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Partnership for Open Access : Érudit webinar

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Partnership for Open Access : Érudit webinar

  1. 1. PARTNERSHIP FOR OA A Presentation to JISC’s Members Elise Bergeron Director of Operations elise.bergeron.1@umontreal.ca Emilie Paquin Director of Research and Strategic Development emilie.paquin@umontreal.ca
  2. 2. Érudit & its Collections UK & Érudit Partnership Model Pricing & Next Steps Questions & Comments Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 1
  3. 3. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 2 Founded in 1998, Erudit.org is Canada’s only Humanities and Social Sciences dissemination platform. Legal Status Interuniversity Consortium Non-Commercial organisation Mission Promote open access and fair scholarly publishing
  4. 4. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 3 Produce XML files Accompany journals towards open access Sign agreements with discovery tools Provide libraries with collection managements tools Ensure long-term preservation Develop research capacity in HSS (TDM – coshs.ca)
  5. 5. Journals are evaluated by a scientific committee based on Canadian granting agencies’ criteria. Peer-reviewed Scientific & editorial quality Original results Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 4
  6. 6. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 64 French 43 Bilingual 8 English New content to be included from 2018 to 2022: 70 English-language journals 5
  7. 7. Open access 33 active journals 34 archival journals 5 under Creative Commons CC-BY 4 journals transitioned to OA since 2017 Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Delayed Open Access 12 months embargo 98 journals 6
  8. 8. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 7
  9. 9. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 8
  10. 10. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Characteristics Independent Non-commercial Annual budget ≅ 30K - 80K Sources of revenue Universities Learned societies Provincial or federal grants Subscriptions (1/3) Shaping a Collective Future: An Investigation into Canadian Scholarly Journals’ Socio-Economic Reality and an Outlook on the Partnership Model for Open Access 9
  11. 11. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Page views: 23M UK rank: 10 88% 7% 3% 2% Number of downloads by countries England Scotland Walles Northern Ireland 10
  12. 12. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 47 journals have at least one author from the UK 212 authors have an affiliation with the UK 20 UK libraries are currently subscribed to Érudit’s journals on a title basis. 11
  13. 13. Going from selling subscriptions (delayed open access) to concluding partnerships for OA. Over 1,000 subscribing libraries in 30 countries. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Open access policies Cuts in library budgets Increasing subscription rates 12
  14. 14. ALTERNATIVE MODELS SCOAP3 Knowledge Unlatched Open Library for Humanities Kotilava.fi Project (Finland) Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 13
  15. 15. Fund open access dissemination by a minimal financial contribution from a large number of library partnerships. $$ Open Access Partnership – erudit.org partnership.erudit.org 14
  16. 16. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org No APCs Cost control Participatory management Access to corpora for text & data mining 15
  17. 17. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Multi-year commitment (3 to 5 years) 12 months embargo maintained until 2022 Fixed amount of new content added annually 16
  18. 18. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Steps Achievements 2014-2017 Development & Implementation in Canada • 70% of research libraries joined the partnership • Reduction of the embargo period (24 months to 12) • CRKN is on Érudit’s board 2018 Consolidation in Canada • Five-year commitment • Voluntary contribution to support the transition to OA • Maximum number of journals added (90) • 1% annual indexing 2018-2022 Internationalisation • France: 3 years, 1% annual indexing • Belgium: 5 years, 1% annual indexing 17
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  20. 20. Average fee per journal: 120 € Full collection: 7,624 € - 13,280 € Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 19 Subscription fee based on institution size Institution category A B C D E F G Size (global FTE) 0 - 5,000 5,001 - 10,000 10,001 - 15,000 15,001 - 20,000 20,001 - 25,000 25,001 - 35,000 35,001 + Full collection (116 journals) 7,624 € 8,222 € 8,412 € 9,486 € 10,498 € 12,016 € 13,280 €
  21. 21. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org 30 contributing institutions* Lowest: 450 € Highest: 3,450 € Average: 1,950 € * This is a projection based on the partnership negotiated with the French consortium Couperin. Rates would have to be determined for the UK libraries based on the declaration of interest of JISC members. 20
  22. 22. Open Access Partnership – erudit.org Declaration of interest (online survey) Drafting of a proposition for JISC members Negotiation process 21
  23. 23. Questions? Comments? partnership.erudit.org elise.bergeron.1@umontreal.ca

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