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Moving from 'Pay to Read' to 'Pay to Write': Supporting Gold Open Access LISA GODDARD, MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY GILLIAN BYRNE, CAUL-CBUA OCT. 22, 2013
Speakers Gold OA & Libraries Growth of Gold OA Business Models Library Supports Gold OA & Consortia CAUL-CBUA Context Consortial Examples Discussion Lisa Goddard Gillian Byrne
OA Mandates - US
OA Mandates - UK
Tri-Council OA Mandate (pending)
Terms: Green vs. Gold OA Journals Immediate global access to content May have Author Processing Charge (APC) OA Repositories Subscription journals Author self-archiving May have embargo
Gold OA Business Models
Gold OA Journal Growth Approximately 10 - 12% of academic journals are Gold OA. - Laakso & Bjork, 2012
Author Processing Charges - Laakso and Björk (2012)
No Fee Gold Journals
OA Growth by Publisher Type
Gold OA w/ APC
Author Processing Charges Avg APC in 2010 = $905 Range = $8 - $3900 Higher: commercial publisher, high impact factor, biomedicine Lower: scholarly societies, developing countries, SSH - Solomon & Bjork, 2012
OA Mega Journals
All You Can Publish
Low Fee SSH Journal
Gold Hybrid Models
No APCs for Subscribers
Library Support for Gold OA
OA Funds in Canada U Calgary U Toronto Queens SFU Concordia Brock U Manitoba Ottawa U Ryerson U Victoria York Memorial U Sask
Author Processing Charges Avoids problem of bundles One time cost Broader access = higher value Costs linked to institutional output
OA Memberships $3000/yr unlimited publishing No discount, but direct quarterly invoicing. 10% discount & direct invoicing. $5000 pre-pay 10 article pre- pay @ $99 ea
OA Journal Hosting
Open Access Books
OA Fund @ Memorial $75 000 in FY 2013/14 Faculty and graduate students ($3000/yr) Max $3000 per article Gold OA only (no hybrid) Publisher invoices library directly
Consortial Support for Gold OA
CAUL-CBUA Context: OJS E-Journal Publishing Support in CAUL-CBUA Libraries
CAUL-CBUA Context: Authors Funds Authors Funds (APCs) in CAUL-CBUA Libraries
CAUL-CBUA Context: Canadian Comparison
Consortial Support for Gold OA - OJS
Consortial Support – Authors Funds
Consortial Support – Memberships
Take Home Question What can (should) CAUL-CBUA be doing to support Gold Open Access within member libraries? Centralized OJS? Authors Funds/APC Support? Investigate consortial memberships (PeerJ, etc.)? Education/member awareness? Other?
Thanks. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com http://research.library.mun.ca/2423/
Partnering with Faculty / researchers to Enhance Scholarly Communication Caroline Mutwiri.
SCOAP 3 Forum ACRL Seattle Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics Salvatore Mele CERN European Organization for Nuclear.
Nancy Pontika, PhD Open Access Adviser Repositories Support Project (RSP) Center for Research Communications (CRC) University of Nottingham
College of S&E: Library Committee Special meeting on Open Access Theo Andrew Open Access Implementation Manager Stuart Lewis Deputy Director Library &
TRLN Annual Meeting July 13, Elsevier boycott RWA FRPAA and White House initiative Gold versus Green Publish contracts The Finch Report (UK)
Open Access Publishing Public Peer-Review Two-Stage Publication Process Worldwide Archiving + Indexing.
Open Access in the UK Developments since the Finch Report Michael Jubb Research Information Network 5th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing.
RCUK Policy on Open Access Where have we got to? U·H·M·L·G, February 2014 Mark Thorley RCUK Research Outputs Network
Learning Services. edgehill.ac.uk/ls Zoe Clarke and Yvonne Smith The Digital Researcher: Trends in Open Access Publishing.
The What’s, How’s and Why’s of ‘Open Access’. $22, Open Access $14, $12, Some sample 2008 journal prices…
CHLA, Ottawa, May 2007 Presented by: Cameron Macdonald, Director, NRC Research Press.
Mark Toole 25 March “the principle that the results of research that has been publicly funded should be freely accessible in the open domain is.
Professor Andrew J Deeks PVC (Science) Durham University.
Trends in Questionable Journal Publishing: A Year in Review Lise Brin & Lisa Goddard Atlantic Provinces Library Association June 5, Moncton, NB.
Open Access, Research Funders and the REF Open Access Team, Library.
The Finch Report and RCUK policies Michael Jubb Research Information Network 5 th Couperin Open Access Meeting 24 January 2013.
Receive $1500 for Publishing Your Next Article VT’s OPEN ACCESS SUBVENTION FUND Gail McMillan Director, Scholarly CommunicationScholarly Communication.
1 Open Access at Wiley November What Libraries Care About In an open access world Fee management Reporting Funder compliance Archiving Not paying.
& WILEY. Simba OA Journal Publishing
What do we mean by Open Access? Open Access articles are: Universally accessible via the Internet, without subscription barriers Licensed so as to allow.
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