Open access stratus 2012

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Presentation on Open Access for the Stratus panel, University of Auckland 2012

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Open access stratus 2012

  1. 1. Open Access, the carrot M Fabiana KubkeDepartment of Anatomy with Radiology Fabiana Kubke
  2. 2. Disclaimers: • PLOS ONE • Creative Commons Aotearoa NZ • PeerJ • Brain Behavior and Evolution (Karger)Image credit: www.plos.org
  3. 3. Image from wikipedia.org
  4. 4. Sharing
  5. 5. For science to be useful itneeds to be reusable Cameron Neylon CC-BY-ND h.koppdelaney on Flickr
  6. 6. CC_BY net_efekt on Flickr
  7. 7. CC-BY-NC-SA by Marshed on Flickr
  8. 8. What is Open AccessCC-BY- NC-ND by Funkybug on Flickr
  9. 9. Open Access is the practice ofproviding unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly articles
  10. 10. GREEN GOLD Self Archiving in institutional The journal provides (Research Space) or central free access to therepositories (PubMed Central) article
  11. 11. GREEN GOLD Self Archiving in institutional The journal provides (Research Space) or central free access to the repositories (PubMed Central) articleBut…. Is it reusable?
  12. 12. GREEN GOLD Self Archiving in institutional The journal provides (Research Space) or central free access to the repositories (PubMed Central) articleBut…. Is it reusable? …it depends
  13. 13. copyright
  14. 14. high All rights reservedrestrictions low
  15. 15. high All rights reservedrestrictions Some rights reserved Non Commercial use low
  16. 16. high All rights reservedrestrictions Some rights reserved Non Commercial use Some rights reserved Commercial use Public Domain dedication low
  17. 17. high All rights reservedrestrictions GRATIS Some rights reserved Non Commercial use Some rights reserved Commercial use LIBRE Public Domain dedication low
  18. 18. CC-BY-NC-SA by stans_pat_pix on Flickr
  19. 19. PublishersMe Institution Government Public Industry
  20. 20. PublishersMe Institution Government Public Industry
  21. 21. Publishers XX XMe Institution Government X Public Industry
  22. 22. Publishers XX Government XMe Institution X Public Industry
  23. 23. Publishers XX Institution Government XMe X Public Industry
  24. 24. Publishers XXMe Institution Government X X Public Industry
  25. 25. Not all open access is born equalCC-BY Darwin Bell on Flickr
  26. 26. high All rights reservedrestrictions Some rights reserved Non Commercial use Some rights reserved Commercial use Public Domain dedication low
  27. 27. Elsevier SpringerPersonal use/personal teachingCommercialPersonal public website/Preprint server (except under funder’s mandate)RepositoryPublic accessPublic reuseCopyright Journal Authors – Exclusive licence to publishCost May incur page charges, May incur page charges, colour figures, etc* colour figures, etc* * Depends on specific journal
  28. 28. Elsevier Springer PLOSPersonal use/personal teachingCommercialPersonal publicwebsiteRepositoryPublic accessPublic reuseCopyright © Journal CC-BY (authors) CC-BY (authors)Cost $3,000 $3,000 $1,350-2900
  29. 29. How to choose (or not) the right OA When will the article become available to the public? Who owns the copyright of the article?What is the copyright licence being used (gratis vs libre)? What is the actual cost of publication? Where /how is the journal article indexed? Are you planning to do a press release? Are you planning on commercialising your findings?
  30. 30. CC-BY-NC-SA by Lon&Queta on Flickr
  31. 31. CC-BY-NC neilalderney123 on Flickr
  32. 32. Open Access, the carrot M Fabiana KubkeDepartment of Anatomy with Radiology Fabiana Kubke

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