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Scholarly Communications Through Open Access: Graduate Student Orientation 2012
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Title: Scholarly Communications Through Open Access: Graduate Student Orientation 2012
Physical Description: Slide Show for UF orientation
Creator: Silver, Isabel
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Abstract: A brief presentation for new Graduate Students to inform them of the trends in scholarly communications, the open access movement, and support for open access from the George A. Smathers Libraries.
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Publication Status: Unpublished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
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Scholarly Communications Through Open AccessGraduate Student Orientation 2012Presented byIsabel Silver, Academic and Scholarly Outreach George A. SmathersLibraries

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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 assetsScholarly Communications

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Science drivenResearcher drivenReaction to the restricted flow of information and controlTechnology enables new interactionsCollaborationFree flow of informationSupports distributed scholarshipNew Models of Scholarly Communication

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Open notebookOpen sourceOpen contentOpen educationOpen dataOpen repositoriesOpen booksOpen peer reviewOpen scienceOpen knowledgeOpen Access Movement

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Key Elements Free Unrestricted Digital Online Two “colors” of OA publishing What is Open Access?FLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library IssueGREEN Repositories GOLD OA Journals

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The IR@UF OA Journal Publishing UF Open Access Publishing Fund Two ways to participate in OA publishing at UFFLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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Why is Open Access Important?• Sustainability • Research impact • Public access benefits and rights FLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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International declarations Institutional/university policies Open access publishing funds and grant support & mandates National and legislative efforts Faculty, researchers, students and teachers The public and public accessSee SPARC: http://www.arl.org/sparc/Support for the Open Access MovementFLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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Growth of the OA Movement • OA journals • Repositories • Consortia

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George A. SmathersLibraries The Scholarly Communications Librarian, Ms. Christine Fruin The IR@UF The UF Open Access Publishing Fund Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ Registry of Open Access Repositories ROAR Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition – SPARC ResourcesFLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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Questions and DiscussionIsabel Silver isilver@ufl.edu



PAGE 1

Scholarly Communications Through Open AccessGraduate Student Orientation 2012Presented byIsabel Silver, Academic and Scholarly Outreach George A. SmathersLibraries

PAGE 2

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 assetsScholarly Communications

PAGE 3

Science drivenResearcher drivenReaction to the restricted flow of information and controlTechnology enables new interactionsCollaborationFree flow of informationSupports distributed scholarshipNew Models of Scholarly Communication

PAGE 4

Open notebookOpen sourceOpen contentOpen educationOpen dataOpen repositoriesOpen booksOpen peer reviewOpen scienceOpen knowledgeOpen Access Movement

PAGE 5

Key Elements Free Unrestricted Digital Online Two “colors” of OA publishing What is Open Access?FLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library IssueGREEN Repositories GOLD OA Journals

PAGE 6

The IR@UF OA Journal Publishing UF Open Access Publishing Fund Two ways to participate in OA publishing at UFFLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

PAGE 7

Why is Open Access Important?• Sustainability • Research impact • Public access benefits and rights FLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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International declarations Institutional/university policies Open access publishing funds and grant support & mandates National and legislative efforts Faculty, researchers, students and teachers The public and public accessSee SPARC: http://www.arl.org/sparc/Support for the Open Access MovementFLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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Growth of the OA Movement • OA journals • Repositories • Consortia

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George A. SmathersLibraries The Scholarly Communications Librarian, Ms. Christine Fruin The IR@UF The UF Open Access Publishing Fund Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ Registry of Open Access Repositories ROAR Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition – SPARC ResourcesFLA2012 Opening Up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue

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Questions and DiscussionIsabel Silver isilver@ufl.edu