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1 Support for Open Access in Nottingham Mary RobinsonAlison Johnson & Dinah Northall Centre for Faculty Team Librarians: Research Communications, Science & Engineering 2 nd September 2009

2 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you How to make your publications Open Access University of Nottingham Nottingham Eprints & Etheses OA Publication Fund

3 Open Access : What is it? Open-access (OA) literature is online and free of charge to access

4 Open Access: Why it affects you Benefits: Wider readership, greater availability, increased citations, new contacts & collaborations Funders requirements UK Research Councils Charities & Independent funders Wellcome Trust British Heart Foundation Cancer Research UK International e.g European Research Council

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6 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you *

7 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you * *Peter Subers blog, SHERPAs Authors & Open Access, Houghton report etc.

8 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you * How to make your publications Open Access *Peter Subers blog, SHERPAs Authors & Open Access, Houghton report etc.

9 Open Access: How? OA Journals OA repositories

10 Open Access: How? OA Journals e.g. PLoS, BioMed Central

11 Open Access: How? OA Journals e.g. PLoS, BioMed Central Hybrid Journals – Paid OA route

12 Open Access: How? OA Journals e.g. PLoS, BioMed Central Hybrid Journals – Paid OA route Traditional Journals ??

13 Open Access: How? OA Journals OA repositories

14 Open Access: How? OA repositories Store digital copies of research materials and make them freely available online Must check publishers policy on OA, see

15 Publication and self-archiving Author writes paper Submits to journal Paper refereed Revised by author Author submits final version Published in journal

16 Publication and self-archiving Author writes paper Submits to journal Paper refereed Revised by author Author submits final version Published in journal Repository

17 Publication and self-archiving Author writes paper Submits to journal Paper refereed Revised by author Author submits final version Published in journal Repository Preprint

18 Publication and self-archiving Author writes paper Submits to journal Paper refereed Revised by author Author submits final version Published in journal Repository Preprint Postprint

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22 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you How to make your publications Open Access

23 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you How to make your publications Open Access University of Nottingham Nottingham Eprints & Etheses

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34 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you How to make your publications Open Access University of Nottingham Nottingham Eprints & Etheses

35 Open Access What is it & Why it affects you How to make your publications Open Access University of Nottingham Nottingham Eprints & Etheses OA Publication Fund

36 References Nottingham ePrints Nottingham eTheses SHERPA JULIET (funder policies) SHERPA ROMEO (publisher policies)http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeohttp://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo Hybrid OA options OpenDOAR Directory of OA Journals Additional reading: Peter Subers Blog SHERPA info & advice Houghton Report, and comments

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