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  • Also...Knowledge as a public good, restricted in private hands...... an ineffective and out-dated publishing system penalises the less wealthy
  • ... Also the ‘self-interest’ argument for researchers. If their institutions can’t afford the resources, they won’t have access. Or they could provide access, but cut financial resources for researchers elsewhere.
  • Traditional model, but above inflation price increases for journal subscriptions have angered authors and restricted access of even the richest of academic institutions.
  • The situation is even worse in the developing world, where journal subscription prices mean that many institutions simply cannot afford access to up-to-date research.
  • “every industry that becomes digital, eventually becomes free”... except news international.
  • Report published June 16th 2012
  • Wellcome Trust announcement 28th June 2012
  • Compliant cat... Tenuous inclusion of cute furry animal towards end of slideshow.
  • Current phrasing of policy, which has received some criticism, is that if a journal offers option 1, an author must chose this option.
  • Current phrasing of policy, which has received some criticism, is that if a journal offers option 1, an author must chose this option.
  • Current phrasing of policy, which has received some criticism, is that if a journal offers option 1, an author must chose this option.
  • How will decisions be made as to who is more deserving of funds from a finite funding pot (early career researchers vs. REF submission research)
  • OA Work in progress

    1. 1. Open Access what it is...... and what is happening.
    2. 2. Outline what, why, how...... recent developments.
    3. 3. what?
    4. 4. What is OpenAccess?
    5. 5. What is OpenAccess?An article that isOpen Accesscan befreely accessed byanyonein the world usingan internetconnection.
    6. 6. no subscription... ...no login or password
    7. 7. why?
    8. 8. the ethicalargument
    9. 9. “the results of Ethical argument for OAresearch thathas beenpublicly fundedshould be freelyaccessible inthe publicdomain.”
    10. 10. the financialargument
    11. 11. Researcher [often] Unpaid Journal Researcher Publisher Does the Peer Review. Publishes content. research. Charges researcher (and Writes the public) to access the article article. they have written (and funded)
    12. 12. Journal price inflation
    13. 13. thetechnology & innovationargument
    14. 14. technology enables...
    15. 15. technology enables... ...unrestricted online dissemination...
    16. 16. technology enables... ...unrestricted online dissemination...... opens up potential ofaccess and re-use...
    17. 17. ... increasing visibility, reducing barriers to usage...
    18. 18. ... increasing visibility, reducing barriers to usage...... maximising potential impact .
    19. 19. Online becomes free Please touch
    20. 20. how?
    21. 21. Three mainRoutes to Open Accss routes to open access
    22. 22. Green Open Access (self archiving)author publishes in a journal...
    23. 23. Green Open Access (self archiving)author publishes in a journal...... then deposits a version of thearticle in an open access repository.
    24. 24. deposit often follows an Green Open Accessembargo period set bythe publisher...
    25. 25. deposit often follows an Green Open Accessembargo period set bythe publisher...... version deposited isnormally an author ’sfinal peer-reviewedmanuscript.
    26. 26. Gold Open Accessauthor publishes in an open accessjournal...
    27. 27. Gold Open Accessauthor publishes in an open accessjournal...... journal provides free access toarticle online.
    28. 28. author normallypays an ‘articleprocessing charge’(APC) to publisher.
    29. 29. hybrid open accesspublished in a traditional journal...
    30. 30. hybrid open accesspublished in a traditional journal... ... publisher provides gold OA for individual articles...
    31. 31. hybrid open accesspublished in a traditional journal... ... publisher provides gold OA for individual articles...... in return for APC paid by or onbehalf of author.
    32. 32. Recentdevelopments
    33. 33. RCUKOpenAccessPolicy16th July2012
    34. 34. All Research Councilfunded researchpublished from 1 st Apr2012 must...
    35. 35. be published in compliantjournals...
    36. 36. be published in compliantjournals... ... include details of funding received...
    37. 37. be published in compliantjournals... ... include details of funding received...... include a statement onhow data can be accessed.
    38. 38. be published in compliantjournals...
    39. 39. - journals must provide immediategold OA and allow deposit under aCC-BY licence
    40. 40. - journals must provide immediategold OA and allow deposit under aCC-BY licence or if not…
    41. 41. - journals must provide immediategold OA and allow deposit under aCC-BY licence or if not…- allow green OA after a maximumof 6 months (12 months for AHRCand ESRC).
    42. 42. How will gold OA be funded?
    43. 43. Research Councils will nolonger fund APCs throughindividual researchgrants...
    44. 44. ... from April 2013 will onlyfund Gold OA chargesthrough block grants toeach HEI...
    45. 45. ... to be managedcentrally by eachinstitution.
    46. 46. • How will authors know where to publish?• How will APCs be paid?• How will a central open access fund bemanaged, and by whom?• Double-dipping (paying journalsubscriptions AND paying to publish inthem).
    47. 47. Picture Credits[8] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by WhatDaveSees: Originalavailable here[3,4] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by jekert gwapo: Originalavailable here[5] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Darwin Bell: Originalavailable here[7] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Carol VanHook: Originalavailable here[9] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Richard Cocks: Originalavailable here
    48. 48. Picture Credits[13] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Photo Extremist:Original available here[21] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Daniel*1977: Originalavailable here[22, 23] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by 100kr: Originalavailable here[24, 25] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by tao_zhyn: Originalavailable here[12, 16, 30, 31] Created using http://photofunia.com/
    49. 49. Picture Credits[32] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by ViaMoi: Originalavailable here[41] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Lucy Tartan: Originalavailable here[44] Via Flickr Creative Commons, and by Howard Lake: Originalavailable here

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