1. slide1-Open Access: How to Support Researchers Tuesday, March 21, 2017 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET | 12:00 - 1:00 PM PT Sponsored by Dove Press and Library Journal LibraryJournal.com/webcasts
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5. slide5-Presenters Rick Anderson, Associate Dean for Collections & Scholarly Communication, Marriott Library, University of Utah Yvonne Budden, Head of Scholarly Communications, University of Warwick Ashley Farley, Associate Officer - Knowledge and Research Services - Open Access Team, The Gates Foundation
6. slide6-Five Principles of Open Access Advocacy Rick Anderson email@example.com
7. #1 - Know what you mean by "OA"-#1 - Know what you mean by "OA" "Open Access" vs. "Public Access" CC BY only, or CC-whatever? Embargoes? Hybrid publications?
8. #2 - Know the implications of CC-#2 - Know the implications of CC CC BY - anything goes -NC - reuse must be noncommercial -ND - derivative works not allowed -SA - copies/derivatives must be made available under same license terms -0 - places work in the public domain
9. #3 - Help them navigate-#3 - Help them navigate Finding legitimate journals is relatively easy: DOAJ COPE OASPA etc. Catching scammers and predators is somewhat harder Beall's List
10. #4 - Respect authors' needs/perspectives-#4 - Respect authors' needs/perspectives Remember: this is their work Remember: they may have legitimate goals that go beyond dissemination and exposure Be careful about false promises Citation advantage
11. #5 - Don't just educate; be educated-#5 - Don't just educate; be educated Remember: just as there are things about scholcomm that authors don't get (and you do), there are probably things about it that you don't get (and they do) Keep an open mind
12. Thanks!-Thanks! Rick Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
13. slide13-Ashley Farley Associate Office, Knowledge & Research Services
15. THE SCOPE OF OUR WORK-We work with partner organizations around the world to reduce inequity © Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | 28 THE SCOPE OF OUR WORK For the Year ended December 31, 2015. †Amounts in thousands of U.S. dollars. Value of Grants total represents grants only.
16. Why Open Access?-© Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | 30 Why Open Access?
17. slide17-SHARING INFORMATION ACCELERATES OUR IMPACT
18. slide18-© Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | 34 Barrier-free access to foundation-funded research advances innovation and helps create a world where everyone has the opportunity to lead a healthy and productive life. Open access - The ultimate equalizer
19. Gates Foundation Open Access Policy-As of January 1, 2015 our Open Access policy is effective for all new agreements. During a two-year transition period, publishers will be permitted to apply up to a 12 month embargo period on the accessibility of the publication and its underlying data sets. This embargo period will no longer be allowed after January 1, 2017. © Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | 36 Gates Foundation Open Access Policy
20. slide20-© Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | 38
21. slide21-Chronos will deliver a seamless experience for grantees to find compliant journals and will enable the central payment of open access fees. This is the first time the foundation will be able to comprehensively track our research outputs. Chronos-oa.com for more info © Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | 40
22. The Future of Science is Open-Where is Open Access headed from here The Future of Science is Open Open Research Funders Group http://www.orfg.org/ - aligning open access initiatives and policies with other funding agencies. Measuring Impact - partnering with Altmetric to analyze the impact of our research & its openness - starting with 2014 research outputs Open Research - Gates Open Research Open Data ? Open Science
23. Continuing the conversation.-Email: Ashley.Farley@gatesfoundation.org Twitter handle: @ashleydfarley Gates Foundation Policy page: Openaccess.gatesfoundation.org Join the OA conversation tonight for #critlib http://critlib.org/ on Twitter Where you can find more information or ask me anything! Continuing the conversation.
24. slide24-Supporting Open Access A UK Viewpoint Yvonne Budden, Head of Scholarly Communications, Library 21 March 2016 Image based on Stairs' © John Loo (https://flic.kr/p/6BZwZW) released under a CC-BY 2.0 license
25. slide25-The UK Landscape and Open Access Policies Warwick Support for Open Access Green Route Gold Route Open Access Publishing Open Access - Beyond Publications Presentation outline
27. slide27-Founded 1965 Currently boasts (2014/15 figures): 993 FTE academic staff and 671 FTE research active staff ~ 2,000 Postgraduate research students Global Research Priorities, DTCs, Institute of Advanced Study In the 2014/15 year Research grants and contracts = £100.8 million HEFCE grant for research = £34.2 million The Warwick Context
28. slide28-Research funders and institutions now mandating open access Policies in place for most major funders Open Access Policies
30. slide30-Just not that simple.. Some funders prefer one route or the other Some embargoes are too long May need to use both routes to meet funder requirements!!
31. slide31-Support both the Gold' and Green' routes WRAP launched in 2008 Publications service launched in 2011 RCUK block grant awarded from 2013 to support gold': 2015/16 = £473,633 = $579,410 2016/17 = £495,180 = $605,788 University of Warwick Open Access policy launched 1 April 2013 Open Access at Warwick
32. slide32-WRAP Team Information, training and advice on the use of WRAP and deposit of materials Information on OA, publisher and funder policies Copyright checking and assurance for authors about publisher policies Provision of personalised support through WRAP@mydesk sessions Open Access at Warwick
33. slide33-Also known as post-print or author's accepted manuscript Version after all peer review changes but before any publishers copyediting But is it this easy? The Accepted version conundrum
34. slide34-Scholarly Communications Manager and Open Access Officer Information on OA, publisher and funder policies Departmental visits and tailored OA events and training Management and advice on RCUK and COAF ( new fund) block grants Liaison with Publishers and Finance contacts to manage and oversee grant Open Access at Warwick
36. slide36-© Lara Jane Townsend - http://larajaneiscreatingclevercraft.com
37. slide37-Management of the open access block grants has taken considerable manpower Mixture of publisher processes will mean more complexity as well. Additional processes for researchers! How much is too much? Cost Information Chasing It's all about the money.
38. slide38-Compliance Vs Benefits
42. slide42-Promote the use of OA materials in teaching OA resources are listed in our catalogue Direct support for OA initiatives Link OA promotion to other work: REF preparations PhD Supervisors Training The Cat's Eye View'
43. slide43-OA beyond publications Openness is no longer just about publications The idea of the open practitioner' is becoming more and more important Covering responsible, intelligent' openness to research data, code, methodologies and more
44. slide44-Yvonne Budden Head of Scholarly Communications Chair, UK Council for Research Repositories (UKCoRR) email@example.com +44 2476 151275 Any Questions.?
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