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EMMA Summer School - A. Antonielli, B. Tottossy - Open Access

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This presentation was given during the EMMA Summer School, that took place in Ischia (Italy) on 4-11 July 2015.

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EMMA Summer School - A. Antonielli, B. Tottossy - Open Access

  1. 1. OPEN ACCESS A PERSPECTIVE from the The Open Access Publishing Workshop at the University of Florence Arianna Antonielli, Beatrice Tottossy
  2. 2. On Cultural Heritage and Scholarly Communication The digital revolution enabled the digital preservation of cultural heritage and its expansion in terms of accessibility and availability. Preserving cultural heritage through OA publishing, collecting and archiving is the new frontier to be achieved and improved.
  3. 3. The Biblioteca di Studi di Filologia Moderna OA Project and Publishing Workshop The Open Access Publishing Workshop has been implemented since 2006 by the Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies at the University of Florence (experimental phase start in1999). The OAPW is financially supported by the University of Florence and by the Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies. It attempts to promote, develop and interrelate, within the context of the Department, the two main ways of achieving open access.
  4. 4. The Open Access Movement: Budapest 2001: Meeting held in Budapest and organised by George Soros’ Open Society Institute (OSI). February 2002: Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) document. BOAI proposed two strategies/two roads: 1. The Green Road Have researchers make their pre- and post-prints freely available on the web, on institutional and subject repositories. 2. The Gold Road Create new OA journals and monographs and charge authors/funders to publish (author-pays
  5. 5. Green RoadGreen Road Gold RoadGold Road Platinum RoadPlatinum Road The OA Publishing Workshop (1)
  6. 6.  The OAPW premise is:  to rationalize expenses  to guarantee a more influential scientific research  to guarantee safer working environment for researchers, mainly as regards intellectual property  to storage scientific data into Florence National Library and University Digital Archive  to disseminate them open access on the web  to give students a concrete know-how on digital publishing  Volumes and journals are fully open access as to their content accessibility.  Publishing policies go hand in hand with the philosophical and political concept of the Open Access Movement.  OAPW and FUP have achieved a contract model which is based on the 2012 UNIFI open access policy. The OA Publishing Workshop (2)
  7. 7. The OAPW Authors’ Policies CCPL DOUBLE BLIND PEER-REVIEW OAPW editing services for free. Online publishing for free. Authors are an integral part of the OAPWShared print on demand costs.
  8. 8. Financial Resources Financial ResourcesEditorial Portal Editorial Portal 8 VolumesVolumes Journals on OJS Journals on OJS IRIR Publishing TrainingPublishing Training Publishing Lab.Publishing Lab. PermanentSeminar PermanentSeminar Models Models The OAPW Integrated System (3)
  9. 9. OPEN ACCESS A PERSPECTIVE from the the OA Publishing Workshop Beatrice Tottossy and Arianna Antonielli The Open Access Publishing Workshop Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies, The University of Florence <tottossy@unifi.it>; <arianna.antonielli@unifi.it> <http://www.lilsi.unifi.it/vp-82-laboratorio-editoriale-open-access-ricerca-formazione-e-produzione-dal-2006.html> Thanks
  10. 10. OPEN ACCESS A PERSPECTIVE from the the OA Publishing Workshop Beatrice Tottossy and Arianna Antonielli The Open Access Publishing Workshop Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Intercultural Studies, The University of Florence <tottossy@unifi.it>; <arianna.antonielli@unifi.it> <http://www.lilsi.unifi.it/vp-82-laboratorio-editoriale-open-access-ricerca-formazione-e-produzione-dal-2006.html> Thanks

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