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Scholarly Publishing Expertise at the UT Libraries

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Get assistance with grant compliance (public access policies), copyright questions, publication agreements, and rights retention from U of Tennessee's Scholarly Communication & Publishing Librarian.

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Scholarly Publishing Expertise at the UT Libraries

  1. 1. Scholarly Publishing: Expertise at the UT Libraries Rachel Radom Scholarly Communication & Publishing Librarian Spring 2016
  2. 2. What are we talking about? • “Scholarly Communication” • Traditional formats, new formats • Copyright, author rights, publishing practices, article sharing, funders’ public access policies, impact metrics, and…
  3. 3. Librarian expertise means…? • One example: Advising on Public Access Policies • DOD, DOE, NIH, NSF, USDA, Gates Foundation, Sloan Foundation – the list grows
  4. 4. How is publishing changing? • Funders’ Public Access Policies • FASTR in Congress (S.779, H.R.1477) • Open Access (OA) Policies • Institutional: Harvard, MIT, Oregon State, the UC System • Departmental • OA Journals • Preprints (arXiv and ASAPbio)
  5. 5. Self-Determination • Who did the work? Who owns the work? • Who pays to create it? To access it? • Who determines how to share the work?
  6. 6. Does the right to share matter? 1) Last year, UT was sent 5 take down notices 2) NY Southern District Court in 2015: Elsevier v. Sci-Hub 3) #icanhazpdf
  7. 7. Researchers want to share. They often can’t. Our system of scholarly publishing is broken. And, it’s no longer ours. How do we get it back?
  8. 8. Publishing Agreements = Contracts • Recognize that they’re legal documents • Recognize that they’re negotiable (you can change the terms) • Authors have the right to hold onto their rights (librarians can help them with that)
  9. 9. Options Publication Agreement Amendments
  10. 10. How to hold onto your rights? • If you’re aiming for a particular journal, review their standard publication agreement. (Sherpa/RoMEO database) • Rely on a grant policy or a departmental policy. • Ask for a “license to publish” as opposed to a copyright transfer agreement. • Use an addendum. Retain the rights most important to you.
  11. 11. http://libguides.utk.edu/scholarlypublishing/agreements
  12. 12. Best Practices in Publishing • COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) • Open Access • DOAJ (Directory of OA Journals) • OASPA (OA Scholarly Publishers Association)
  13. 13. Support from the Libraries • Open Publishing Support Fund with ORE* • PeerJ, BioMed Central memberships: Reduced fees for OA publishing • Trace (Green/Delayed OA, after an embargo) • DMP Tool (Sample data management plans) • We host new e-journals *ORE and UT’s Humanities Center also offer a book subvention fund
  14. 14. Developments, Not Trends • ORCID Identifier (ORCID search wizards) • Symplectic Elements: Publications Help • Metrics • Alternative Metrics (e.g., Do Tweets matter? Yes!)
  15. 15. Theses & Dissertations • Embargoes • Copyright permissions for tables, figures
  16. 16. OER & Open Textbooks
  17. 17. https://www.lib.utk.edu/scholar/