be Open?" Questions Save the Dates: The SPARC Market Survey” Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Eastern “How For-Profit Companies Can Be a Part of the Open Environment” Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Eastern

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