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1 Name of presenter Host Date ACCESS ACRL Scholarly Communications Roadshow: From Understanding to Engagement


3 CreateShare Find and consume Idea is born Research SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

4 IP/legal system publishing industry scholarly societies faculty rewards system (p&t) Internet culture disciplinary practice higher education research industry funders SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION: A SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS

5 PARTICIPANTS researchers authors administrators students editors peer reviewers and… others?

6 formulationregistrationcertificationdisseminationpreservation LIFECYCLE OF SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING

7 FunctionOld SystemNew System FormulationAlone or in laboratory with graduate students and colleagues And… With colleagues all over the web RegistrationJournal submission Book publication Conference presentation Working paper / Technical Report And… Blogs Disciplinary repositories Open notebooks CertificationPublishers through peer review Universities indirectly through promotion and tenure And… Accuracy/good science review (PloS One) Open peer review DisseminationLibraries Publishers – journals and monographs Scholarly societies thru publications & conferences Abstract and Indexing Services And… Blogs Repositories Google and other web search engines Funding agency mandates ArchivingLibrariesAnd… Collaborations like Portico & Hathi Trust Disciplinary and institutional repositories Publishers

8 PRESSURES political/policyeconomicsocialtechnological

9 SOCIAL Márcio Duarte, from The Noun Project (CC-BY 3.0)


11 Internet, by OCHA AVMU, CC-0 Cell Phone Signal, Sagar Shastry, from The Noun Project (CC- BY 3.0) Tablet, Luis Prado from The Noun Project (CC- BY 3.0) TECHNOLOGY

12 TECHNOLOGICAL Octocat by GitHub

13 POLITICAL/POLICY Congress, Jonathan Higley from The Noun Project (CC-BY 3.0)

14 POLITICAL/POLICY 2012 Federal Access to Science & Technology Research Every year, the federal government funds over sixty billion dollars in basic and applied research. Most of this funding is concentrated within 11 departments/agencies (e.g., National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF), and Department of Energy). This research results in a significant number of articles being published each year – approximately 90,000 papers are published annually as result of NIH funding alone. FASTR will make these articles freely available for all potential users to read and ensure that articles can be fully used in the digital environment, enabling the use of new computational analysis tools that promise to revolutionize the research process. 2013 (

15 ECONOMIC Money, Lemon Liu, from The Noun Project (CC-BY 3.0)

16 decreasing budgets rising costs ECONOMIC

17 TYPICAL ECONOMY steelmakers car manufacturers consumers

18 authorpublisherlibrary new knowledge promotion tenure reputation profit supporting organization access to knowledge preservation curriculum research needs

19 society journals university press-owned journals commercial publisher-owned journals

20 $20.3 B revenue in 2009 STM sector $2.4 B Data from Simba Information 2010 publishing industry reports

21 STM sector, 2006 $5.8 billion Data from Outsells 2006 STM market report $10.3 billion ElsevierKluwer HealthSpringer Amer Chem Soc John Wiley Blackwell merged with Wiley 2007 other 1,195 publishers

22 INTERSECTIONS political/policyeconomicsocialtechnological

23 Open access literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. - Peter Suber OPEN ACCESS


25 Has taken time for impact factors and reputation to build Business models still emerging Author-pays model has better traction in the STM community Emerging challenges with predatory practices Rising of an OA publishing trade organization for legitimate OA publishers (OASPA) and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) that lists journals with acceptable publishing practices. OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING


27 ALTMETRICS: Public Library of Science: Article-Level Metrics telling a different side of the story (


29 Understand the potential that new collaborations and partnerships offer for access, advocacy, and sustainability. Cross-silo collaborations Cross- discipline Trans-generational BIG OPPORTUNITIES–BIG RESPONSES peer review

30 Slide 17: Money, Nathan Thomson, from The Noun Project (CC BY 3.0) Slide 18: Article, Sébastien Desbenoit, from The Noun Project (CC BY 3.0) Book icon, Eric Vaughn Miller, from the Noun Project (CC BY 3.0) Money, Nathan Thomson, from The Noun Project (CC BY 3.0) ATTRIBUTION Portions of this work was originally created by Lee Van Ordsel and revised by Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Ada Emmett on June 4, 2013. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. To view a copy of the license see

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