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Open Access @ The University of Florida: the IR@UF and the UF Open Access Publishing Fund
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Title: Open Access @ The University of Florida: the IR@UF and the UF Open Access Publishing Fund
Physical Description: Slide presentation
Creator: Silver, Isabel, PhD ( Author, Primary )
Publication Date: December 10, 2010
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Abstract: Presentation to define scholarly communications and open access, and survey the differences between OA and conventional publishing models, discuss the concept of ”public access” to research, present international & national open access statements and mandates, and showcase UF Initiatives, such as the Institutional Repository @ UF and the UF Open Access Publishing Fund.
Acquisition: Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Isabel Silver.
Publication Status: Unpublished
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Source Institution: University of Florida Institutional Repository
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the submitter.
System ID: IR00000400:00001

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Main Points
* Open-access in brief
* National and international trends
and mandates at peer institutions
* Local Initiatives
* Questions/Discussion


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Open Access Defined

* Open-access (OA) literature is
-free of charge to readers
-free of most copyright and licensing
restrictions
-digital and online
* Peter Suber, Focusing on open access
http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/overview.htm



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Why OA is so Important to
Researchers

Available online:


* Faster + timely visibility +


findability ->
citation rates


increased


wider readership + higher


* Barriers


to access


negatively impact


research
* Overall IMPACT


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The Public's Need for OA

* Concept of "public access": taxpayers, federal
agencies, and universities pay twice for funded
research

* Increases the public's ROI in research

* Open access reduces barriers and can foster
collaboration and research advances.

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National and Global
Mandates
* 2008 NIH mandate
* 2009 Federal Research Public Access Act
(FRPAA)
* UNESCO: for the benefit of global
knowledge flow, innovation and socio-
economic development
* EU's OpenAire

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Strategies Toward
Open Access @ UF

* Promotion of the UF institutional


repository: the


IR@UF:


www. ufl i b. ufl .ed u/ufi r


* Establishment of an


OA


publishing


fund: UFOAP


* Creation of


a faculty-driven university-


wide OA policy


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The IR@UF-12 Million!
*Journal articles
* Conference papers and proceedings
* Monographs and monograph series
* Technical reports
* Theses and dissertations
* White papers
* UF Journals and Other Publications
* Grant proposals
* University archives materials

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Why Scholars Participate
in the IR@UF?

*A faculty resource

*To share research through:
*A permanent archive with stable links
* An OA repository compliant with
digital library standards

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Why UF Supports the
IR@UF?
A PORTAL TO UF RESEARCH
CREATIVITY

*Institutional memory


* Public advancement:


a showcase


* Institutional advancement


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The UF Open Acces
Publishing Fund

supports making UF research findings
immediately, freely and globally available
through Open Access publishing.




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Eligible Authors

* UF faculty, staff and student
authors and co-authors, including
post-doctoral researchers

Eligible Articles


* Peer-reviewed research
and hybrid journals
* Listed in the Directory of
Journals: www.doai.ora


articles in OA

Open Access


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UF Recipients

Dr. Graciela Lorca, Assistant Professor,


Dept. of Microbiology and Cell


Science


Daniel Spade, Student in Physiological
Sciences


Max Teplitski,


Associate


Professor, Soil and


Water


Science


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For more information, contact:


Judy Russell
Dean of University
icrussell(&Iufl.edu


Libraries
273-2505


Isabel Silver
Director, Academic and Scholarly Outreach
isilver(5ufl.edu 273-2524

Visit our website: http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/


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Questions


and


Discussion


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