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Picture 1OAPEN-UK HSS Researcher Survey           Results
Overview • Ran March – May 2012 • Distributed via networks • Response bias? • 894 responses, of which 690 were usable
About the respondents
About the respondents
About the respondents
Open access awareness
Open access awareness
Open access awareness
Profits from publishing
Profits from publishing
Creative Commons
Creative Commons
Creative Commons
Creative Commons
Author priorities
Author priorities
Author priorities
Author responsibilities
Author responsibilities
Self-publishing
Self-publishing
Self-publishing
Author priorities
Active authors
Active authors funding
Publisher choices
OA funds
OA funds
OA funds
OA publishing
OA publishing
OA publishing
Author services
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Reading habits
Scholarly communications goals
Scholarly communications goals
Scholarly communications goals
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OAPENUK HSS Researcher Survey Results

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Researcher survey
This presentation reports on the findings of our survey of humanities and social science (HSS) researchers. We carried out the survey between February and May 2012, and achieved 690 usable responses. The survey covers issues including attitudes to open access publishing and Creative Commons licensing, researchers’ preferences and priorities as both authors and readers, and their views of the overall aims of the scholarly communications system.
The survey will be used to shape our work in the third year of the OAPEN-UK project, as we begin to consider some of the cross-cutting issues such as licensing regimes, discoverability and formats which are likely to affect an open access business model for HSS monographs.

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OAPENUK HSS Researcher Survey Results

  1. 1. Picture 1OAPEN-UK HSS Researcher Survey Results
  2. 2. Overview • Ran March – May 2012 • Distributed via networks • Response bias? • 894 responses, of which 690 were usable
  3. 3. About the respondents
  4. 4. About the respondents
  5. 5. About the respondents
  6. 6. Open access awareness
  7. 7. Open access awareness
  8. 8. Open access awareness
  9. 9. Profits from publishing
  10. 10. Profits from publishing
  11. 11. Creative Commons
  12. 12. Creative Commons
  13. 13. Creative Commons
  14. 14. Creative Commons
  15. 15. Author priorities
  16. 16. Author priorities
  17. 17. Author priorities
  18. 18. Author responsibilities
  19. 19. Author responsibilities
  20. 20. Self-publishing
  21. 21. Self-publishing
  22. 22. Self-publishing
  23. 23. Author priorities
  24. 24. Active authors
  25. 25. Active authors funding
  26. 26. Publisher choices
  27. 27. OA funds
  28. 28. OA funds
  29. 29. OA funds
  30. 30. OA publishing
  31. 31. OA publishing
  32. 32. OA publishing
  33. 33. Author services
  34. 34. Reading habits
  35. 35. Reading habits
  36. 36. Reading habits
  37. 37. Reading habits
  38. 38. Reading habits
  39. 39. Reading habits
  40. 40. Reading habits
  41. 41. Reading habits
  42. 42. Reading habits
  43. 43. Reading habits
  44. 44. Reading habits
  45. 45. Reading habits
  46. 46. Reading habits
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  48. 48. Scholarly communications goals
  49. 49. Scholarly communications goals
  50. 50. Scholarly communications goals

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