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Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?

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Tullio BasagliaCERN Scientific Information ServiceLibrary section head23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?

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The Library as a service provider

OA (e-)books: our experience The institution as a publisher: publishing and (co-)authoring servicesOA data and data archiving initiativesMetadata evolutionFrom institutional repository to CRIS (=Current Research Information System)Initiatives for interoperability in scholarly communicationInitiatives for knowledge discoveryConclusion23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?

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OA (e-)books3 books by CERN authors + 3 en preparation (two publishers)Hard science titles: limited audience:

The aim is science disseminationThe model: a lump sum pays for perpetuel OA to the book. The deal includes also the purchase of a certain amount of paper copies to be sold at our Bookshop.The future: OA ebook + print-on-demand?

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Publishing and (co-)authoring tools

We adopted the OJS (Open Journal System) platform to host our publication series Yellow reports (=reports and conference proceedings), CERNs Annual Report and a new journal, the CERN IdeaSquare Journal of Experimental Innovation (CIJ), dealing with innovation and technology transfer. OJS provides a suitable environment for manuscripts processing and for peer review. 40 researchers are testing three co-authoring platforms: Authorea, doDOC and Overleaf to help us in the selection process.Issues: branding + reflection on the business model is needed23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?

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OA: news from the front

APCs need to monitor appropriate usage of funding and appropriate application of cc this implies administrative costs (=staffing and budget)Potentially considerable increase in the cost of publication policy issues (=what to fund?)Its the librarys budget that is at stake!Workflows still in development at the publishers end23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?

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Archiving of and OA to data

The archiving and open access to data deriving from scientific experiments is of crucial importance:For the reproducibility of resultsTo preserve them for future generationsTo connect them to the related publications Because more and more often, funding bodies explicitly require that data be preserved and made generally available.For educational purposes (schools, crowd science)

The Open Data portal is divided into two sections: Education and Research:http://opendata.cern.ch/

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A joint effort between researchers and CERNs Scientific Information Service, requiring IT development and an adaptation of the metadata model

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Public CERN Open Data: Level 1-3

Data in High-Energy Physics23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?Presentation de S. Dallmeier-Tiessen au SIPB, 7 juin 2016

The institution as a data provider: policy issues

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Data analysis and preservation in particle physics

Representatives of the scientific collaborations working on the Large Hadron Collider approved a policy for open access to experimental data They allocated the resources needed to carry out the projectThey defined a data format suitable for exploitation, prepared the data and cooperated to the definition of the metadata model. There is a world-wide coordination effort among the main laboratories in particle physics to define common criteria for data analysis and preservation.23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?

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The metadata must evolve

Is JSON the future?JSON = JavaScript Object Notation, it uses a JavaScript notationAdvantages:Simple syntax: name/valueMore flexible than MARCMore human-readable than XMLShould allow us to describe artifacts and entitites of different nature: documents, but also users, data etc., using the same notation system

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Bibliometry (first steps towards a Current Research Information System)

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Bibliometry (contd)

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Initiatives for interoperability in scholarly communicationAn european project: THOR (Technical and Human infrastructure for Open Research), in the framework of the Horizon 2020 programmeIt will establish seamless integration between articles, data, and researchers across the research lifecycle. This will create a wealth of open resources and foster a sustainable international e-infrastructure. The result will be reduced duplication, economies of scale, richer research services, and opportunities for innovation.For authors: ORCID = Open Researcher & Contributor ID (=desambiguation => metrics of impact)For institutions: Ringgold, OrgRef and GRID (=Global Research Identifier Database) For articles (and other artifacts: software, datasets): DOI

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Initiatives for knowledge discoveryINTELLECTUAL PROPERTY WAS NOT DESIGNED TO REGULATE THE FREE FLOW OF FACTS, DATA AND IDEAS, BUT HAS AS A KEY OBJECTIVE THE PROMOTION OF RESEARCH ACTIVITY PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE THE FREEDOM TO ANALYSE AND PURSUE INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY WITHOUT FEAR OF MONITORING OR REPERCUSSIONSLICENSES AND CONTRACT TERMS SHOULD NOT RESTRICT INDIVIDUALS FROM USING FACTS, DATA AND IDEASETHICS AROUND THE USE OF CONTENT MINING TECHNIQUES WILL NEED TO CONTINUE TO EVOLVE IN RESPONSE TO CHANGING TECHNOLOGYINNOVATION AND COMMERCIAL RESEARCH BASED ON THE USE OF FACTS, DATA, AND IDEAS SHOULD NOT BE RESTRICTED BY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW23/06/2016By the Book 2016: Academic Publishing and Open Access Models. How open is open enough?The Hague declaration on knowledge discovery in the digital age - LIBER

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In guise of a conclusion

Weve gone from looking at a desert, in which the librarian had to walk into the desert for you and come back with a lump of gold, to a forest, to this huge jungle in which what you want is an apple. And at that point, the librarian can walk into the jungle and come back with the apple.

Neil Gaiman, interview at Bookpage.comhttp://www.bookpage.com/the-book-case/2010/04/14/neil-gaiman-talks-about-his-love-for-libraries/

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