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1 The Changing World of Journal Publications AIBS Council Meeting David Crotty Senior Editor, Oxford University Press December 5, 2012

2 Online Behavior Evolves Referrers Visits Google = 68,838,122 PubMed = 7,611,989 Google Translate = 797,088 Search.com = 486,305 Bing = 414,668 Wikipedia = 319,951 Yahoo = 318,039 HighWire = 288,966 Ask Jeeves = 224,204 Facebook = 201,996

3 Online Behavior Evolves Entry Pages

4 Online Behavior Evolves Restoring Serendipity

5 Mobile

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7 Altmetrics Moving Beyond the Impact Factor

8 Social Media Filtering Information Overload

9 Open Access Extraordinary Growth

10 Open Access Despite growth in OA journals, articles, submission levels to subscription journals continue to grow Hybrid OA uptake continues to decline Studies consistently rank OA at the bottom for author priority Compliance with OA policies remains low A Low Priority for Most Researchers

11 Open Access Public and Private Funding Agencies see OA as beneficial— more bang for their buck Introducing OA Mandate Policies Introducing Enforcement Policies Moving from the Carrot to the Stick

12 Finch Report Implementation OA journals (including hybrid) should be the main method of publication of research, especially publicly funded research OA should be funded through APCs More effective and flexible funding arrangements for OA Minimize restrictions on use and re-use Summary of Findings

13 Open Access RCUK—April 1, 2013 Funded articles must be compliant with RCUK OA policy –Option 1: Immediately available, APC paid, immediate deposit in repositories, CC-BY –Option 2: Deposit of accepted manuscripts in repositories, 6 month embargo, no APC paid, CC-BY-NC Wellcome Trust Expects authors to make their results freely available –PMC/UKPMC deposit within 6 months –Will pay APC’s –CC-BY required beginning April, 2013 –Funding withheld from authors found not in compliance New Funder Policies

14 Open Access NIH –Since 2008, NIH-funded papers must be deposited in PMC with a 12 month embargo –New enforcement policy (April 2013) will prevent continuation of funding for any non-compliant authors Other US Government Funding Agencies America COMPETES Act requires OSTP set policy –??????? New Funder Policies

15 Open Access Money Embargos Licensing Terms Unresolved Matters

16 Open Access Broadening access to the research literature is a good thing Adversarial nature of the discussion is counterproductive Our job is to figure out how to make it work A new shared understanding needs to develop of the interlocking roles of the various parties: researchers, policy-makers, funders, university managers, librarians, publishers and other intermediaries…The future development of an effective research communications system is too important to leave to chance. Finch Report The Bottom Line

17 Thanks! David Crotty Senior Editor, Oxford University Press


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