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Publishing Trends: Open Access @ the University of Florida
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Title: Publishing Trends: Open Access @ the University of Florida
Physical Description: Slide presentation
Creator: Silver, Isabel, PhD ( Author, Primary )
Publication Date: October 21, 2010
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Abstract: To provide an introduction to scholarly communications and open access, and distinguish between Open Access (OA) and conventional publishing models, including the concept of ”public access” to publicly-supported research, international & national statements and mandates, and local UF Initiatives, such as the Institutional Repository @ UF and the UF Open Access Publishing Fund, future policy initiatives and activities.
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Publication Status: Unpublished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
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System ID: IR00000401:00001

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Scholarly Communications

* Sharing research, knowledge, and
creative productivity
* Publishing
* Issues: author's rights, economics of
scholarly resources, new models--open
access, institutional repositories, rights
and access, preservation of intellectual
assets
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Objectives
* To define open access
* To learn differences between OA and
conventional publishing models


* To understand


:"public access"


* To be aware of international & national
statements and mandates


* To be able to explain local UF
- Institutional Repository @ UF, U


Initiatives


IF Open Access


Publishing Fund, and policy
- Open Access Week 2009 & 2010


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Open Access Defined


* OA


literature is


-free of


charge to readers


-Unrestricted
* free of most copyright and licensing restrictions


* and


requires the consent of, or attribution to,


the author or copyright-holder
-Digital
-Online


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Why OA is so Important to

Researchers
* Research is published faster and freely available
online
* Gives research timely visibility, wider readership,
higher citation rates, and greater overall impact.
* Barriers to access are having a significant negative
impact on research
* Timely, open, online access to the results of
federally-funded research in the US will significantly
increase the return on the public's investment in
science
* IMPACT
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Global and National

Initiatives


* 3 basic statements:


Budapest (02),


Bethesda


(03), &


Berlin


* UNESCO:


for the benefit of global knowledge flow,


innovation and socio-economic development


* 2008
* 2009


NIH mandate
introduction of Federal Research Public


Access Act (FRPAA)


Other funding agencies also:


Wellcome Trust and


Canadian Institutes of Health Research


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OA in Peer Institutions
* Many research universities have Open
Access policies, encouraging or
mandating faculty to submit peer-
reviewed articles to Institutional
Repositories.

* Some top-tiered Universities have OA
publishing funds

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The Imperative for Open
Access
* Concept of "public access": taxpayers,
federal agencies, and universities pay
twice for funded research
* High costs of journals are now
unsustainable
* Barriers to access are having a
negative impact on research

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Open Access:


2 Primary


ways to Participate

* Self-archiving in a repository
green OA


* Publishing


n an open


access


journal or monograph - gold
OA


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Steps Toward
Open Access @ UF
* Promotion of the UF institutional
repository

* Establishment an OA publishing fund

* Creation of a faculty-driven university-
wide OA policy
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The Institutional Repository


at UF


(IR@UF):


The gateway to UF's research
and scholarly output

www.uflib.ufl.edu/ufir


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The IR@UF at 1 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?

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


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The Instituional Repository at the Universny of Florida is the digital archive for the
intellectual output of the University of Florida community, and includes research, news,
outreach, and educational materials
S1.f . Submit your research (FAQ and video of the process)

The Universiy of Flonda Libtaries established and supports the IR@UF in order to offer a central
location for the collection, preservation, and dissemination of scholarly, research, and creatlre
production alongside histoncal matenals from the Unjersity of Florida The histoncal materials
provide context for research and researchers, enabling insight into the history, nature, and
culture of the University The IR@UF includes the following open access materials from UF
authors and UF colleges
Journal Aticles
* Conference Papers and Proceedings
SMonographs and Monograph Series
STechnical Reports
Theses and Dissertations
SWhie Papers
SJournals and Other Publications of UF Colleges
* Giant Proposals
SMaterials rom the Universdy Arches, such as graduation programs and the Unniersity Record
The IR@UF encourages and Unwersiy units to contribute their open access research, reports, and other materials to the IR@UF
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Publishing in an OA Journal

* OAjournals are different:
*free of charge to readers,
*unrestricted and
*online
* different funding model
* quality control
*commercial publishers respond with
hybrid journals
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The UF Open Acces
Publishing Fund

The Open Access Publishing Funu
supports making UF research findings
immediately, freely and globally
available through Open Access
publishing


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Pilot Project

* Began July 1, 2010

* Lasts 18-24 months

* $120,000 provided by Provost

* Does not replace grant or other funding
for 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 articles in
Open Access and hybrid journals

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Funding Levels

* Maximum of $3,000 per author per
academic year
* Up to $3,000 per article to cover fees
for publishing in open access journals
* Up to $1,500 per article to cover fees
for open access publishing in paid
access (hybrid) journals

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Eligible Publications

* Open Access Journals and Paid
Access (Hybrid) Journals listed in
the Directory of Open Access Journals
and/or compliant with the Open Access
Scholarly Publishers Association's
Code of Conduct

www.doai.org

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Application Process

* The application form is on the OA website
with the policies and procedures at
www.uflib.ufl.edu/oa.


* Submit the completed application
form and publisher invoice to the
Libraries for payment.

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You are invited to:

*Participate in the IR@UF and the
Open Access Publishing Fund

*Attend the Open Access Week 2010
program: Wednesday, Oct. 20th, 1:00 -
- 4:30 p.m.



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Managing Your Copyright

*Copyright is?

*Managing your copyright

*Negotiate!


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Summary

*What is open access?
*What are Open Access Journals?
*What is the difference between open
access publishing and conventional
publishing?
*What are two ways to participate in
OA on campus?


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Open Access Project
*Create a multimedia presentation on
OA from the student perspective (up
to 2 min) OR
*Write an 8 - 10 page paper on the
history of OA from 3 perspectives:
*Publishers
*Librarians,
*Researchers
*Deposit this in the IR@UF
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S* Questions?

Dr. Isabel Silver
Academic and
Scholarly
Outreach
isilver(&ufl.edu
A273-2524





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