AAUP 2014: OA Success and Sustainability (F. Pinter)

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AAUP 2014: OA Success and Sustainability (F. Pinter)

  1. 1. KU at AAUP June 24 2014 Frances Pinter Knowledge Unlatched
  2. 2. Winner: 2014 Brill/IFLA Open Access Award Knowledge Unlatched
  3. 3.  What we (collectively) accomplished  Evolving environment  Vision for the future  Next steps Roadmap for this Afternoon
  4. 4. University Presses in US Duke University Press Purdue University Press Rutgers University Press Temple University Press University of Michigan Press University Press in Europe Amsterdam University Press University Presses in UK Cambridge University Press Edinburgh University Press Liverpool University Press Manchester University Press Commercial Publishers in Europe Bloomsbury Academic Brill De Gruyter Publisher Community
  5. 5. Global Library Community Who ‘we’ are United States (122) Canada (15) United Kingdom (77) Other* (41) Australia (24) Germany (18) *Countries included in the Other category less than 5%
  6. 6.  Collecting Books from Publishers  Surveying Libraries  Construction of the Model 13 publishers, 28 books Average hb price $95 Average Title Fee $12,000 Recruit 200 libraries to pay $60 per book Pilot Project Design
  7. 7.  Developed survey with Informed Strategies and the New York Public Library  US: Sent to all ARL libraries + 116 libraries with an identified interest in OA  UK: Survey distributed via RLUK and Jisc Collections Pre Pilot Surveys
  8. 8. One Package, Five Subjects  History  Literature  Politics  Media & Communications  Anthropology Pilot Collection
  9. 9.  297 libraries pledged  24 countries  Collection cost reduced from $1680 to $1195 per library  Per book/per library cost dropped from $60 to under $43  Since pledging closed over 100 libraries pre-registered for next round Pilot Project Results
  10. 10.  Hosting: OAPEN, HathiTrust, British Library  Preservation: Portico, CLOCKSS  Metadata: MARC21, enhanced by Duke University Library  Discovery: WorldCat, Summons Hosting, Preservation, Metadata
  11. 11. CC BY CC BY NC CC BY NC ND CC BY ND Creative Commons Licenses
  12. 12. Global Usage Data
  13. 13.  121 countries downloaded titles  24 countries have members of KU  In 3 months (Mar-May) mean average of downloads per title is 263 Usage Data
  14. 14. KU Members 80% Dev Countries 20% Greater Access to Content 20% of downloads are in Developing Countries and 80% of downloads are in countries with KU members
  15. 15. Explore  How to measure impact of monographs  How do altmetrics apply to books  How to measure usage by library without access controls Examine  Users by IP address  International reach  Books compared to others in category KU Research on Usage
  16. 16. A sustainable route to OA for specialist scholarly books Ensure that HSS books are as accessible as OA science journals Experiment with new content and new models The KU Vision
  17. 17.  KU South  KU in other languages  KU helping digital first / new open presses Additional Opportunities
  18. 18.  Infrastructure development  Potential Partners  Funding the scaling-up stage But first … our next steps
  19. 19.  Managing data flow better  Consortia models  Activating new library committees  Producing substantive report on pilot  Designing a study of usage & impact  Recruiting more publishers  Recruiting more libraries What we are working on now
  20. 20. What else?
  21. 21. Thank You Knowledge Unlatched

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