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1 Emerging Research and Educational Opportunities in the Open Access Knowledge Environment Beyond Open Access Leslie Chan University of Toronto Scarborough

2 A South-North Collaboration

3 Usage of publications from developing country research distributed by Bioline International

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8 Why Journals? Registration Authentication and Quality Control Dissemination Reward - Citation Archiving

9 Reputation and Authority Management

10 Open Access is Disruptive Reconfiguring Quality and Reputation Reconfiguring Knowledge Domain and Representation

11 Military Spending 2002

12 Dominant Model of Knowledge Dissemination: From the Centre to Peripheries “lost science” Perpetual the cycle of knowledge poverty and dependence

13 Characteristic JIFScopus/SCI mago F1000 Accuracy 578/9 Comprehen- siveness 680 Objectivity 260 Promptness 339 Simplicity 1078 Transparency 049

14 Lown and Banerjee (2006) The Developing World in The NJM

15 OA is shifting the “centre” of knowledge production Decentralization

16 Open access enable Peer-to-Peer sharing … and new model of Knowledge creation, Sharing, and Dissemination

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18 Some Potential Metrics Citations (C) CiteRank Co-citations Downloads (D) C/D Correlations Hub/Authority index Chronometrics: Latency/Longevity Endogamy/Exogamy Book citation index Research funding Students Prizes h-index G-factor Co-authorships Number of articles Number of publishing years Semiometrics (latent semantic indexing, text overlap, etc.)

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22 Open Access is Generative

23 “ Generatives” and changing markets “ The future is conversational: when there's more good stuff that you know about that's one click away or closer than you will ever click on, it's not enough to know that some book is good. The least substitutable good in the Internet era is the personal relationship. Conversation, not content, is king. “ Cory Doctorow 2006

24 “Revolution doesn’t happen when society adopts new technology. It happnes when society adopts new behaviours”

25 Content producers Users Closed Content Traditional Business Models Capital Research Development Subscription Licensing Pay-per-view $

26 Print is “degenerative”

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28 Content layer Generative layer Open Source Open Access New Business Models Authority Trust Findability Personalization Immediacy Capital Research Development Fragmented and scattered Coherent and structured Overlay services

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37 Dr. P.Balaram, IISc Bangalore India

38 Open Access is Changing What Counts Made Sure YOU are Counted!


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