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 Choice of publisher / journal titlep jis important Discipline-specific? Discipline specific? Impact (WOS)L l / i i l ...
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Functions of scientific publicationSource: Herbert Van de Sompel, “Open Archives voor onderzoek”Gent 22 Oct 2002Gent, 22 O...
Journal Combines these functions But classical system toll access =>barriers => poor accessbarriers => poor accessOpen A...
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Open Access: why? Speed up and enhance the accessibilityof an articleof an article Enhance its visibilityh ld d Enhance...
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GreenGreenRoadRoadOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
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OA mandate UGent Immediate deposit / optional OpenAccess Of author’s final, peer-reviewed version(publisher version is a...
But also QUTQ Wellcome TrustNHS NHS EC FP7 Open Access pilotp pH i 2020 … Horizon2020Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerbur...
OA Pilot in FP7 7 areas (>1300 projects to date)20% f t t l FP7 b d t (2007 2013) 20% of total FP7 budget (2007-2013) O...
OA Mandate in Horizon 2020 No longer a pilot : OA becomes anobligationobligation All scientific areas Peer-reviewed pub...
 Infrastructure to implement EC’s OApolicypolicy Visibility Access Tools & services Linking research output to projec...
Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
OpenAIREOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
Some big subject repositories PMC Open Access Subsetp Europe PMCXi arXiv SSRNOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghen...
Find Google Scholar:ghttp://scholar.google.com OAIster: OAIster:http://oaister.worldcat.org/ Driver:http://search.driv...
Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
 No subscription costp No influence on quality of journal!With ith t A ti l P i With or without Article ProcessingCharg...
Open Access Journal Some OAJ publishers:p PLoS BiomedCentral BiomedCentral Copernicus Open Humanities PressOpen Acce...
OAJ Directories DOAJ: http://www.doaj.orgp j g 8622 OA journals http://jurn org/: A curated http://jurn.org/: A curate...
integreerhttp://www.eigenfactor.org/openacces
Other models Overlay journalsy j Hybrid journals “a large, peer-reviewed repositoryof research articles”of research art...
Open Access Books OAPEN Open Humanities PressOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
What can you do? Submit the article to a journal ofjyour choice Make the necessary changes after Make the necessary cha...
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CHANGEOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
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 Traditional peer review is challenged! PeerEvaluation - http://www.peerevaluation.org/P f S i Peerage of Science -http...
 Innovative Open Access publishinginitiatives need library support: Open Editions – http://www.openedition.org/ Knowled...
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This presentation was given by Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (UGent) during the training school "Architectural History Research in the Digital Era" (Ghent, Belgium, April 2-6 2013) organized in the framework of the Cost Action IS0904 "European Architecture Beyond Europe".

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  1. 1. Ghent University Libraryy y___________________Open AccessInge Van Nieuwerburgh -UGentTraining School ‘Architectural HistoryResearch in the Digital Era’A il 3 2013April 3, 2013
  2. 2. Why publish?Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  3. 3. Why publish?Gain fundingFinancial rewardAdvance careerPersonal prestigeCommunicate results to peersAdvance career0 20 40 60 80 100% respondentssource: Alma Swan Key Perspectives Ltdsource: Alma Swan, Key Perspectives Ltd,15 May 2006 OA workshop BrusselsOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  4. 4.  Choice of publisher / journal titlep jis important Discipline-specific? Discipline specific? Impact (WOS)L l / i i l bli Local / international public Recognition? Rewarding?Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  5. 5. Research evaluation & analyticalt ltools Web of Science Journal citation reports (JCR):impact factorimpact factor ScopusOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  6. 6. Functions of scientific publicationSource: Herbert Van de Sompel, “Open Archives voor onderzoek”Gent 22 Oct 2002Gent, 22 Oct. 2002Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  7. 7. Journal Combines these functions But classical system toll access =>barriers => poor accessbarriers => poor accessOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  8. 8. Bagaball, http://www.flickr.com/photos/bagaball/3144971358 (CC BY )
  9. 9. Burton, Gideon: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wakingtiger/3157622608/ (CC BY-SA)
  10. 10. Thecla Ettema – Bootsma,http://www.flickr.com/photos/biblioteekje/4029201658/,(CC BY NC SA)(CC BY-NC-SA)Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  11. 11. Open Access: what is it? Worldwide electronicdissemination Of peer reviewed research results Of peer-reviewed research results(publications or data) Free to use, free of restrictions(still refering to source!)(st e e g to sou ce )Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  12. 12. Open Access: why? Speed up and enhance the accessibilityof an articleof an article Enhance its visibilityh ld d Enhance its worldwide impact Discovery / novel research Better assessment, better monitoring,better management of researchbetter management of research> innovation prestige funding=> innovation, prestige, fundingOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  13. 13. Open Access to publications: how todo it? “self archiving”: The scientisthi bli ti i larchives a publication in an openlyavailable repository. This is also knownas “green road to open access”as green road to open access . Publish in an Open Access Journal, afreely available electronic journal Thisfreely available electronic journal. Thisis also known as “gold road to openaccess”.access .Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  14. 14. GreenGreenRoadRoadOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  15. 15. UGent Institutional repositoryhttp://biblio UGent behttp://biblio.UGent.be
  16. 16. OA mandate UGent Immediate deposit / optional OpenAccess Of author’s final, peer-reviewed version(publisher version is allowed)(publisher version is allowed) Articles, books, chapters, conferenceproceedingsproceedings The latest upon publication As of publication year 2010Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  17. 17. But also QUTQ Wellcome TrustNHS NHS EC FP7 Open Access pilotp pH i 2020 … Horizon2020Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  18. 18. OA Pilot in FP7 7 areas (>1300 projects to date)20% f t t l FP7 b d t (2007 2013) 20% of total FP7 budget (2007-2013) OpenAIRE portal www.openaire.eu Linking of publications with datasets Linking of publications with datasets Best effort to provide OAPeer reviewed publications Peer-reviewed publications Allowed embargos: 6/12 monthsR f di f OA bli hi t Refunding of OA publishing costs Eligible while project runsOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  19. 19. OA Mandate in Horizon 2020 No longer a pilot : OA becomes anobligationobligation All scientific areas Peer-reviewed publications Peer reviewed publications Allowed embargos: 6/12 months Plus: pilot for research dataPlus: pilot for research data OA publishing costs Eligibile while project runsg p j plus (tbc): possibility to cover laterpublications, under conditions to defineOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  20. 20.  Infrastructure to implement EC’s OApolicypolicy Visibility Access Tools & services Linking research output to projectinformation and datainformation and data www.openaire.euOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  21. 21. Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  22. 22. Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  23. 23. OpenAIREOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  24. 24. Some big subject repositories PMC Open Access Subsetp Europe PMCXi arXiv SSRNOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  25. 25. Find Google Scholar:ghttp://scholar.google.com OAIster: OAIster:http://oaister.worldcat.org/ Driver:http://search.driver.research-ttp //sea c d e esea cinfrastructures.eu/ (merge withhttp://openaire eu spring 2013)http://openaire.eu spring 2013)Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  26. 26. Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  27. 27.  No subscription costp No influence on quality of journal!With ith t A ti l P i With or without Article ProcessingCharges/ Author FeesOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  28. 28. Open Access Journal Some OAJ publishers:p PLoS BiomedCentral BiomedCentral Copernicus Open Humanities PressOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  29. 29. OAJ Directories DOAJ: http://www.doaj.orgp j g 8622 OA journals http://jurn org/: A curated http://jurn.org/: A curatedacademic search-engine, indexing4 484 f j l i h &4,484 free ejournals in the arts &humanities.Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  30. 30. integreerhttp://www.eigenfactor.org/openacces
  31. 31. Other models Overlay journalsy j Hybrid journals “a large, peer-reviewed repositoryof research articles”of research articlesOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  32. 32. Open Access Books OAPEN Open Humanities PressOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  33. 33. What can you do? Submit the article to a journal ofjyour choice Make the necessary changes after Make the necessary changes afterpeer review Submit final version to the journal Deposit the same final version in Deposit the same final version inyour local or subject repositoryOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  34. 34. NOT (only)( y)personal, departmental or projectwebsite!website!Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  35. 35. CHANGEOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  36. 36. “The traditional system of scholarlyy ycommunication simply does notwork, and it is time for stakeholderswork, and it is time for stakeholdersto aim to radically change thesystem of scholarly communication”system of scholarly communicationLars Björnshauge @ Berlin10 Open Access conferenceOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  37. 37. Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  38. 38. Game changers E.g. PLoSONE changing theg g glandscape – other publishers arefollowing.following. Big funders are launching theirj l Lif !own journals – eLife! PeerJ - https://peerj.com/ee J ttps //pee j co /Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  39. 39.  Traditional peer review is challenged! PeerEvaluation - http://www.peerevaluation.org/P f S i Peerage of Science -http://www.peerageofscience.org/ Altmetrics:Altmetrics: http://altmetrics.org/manifesto/ http://readermeter.org/ http://impactstory.org/Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  40. 40.  Innovative Open Access publishinginitiatives need library support: Open Editions – http://www.openedition.org/ Knowledge Unlatched -http://www.knowledgeunlatched.org/ Social Science Directory -Social Science Directoryhttp://www.socialsciencesdirectory.com Humanities Directory – to follow shortlyOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  41. 41. Open data and beyondOpen data and beyondOpen Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  42. 42.  Share and re-use Raw dataRaw data Processes / workflowsCit Cite Eg DataCite: helps researchers tofind, access, and reuse data LinkLink Eg. OpenAIRE: link OA publicationsto datasetsto datasets=> Enhance quality, co-operation,innovation Open Access - Inge VanNieuwerburgh - Ghent 3 April, 2013
  43. 43. Burton, Gideon, http://www.flickr.com/photos/wakingtiger/3156792001/ (CC BY-SA)

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