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Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) Journal: from Open Access to Open Science from the viewpoint of a scholarly publisher

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Lyubomir Penev talks about Open Science from the viewpoint of a scholarly publisher | OSFair2017 Workshop

Workshop title: Open Access Models & Platforms

Workshop overview:
What are the emerging models of Open Access for publications? Who should be involved? How are costs distributed over the stakeholders involved? How can OA platforms innovate further to embrace Open Science? This workshop will discuss and showcase the range of models available, including their costs and organisational aspects, to discuss their relative strengths and weaknesses in different academic contexts.

When: DAY 1 - PARALLEL SESSION 1 & 2

Published in: Science
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Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) Journal: from Open Access to Open Science from the viewpoint of a scholarly publisher

  1. 1. Research Ideas and Outcomes RIO Journal From Open Access to Open Science from the Viewpoint of a Scholarly Publisher Lyubomir Penev Bulgarian Academy of Sciences & Pensoft Publishers, Sofia Open Science Fair, Athens, 6-8 15 Sep 2017
  2. 2. Some facts about Pensoft • Founded in 1992 • Headquarters in Sofia • Now 25 permanent employees
  3. 3. Pensoft’s Open Access Journals
  4. 4. Pensoft Book Program More than 1000 book titles since 1994 Advanced Open Access Books
  5. 5. ARPHA
  6. 6. Two Journal Publishing Workflows: ARPHA-XML & ARPHA-DOC
  7. 7. WHY? CLAIM 1 of this presentation Being just “open”, or “open everything” is still far from the true open science!
  8. 8. WHY? CLAIM 2 of this presentation Publishing in NON- machine-readable formats: a bottleneck that hampers progress in science!
  9. 9. The (mis)fortune of most research outputs Primary data Drawings: Slavena Peneva DNA sequencer image: Wikimedia –
  10. 10. Can Open Science be published only in PDF / HTML?
  11. 11. The JATS XML: The first step to open content <taxon-name-part taxon-name-part-type="genus">Nixonia</taxon-name-part> <taxon-name-part taxon-name-part-type="species">masneri</taxon-name-part> </taxon-name> - <taxon-author> <string-name>van Noort & Johnson</string-name> </taxon-author> <taxon-status>sp. n.</taxon-status> <xref>Figures 1A-F</xref> a
  12. 12. Academic Publishing in Transition Open access Open science Human-readable Machine-readable Data publishing Data re-use Impact Factor Article Level Metrics (ALM) Publishing Technology-driven service Technology Critical for journals’ survival Dissemination As important as publishing
  13. 13. What is Open Science? Open peer review Open funding Open innovation Open science evaluation Credit: John Parsons, Library Journal 2016, adapted from J.-C. Burgelman’s 2015 presentation.
  14. 14. Open Science Journal What does it mean?
  15. 15. The RIO Journal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QKp4Ttpemw
  16. 16. The Open Science features of RIO • OS #1: RIO publishes all outputs of the research cycle • OS #2: Online collaborative platform supporting the full life cycle of a manuscript (ARPHA-XML) • OS #3: Machine-readable JATS XML output • OS #4: Entirely OPEN author-organised pre-submission • OS #5: Community-sourced post-publication peer review • OS #6: Authors decide how to peer review their manuscripts • OS #7: Authors can publish article revisions anytime • OS #8: Social engagement by mapping research to UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) • OS #9: Transparent APC model • ………..
  17. 17. OS #1: Publish the Whole Research Cycle Credit: CC-BY Cameron Neylon, modified by Daniel Mietchen (Wikimedia.org) Teaching TeachingOutreach Administration Develop Publish Read Fund Support Plan Idea Process
  18. 18. Giving back to the Community Publish your project or research group outputs in a special collection What can you publish? • Research idea • Grant proposal • DMP • Methods • Data • Presentation • Poster • Workshop Report • Hackathon Report • Policy Brief • Research Article • Any other
  19. 19. Novel Article Formats
  20. 20. Flexible Article Templates
  21. 21. Project Output Collections
  22. 22. Two Years of Success • More than 150 articles published so far • Half of these are grant proposals and research ideas • Dedicated collections for projects and conferences
  23. 23. • Authoring • Data import • Peer review • Publication • Dissemination + Next-Gen taxonomy requires Next-Gen publishing ARPHA-XML: All within a single online collaborative platform OS #2: Machine-readable open science
  24. 24. OS #3: Highly structured & data-rich publications
  25. 25. Online Import of Structured Data
  26. 26. Import Image or Video
  27. 27. Cited figures (rе-)placed automatically
  28. 28. Online import of literature references
  29. 29. Mandatory validation step
  30. 30. ‘Embedded’ copyeditor
  31. 31. Images published with DOIs
  32. 32. Import an Entire Manuscript via API
  33. 33. OS #4: Online collaboration with co-authors & peers
  34. 34. OS #5: Open & Democratic Peer Review
  35. 35. Multi-stage peer review in RIO: pre- submission
  36. 36. Multi-stage peer review in RIO: post-publication
  37. 37. OS #6: Open evaluation including sub-article level metrics
  38. 38. OS #7: Archived in public repositories: ZENODO
  39. 39. OS #7: Images archived under their own DOIs
  40. 40. OS #8: Truly unique: Update your article anytime! Update your article
  41. 41. OS #9: Social engagement via SDGs
  42. 42. OS #9: Social engagement via SDGs
  43. 43. OS #10: Bring science to the society
  44. 44. OS #11: Transparent APC model
  45. 45. OS #11: Transparent APC model
  46. 46. OS #11: Open funding
  47. 47. OS #12: Open funding
  48. 48. OS #11: Open funding
  49. 49. What next…?
  50. 50. Nanopublications and LOD Credit: nanopub.org Tree RDF named graphs 1.The assertion: a statement linking two concepts (subject and object) via a third concept (predicate). 2.The provenance: some metadata to provide context for the assertion. 3.The publication information: metadata about the actual nanopublication itself.
  51. 51. I Open Science! PLAZI

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