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Publishing for the 21st Century: Open Access for Greater Impact
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Title: Publishing for the 21st Century: Open Access for Greater Impact
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Creator: Silver, Isabel
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Abstract: A slide presentation introducing the Open Access Week 2010 program and reviewing the progress in open access publishing.
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Publishing for the 21 st Century: Open Access for Greater Impact Open Access Week 2010 October 20, 2010

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October 20th Program Publishing for the 21st Century: OA for Greater Impact

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October 20th Program

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9:30am to 4:30pm Levin College of Law, 345 Holland Hall Statement: Best Practices for Open Access Webcast, hosted on campus. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Outler at outler@law.ufl.edu.

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New Models of Scholarly Communication Faculty driven Reaction to the restricted flow of information Open science, open data, blogs, open access Reaction to traditional models of control Technology enables new interactions Collaboration Free flow of information Supports distributed scholarship

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Open Access Defined Open access (OA) literature is digital online free of charge to readers free of most copyright and licensing restrictions and requires the consent of, or attribution to, the author or copyright holder 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 Research is published faster It is 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 science

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Global and National Initiatives UNESCO: for the benefit of global knowledge flow, innovation and socio economic development 2008 NIH mandate 2009 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 Need for Open Access 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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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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We invite you to participate in the the Institutional Repository and Open Access Publishing Fund Judy Russell Dean of University Libraries jcrussell@ufl.edu 273 2505 Isabel Silver Director, Academic and Scholarly Outreach isilver@ufl.edu 273 2524 Visit our website: http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/

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Keynote Speaker: Dr. Mark McLellan