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OPEN ACCESS Polish P rojects Bożena Bednarek-Michalska Nicolaus Copernicus University Library
Poland - chronology First open journals – 1997 (PAN, EBIB) First Open Digital Libraries – 2002 (Poznań, Toruń) Open Access Promotion – 2005 (EBIB, ICM)EBIB, Start of OA EBIB Service – 2005 First Open Subject Repository – 2005 (Ecnis) Seminars (eIFL Open Access Workshop, Poznań 2006) and OA Conferences Toruń 2007, 2010 First open e-learning platform OpenAGH – 2009 First open access policies – 2009 (UAM, AGH)
Open Access Journals Acta Palaeontologica Polonica Acta Palaeontologica Polonica Publisher: Polish Academy of Sciences Start: 1997 (digitalized archival volumes since 1956) Electronic Journal of Polish Agricultural Universities Electronic Journal of Polish Agricultural Universities Publisher: Polish agricultural universities Start: 1998 Oceanologia Oceanologia Publisher: Polish Academy of Sciences Start: 1998 BulletinBulletin EBIB Publisher: Polish Librarians Association Start: 1999EBIB DOAJ lists 78 of Polish journals (but not all are really open, some of them show only abstracts)
Polish Digital Libraries The number of network libraries is currently – 56 (map) – number of digital objects ; from 2009 in Europeana, most of them open. This year we introduce public domain in DC bibliographic descriptions.(map)
I nterdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling - Warsaw University Realizations: Yadda repository Open the Book Scientific Virtual Library ICM UW promote OA in academic society. Its work concentrates on the infrastructure of open science, scientific content, databases from different fields of knowledge and legal instruments for openness in science. ICM UW is involved - as the leading institution or partner - in the following projects related to open science : Communia, Driver, COAR, CC Poland and KOED.
EBIB and open access Publishes an open access journal EBIB Bulletin (since 2000 in DOAJ on the CC BY License) Creates open access service for Polish librarianspen access service for Polish librarians Collaborates with the projects: E-LIS i eIFL Organizes international OA conferences in Toruń
Creative Commons Poland Initiated in 2005, since 2007 operates within ICM UW. It promotes openess in Poland and encourages the use of CC licenses objects are now available in Polish digital libraries under CC.
PCSS projects Created Polish software for digital libraries – dLibra Established Digital Libraries Federation – the network of archives working on OAI-PMH Protocol Signed the Berlin Declaration in 2009 Adopted the policy of OA (ROARMAP) in 2009ROARMAP Set up an open repository of IBB PAN Participates in many digital projects: IMPACT, Europeana, Enrich, Dart- Europe, Starts the National Data Storage (conservation and preservation of digital objects)National Data Storage
A. Mickiewicz University from Poznań Poznan University Library has created the first Polish institutional repository named Amur - based on the DSpace software. They collect doctoral theses.
Open AGH Open AGH - Open Educational Resources is a repository of e-learning courses created by the University of Science and Technology in Krakow, developed by staff and students of the Academy. It works with e-Learning Centre of AGH. Founded in 2009.
Polish Academy of Science (PAS) initiatives Ten wzornik pochodzi ze stron Presentation Magazine jest dystrybuowany za darmo PAS has many of its open journals registered in DOAJ since 1997 Organizes open access seminars since 2009 The journals "Science" and "Academy" open their texts with one issue delay
Open access publishers in Poland TERMEDIA – publishes 27 titles of medical journals and give open access to the electronic version of articles from current issues, and has rich archival resources (after registration) ViaMedica – publishes 37 scientific journals, many of them in open form, paper form is sold.
Open access publishers in Poland VERSITA VERSITA – the provider of software and services for the universities. Publishes electronically 137 scientific journals from Eastern Europe. Many of them have OA form - it depends on the decision of the journal owners and the type of contract signed with Versita.
Open Education Coalition Open Education Coalition is a group of non-profit organizations and institutions working in the field of education, science and culture. The aim is the promotion of open educational resources, initiating projects and legal changes in Poland.
KOED - projects Wikipedia Wikisources Wikidictionary OA service EBIB Bulletin – OA journal OA conferences Free Handbooks MamTV E-lessons Open Science Open the Book CC Poland Ten wzornik pochodzi ze stron Presentation Magazine jest dystrybuowany za darmo
Thank you for your attention Bożena Bednarek-Michalska Nicolaus Copernicus University Library, Toruń Poland