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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 % 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- $99 ea
OA Journal Hosting
Open Access Books
OA Memorial $ 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?
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