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Open Access (OA) publishing is 

in a state of flux
Open Access (OA) publishing is 

in a state of flux
a hot mess
Summary Points
• We need a business model that recognizes the true costs
involved in the creation, dissemination, and pres...
Knowledge Made Public
The Open Access Network is a non-profit organization
leading a collective, inclusive, and global effo...
http://knconsultants.org/toward-a-sustainable-approach-to-open-access-publishing-and-archiving/
Our Assumptions
•  Researchers and scholars prefer to publish in venues most relevant to
them and their peers, often those...
Our Proposal
We ask for an
annual institutional/
library payment.
We encourage
partnerships between
libraries, scholarly
s...
Sustainable Annual Payment
Institutional Type-Based Formula
minus
Support for Other OA Initiatives
Distribution of Funds
Annual payment goes toward
institutional priorities:
• Geographic/regional
• Subject discipline
• La...
Journals
Cultural Anthropology publishes articles
that represent anthropological research,
critical analysis, and academic...
Monographs
Profound political, economic, environmental, and
technological changes now underway are shaping the
prospects f...
Additional Funding Streams
• Open Access Network
- Organizational and individual donations
- Foundation and corporate part...
Value Proposition
•  Institutions, libraries, consortia:
•  Advance research and scholarship
•  Lower the cost of educatio...
Addressing Free Riders
• Tying institution and/or library rankings to measurable support
(e.g., funding) for open access i...
Key Points
• Our plan is incremental, employing traditional roles in
evolving ways — we are not profit-driven so we can tak...
Phased Approach
Launch phase demonstrate broad support for collective approach
through membership program and test assumpt...
Knowledge Made Public
Merci.
@OA_Network
Lisa Norberg, Principal
K|N Consultants
New York, NY
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Presentation by Lisa Norberg from K|N Consultant, during the seminar New Models of Knowledge Dissemination and Open Access in Canada, organised the 17/11/2015 by Érudit and CRKN.

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Open Access Network Presentation

  1. 1. Open Access (OA) publishing is 
 in a state of flux
  2. 2. Open Access (OA) publishing is 
 in a state of flux a hot mess
  3. 3. Summary Points • We need a business model that recognizes the true costs involved in the creation, dissemination, and preservation of the scholarly record. •  We need a business model that supports the interests of all stakeholders including scholars, societies, presses, and our publics. • We need a business model that is scalable and sustainable and responsive to traditional as well as new and evolving modes of scholarly communication.
  4. 4. Knowledge Made Public The Open Access Network is a non-profit organization leading a collective, inclusive, and global effort to develop a scalable and sustainable solution to scholarly communication in the humanities and social sciences.
  5. 5. http://knconsultants.org/toward-a-sustainable-approach-to-open-access-publishing-and-archiving/
  6. 6. Our Assumptions •  Researchers and scholars prefer to publish in venues most relevant to them and their peers, often those associated with learned and scholarly societies and presses. •  Sharing and preserving the products of research and scholarship is the responsibility of every academic and research institution and library. •  Current models of OA publishing based on cost-per-unit approaches are not easily adapted to new forms of scholarly communication, thus not scalable or sustainable. •  Research is global but support for research is local.
  7. 7. Our Proposal We ask for an annual institutional/ library payment. We encourage partnerships between libraries, scholarly societies, university presses, and others. These mission-driven alliances develop infrastructure and best practices needed to support an open and dynamic scholarly information ecosystem.
  8. 8. Sustainable Annual Payment Institutional Type-Based Formula minus Support for Other OA Initiatives
  9. 9. Distribution of Funds Annual payment goes toward institutional priorities: • Geographic/regional • Subject discipline • Language (French, Spanish, Chinese, Slavic) • Format type (OERs, journals, monographs, platforms) $ 1,500,000 Thank you! Philosophy
  10. 10. Journals Cultural Anthropology publishes articles that represent anthropological research, critical analysis, and academic writing of the very highest order. Read more… Partners: Table of Expenses Editorial | Hosting/Access | Preservation | Infrastructure | Growth List of Contributing Supporters/Subscribers Institutions | Libraries | Consortia | Individuals | Foundations 90% $ Cultural Anthropology support
  11. 11. Monographs Profound political, economic, environmental, and technological changes now underway are shaping the prospects for peace and human well-being in the coming decades. Read more… Partners: Table of Expenses Editorial | Hosting/Access | Preservation | Infrastructure | Growth List of Contributing Supporters/Subscribers Institutions | Libraries | Consortia | Individuals | Foundations 30% $ American Academy Studies in Global Security support
  12. 12. Additional Funding Streams • Open Access Network - Organizational and individual donations - Foundation and corporate partners and sponsors •  Societies and Publishers - Innovative research services - Print on demand
  13. 13. Value Proposition •  Institutions, libraries, consortia: •  Advance research and scholarship •  Lower the cost of education •  Support lifelong learning •  Scholarly societies, university presses: • Stable revenue source •  Maintain quality •  Support innovation •  Individuals, foundations, corporations: •  Access research and scholarship •  Fuel economy •  Support education
  14. 14. Addressing Free Riders • Tying institution and/or library rankings to measurable support (e.g., funding) for open access incentivizes institutions/libraries to contribute • Governmental grant-funding agencies and foundation policies provide carrots and sticks • Institutional support demonstrates mission alignment • Opportunity for anyone to give enables psychology of “doing good”
  15. 15. Key Points • Our plan is incremental, employing traditional roles in evolving ways — we are not profit-driven so we can take the long view. • Our aim is to fund the entire scholarly communications infrastructure — from creation to preservation — including all of the elements that make up the scholarly record. • The Open Access Network is complementary, not competitive with other OA models.
  16. 16. Phased Approach Launch phase demonstrate broad support for collective approach through membership program and test assumptions Phase 1 demonstrate proof of concept by converting some humanities and social science (HSS) publications to OA and by providing sustainable funding to some born-digital projects Phase 2 expand practical implementation of our model to demonstrate it can operate at scale Phase 3 (full implementation phase) expand funding and broaden application and review process for proposals to include all comers, from any discipline and from any publisher
  17. 17. Knowledge Made Public Merci. @OA_Network Lisa Norberg, Principal K|N Consultants New York, NY

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