December 14, 2012

Chronicle: "Putting Dissertation Online Isn't an Obstacle to Print Publication"

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, December 12 issue:

Are you a science graduate student worried that making your thesis or dissertation available online will hurt your chances of getting it published? Gail McMillan, director of the digital library and archives at Virginia Tech, has good news for you. In a recent survey of science-journal editors, 87 percent indicated they would consider articles drawn from openly accessible electronic theses and dissertations, or ETD's.

Ms. McMillan helped run the survey under the auspices of the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations, a group that promotes the use and preservation of ETD's. She presented the survey results here this week at the fall meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information.

The 2012 survey is a companion to one last year that polled journal editors in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. According to the 2011 results, more than 82 percent of the journal editors would consider manuscripts revised from openly accessible ETD's.

[...]

Many students and their faculty advisers, however, cling to the idea that publishers will balk at publishing work if it's already freely available online. Ms. McMillan has found that those fears cut across disciplinary lines. Decisions about whether to restrict access to electronic work tend to be driven by anecdote, she said, and faculty members tend to play it safe when dispensing career advice.

"I think faculty want to err on the side of caution," she said. "I wish they would look at the data."

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November 2, 2012

Report on JSTOR Enabled Data Mining Project

From JSTOR's October 22 press release:

A team of researchers led by Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom of the University of Washington released today the results of an 18-month long study of gender inequality among authors of academic papers. The study is based on an analysis of the authors of more than 1.8 million published research articles available through the not-for-profit digital library, JSTOR.

[...]

Fast forward to 2008 when JSTOR launched its self-service Data for Research website enabling anyone in the world to explore its holdings and to freely create datasets for use in their research. Today the site sees about 700 datasets created and downloaded annually. Larger scale projects like the one undertaken by West, Bergstrom and their co-authors: Jennifer Jacquet, Molly King, Shelley Correll, and Theodore Bergstrom are handled upon request and in close collaboration with JSTOR's Advanced Technologies Research team.

[...]

While the research itself is ground-breaking, the benefits of projects like the one just released by the West-Bergstrom team can reach beyond the findings themselves. The West-Bergstrom team also created an interactive tool that allows others to explore the underlying content based on the work they have done. This demonstrates how sharing large corpora of data can also lead to the creation of new ways of exploring and discovery scholarship - effectively giving researchers another lens through which to view the published literature.


The report was also the subject of an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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October 3, 2012

The Chronicle investigates fake peer reviews

From Josh Fischman's Sept. 30 article in The Chronicle of Higher Education:

In incidents involving four scientists--the latest case coming to light two weeks ago--journal editors say authors got to critique their own papers by suggesting reviewers with contact e-mails that actually went to themselves.

The glowing endorsements got the work into Experimental Parasitology, Pharmaceutical Biology, and several other journals. Fake reviews even got a pair of mathematics articles into journals published by Elsevier, the academic publishing giant, which has a system in place intended to thwart such misconduct. The frauds have produced retractions of about 30 papers to date.

[...]

Anyone can open a Gmail or similar account under a name that isn't his or her own, as long as that name hasn't been taken by another user. For instance, Haroldvarmus@gmail.com was available last week, but e-mail sent there will not reach Mr. Varmus, the Nobel Prize-winning virologist and director of the National Cancer Institute.

[...]

The medicinal-chemistry journal has now changed its policy to require that every paper have two reviewers not suggested by an author.

[...]

On the journal side, editors are handling more submissions than ever--Mr. Supuran said he and three other editors work on 500 to 600 papers each year, about 20 percent more than when he started--and due diligence can be a casualty. When swamped, said Lance W. Small, a member of the ethics committee and a professor emeritus of mathematics at the University of California at San Diego, "editors may cut corners."


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September 21, 2012

PLOS releases Progress Update 2011-2012

Many U-MN faculty publish in Public Library of Science journals. The annual report from PLoS is available. Some highlights:

  • In 2011, PLoS provided $2.5 million in waiver funding for authors unable to pay all or part of their publication fees.
  • They have 130 institutional members.
  • They have 1.5 million article views a month.

More info on particular PLoS journals is also available.

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September 14, 2012

SUNY Potsdam: "Walking away from the American Chemical Society"

From Jenica Rogers, Director of Libraries at the State University of New York at Potsdam, on Sept. 12:

SUNY Potsdam will not be subscribing to an American Chemical Society online journal package for 2013. We will instead be using a combination of the Royal Society of Chemistry content, ACS single title subscriptions, the ACS backfile, and ScienceDirect from Elsevier** to meet our chemical information needs. We're doing this because the ACS pricing model is unsustainable for our institution and we were unable to find common ground with the sales team from the ACS. Instead, we explored other options and exercised them.

[...]

In May 2012, after much internal discussion and debate, three SUNY library directors from the comprehensive colleges (myself included) and the university centers, along with two SUNY Office of LIbrary and Information Services staff met with three representatives from the ACS at SUNY Plaza in Albany, NY, and discussed their pricing model. The ACS folks were very clear: they are dedicated to moving all customers to a consistent pricing model, the pricing steps in that model are based on a tiered system, and there is a base price underneath all of that. In principle, I absolutely support this kind of move: too many libraryland vendors obscure their pricing models, negotiate great deals with one institution while charging double to someone else, or "have to ask the manager" to approve any offer. In our discussions, the librarian stakeholders noted our support for this approach, but argued that while their tiers are reasonable and based on arguably sound criteria, the base price underlying those steps is unsustainable and inappropriate. (In the case of SUNY Potsdam, the ACS package would have consumed more than 10% of my total acquisitions budget, just for journals for this one department.) We also learned that their base price and pricing model, when applied to much larger institutions, did not produce the same unsustainable pricing.

[...]

Based on our discussion, I think that some of our faculty were surprised, some seemed resigned, some were horrified, and they were all frustrated by what seemed to be a plate full of bad options. However, after two meetings and much discussion of how to reconfigure our ACS subscriptions to meet our budgetary constraints, I believe that we all agreed that this goes beyond having a tight campus or library budget: this is simply not appropriate pricing for an institution like ours. The result of our first meeting was that the chemistry faculty agreed to take their concerns to the ACS based on their individual professional involvements with the organization, talking with sales and the Chemical Information Division about their concerns, and we agreed that we'd look into other library solutions to their chemical information needs.

[...]

Librarians and faculty raised the valid concern that we might not be able to meet ACS approval of undergraduate programs without our ACS package. The ACS is in the unique position of both approving programs and selling the content necessary for approval, which I will leave to someone else to debate the ethics of. Throughout our discussions we agreed that any library solution we proposed would have the ability to meet the approval requirements in concert with our subscription to ScienceDirect. It can be done.

[...]

Librarians are often disinclined to be first to try something - we'd often rather be second, after someone else has found the hidden pitfalls. So here I am, saying that we were willing to be the first to be loud, and to provide you with a public example of what is possible. Our chemistry faculty were willing to follow that lead, and I'm grateful to them for it.

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September 7, 2012

Royal Society of Chemistry announces £1 million initiative to support British transition to Open Access

From the RSC's July 12 press release:


'Gold for Gold' is an innovative experiment to support the funder led evolution to Gold OA, by recognising institutes that subscribe to RSC Gold, a premium collection of 37 international journals, databases and magazines offering online access to all published material.

UK institutes who are RSC Gold customers will shortly receive credit equal to the subscription paid, enabling their researchers, who are being asked to publish Open Access but often do not yet have funding to pay for it directly, to make their paper available via Open Science, the RSC's Gold OA option.

[...]

Earlier this week the Government confirmed its support for migrating towards Gold Open Access by making publicly funded scientific research available for anyone to read for free, accepting recommendations in a report on OA by Dame Janet Finch.

The Research Councils UK (RCUK) also published their revised policy on Open Access, requiring researchers to publish in OA compliant journals. 'Gold for Gold' seeks to support researchers until the block grants from RCUK are distributed next April, which, once established are intended to fund Gold OA.

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July 13, 2012

University of California Update on Discussions with Nature Publishing Group

From a February 13 letter issued by the U-CA Office of the President:

In 2010, a dispute arose between the University of California (UC) and the Nature Publishing Group (NPG) over a proposed increase in the fees that UC pays to license NPG journals. When this disagreement became public, each organization aired statements explaining its position. Following a face‐to‐face meeting in August of that year, UC and NPG subsequently issued a joint statement describing our intention to work together to address current licensing challenges and to explore new approaches for sustaining scholarly publishing.

Since that date, UC and NPG have held regular meetings, which have included representatives of NPG, the California Digital Library, the UC University Librarians, and UC Faculty from the Academic Senate and Administration. This document is intended to update UC Faculty and Librarians as well as the wider stakeholder community about the status of these discussions and to share our perspective on the current challenges facing libraries, authors, and publishers alike. It does not necessarily represent NPG's current or future positions, beyond a willingness to continue in good faith discussion of these issues through 2012.

The letter goes on to share points of agreement between UC and Nature, questions still under discussion, and the goals UC continues to pursue. It ends thus:

We recognize that scholarly communication is a complex system that cannot be transformed overnight. While our negotiations with NPG have not yet resulted in any specific proposals for change, they have been positive and productive. Although we have not yet reached agreement on a model that would allow us to add new NPG journal titles, UC and NPG have agreed to maintain their existing license while discussions continue. We look forward to exploring with all publishers, societies, funders and universities new models that we believe are vital to assure the future of scholarly communication.

It is signed by 4 library staff members and 3 faculty members.

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May 18, 2012

Federal judge rules on fair use lawsuit brought by publishers against Georgia State University

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, May 13 edition:

A federal judge in Atlanta has handed down a long-awaited ruling in a lawsuit brought by three scholarly publishers against Georgia State University over its use of copyrighted material in electronic reserves. The ruling, delivered on Friday, looks mostly like a victory for the university, finding that only five of 99 alleged copyright infringements did in fact violate the plaintiffs' copyrights.

"My initial reaction is, honestly, what a crushing defeat for the publishers," said Brandon C. Butler, the director of public-policy initiatives for the Association of Research Libraries. Given how few claims the publishers won, "there's a 95 percent success rate for the GSU fair-use policy." The ruling suggests that Georgia State is "getting it almost entirely right" with its current copyright policy, he said.

[...]

Judge Evans rejected many of the individual claims brought by the three plaintiffs--Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and SAGE Publications--concluding that the publishers had not adequately proved their copyright stake in the material. She dismissed the plaintiffs' argument that Georgia State had exceeded the guidelines for classroom copying set out by Congress in 1976, long before e-reserves. And she examined publishers' balance sheets and concluded that they had not lost significant amounts of revenue because of the alleged infringements.

[...]

[Nancy Sims, copyright program librarian at the University of Minnesota] said that the judge took the educational purpose of each use seriously and did not focus just on market considerations. "That was one of the contentions here--that if you can pay for it, you should be," she said. "And that's clearly not what the court is saying."

One part of the ruling could be problematic for librarians and others trying to work out fair-use policies in academe. Judge Evans proposed a 10-percent rule to guide decisions about what constitutes fair use in an educational setting. For books without chapters or with fewer than 10 chapters, "unpaid copying of no more than 10 percent of the pages in the book is permissible under factor three," she wrote in her ruling. For books with 10 or more chapters, "permissible fair use" would be copying up to one chapter or its equivalent.

The publishers may well appeal the decision.

Further commentary is available from the Association of College & Research Libraries at:

http://acrlog.org/2012/05/14/georgia-state-e-reserves-case-roundup

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April 27, 2012

Harvard Faculty Advisory Council issues letter warning that costly subscriptions 'cannot be sustained'

On April 17, Harvard's Faculty Advisory Council issued a Memorandum on Journal Pricing to faculty members in all schools, faculties, and units. It warns of an "untenable situation facing the Harvard Library," citing a publishing environment where:

  • "Some journals cost as much as $40,000 per year, others in the tens of thousands"
  • "Prices for online content from two providers have increased by about 145% over the past six years, which far exceeds not only the consumer price index, but also the higher education and the library price indices"
  • The same publishers enjoy "profit margins of 35% and more"

The faculty council concludes that continuing to subscribe to journals under current pricing models "would seriously erode collection efforts in many other areas, already compromised." It offers these recommendations to Harvard faculty colleagues:

  1. Make sure that all of your own papers are accessible by submitting them to DASH in accordance with the faculty-initiated open-access policies.
  2. Consider submitting articles to open-access journals, or to ones that have reasonable, sustainable subscription costs; move prestige to open access.
  3. If on the editorial board of a journal involved, determine if it can be published as open access material, or independently from publishers that practice pricing described above. If not, consider resigning.
  4. Contact professional organizations to raise these issues.
  5. Encourage professional associations to take control of scholarly literature in their field or shift the management of their e-journals to library-friendly organizations.
  6. Encourage colleagues to consider and to discuss these or other options.
The letter has been covered by the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Education, and the Atlantic.
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April 17, 2012

U-MN letter in support of Federal Research Public Access Act

April 16, 2012

To: Minnesota Legislators

The Federal Research Public Access Act of 2012 (S. 2096/H.R. 4004) was introduced to the House and the Senate on February 9, 2012 with robust bipartisan sponsorship. FRPAA would require that any federal agencies with annual extramural research budgets greater than $100 million provide public access to the published results of funded research within six months after publication. The University of Minnesota Senate Library Committee and Senate Research Committee members write in support of FRPAA; we believe increasing access to research stimulates progress and innovation within the academic enterprise, in industry, and in broader social contexts.

Research and scholarship thrive in environments of open sharing and collaboration, and peer review and critique. Tightly-restricted access to publications that result from federally sponsored research introduces barriers for researchers, industry innovators, and interested members of the public. When such research publications are openly available:

  • Researchers in the United States and around the world are able to more effectively and efficiently learn from, review, and collaborate with one another.

  • Published research reaches a wider audience:

    • Authors often find increased citations to their works, as well as interest from unexpected quarters.

    • Research errors or controversies can be more quickly detected and addressed.

    • Industry researchers, entrepreneurs, and innovators are better able to keep abreast of relevant research advances.

    • Funding agencies can read published results, enabling better review of the quality and productivity of funded research.

    • Members of the public have access to cutting-edge information relevant to their lives.

  • Intellectual property interests of authors, funders, research institutions, and industry research partners are largely unaffected by open access.

    • Copyrights can still be transferred to publishers, retained by authors, or shared among multiple parties via traditional contracts and licenses.

    • Copyright holders retain most of their rights even over publicly accessible works, although they may choose to make the works more broadly usable under the terms of existing open licensing schemes.

    • Entrepreneurs may be more able to learn of innovative research, but existing requirements for licensing of patents and other intellectual property rights will not change.
A recent competing bill, the Research Works Act (RWA), would have rolled back the existing successful NIH public access programs, as well as preventing the passage of FRPAA. In removing their support for RWA, its sponsors acknowledged that open access "appears to be the wave of the future." FRPAA provides a clear path towards that future of open access for federally sponsored research. While opinions vary on the optimal embargo period across all types of publications and publishers, the current NIH policy that provides public access to the published results of funded research within 12 months after publication appears to be working well. That said, a shorter embargo term could provide enhanced public access, and for many publications and publishers, will have little impact on finances.

On behalf of our two committees, representing 51 faculty, staff, students, we urge your support for FRPAA to facilitate the advancement of research and public access to the results of federally supported research.

Sincerely,

Neil Olszewski, Chair Senate Library Committee
Linda Bearinger, Chair Senate Research Committee
Questions can be directed to Wendy Pradt Lougee, University Librarian & McKnight Presidential Professor:
wlougee@umn.edu or 612-624-1807.

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March 2, 2012

Research Works Act is dead in U.S. House

The sponsors of the Research Works Act, Reps. Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) issued a joint statement declaring that bill was dead in Congress:


The introduction of HR 3699 has spurred a robust, expansive debate on the topics of scientific and scholarly publishing, intellectual property protection, and public access to federally funded research. Since its introduction, we have heard from numerous stakeholders and interested parties on both sides of this important issue.

As the costs of publishing continue to be driven down by new technology, we will continue to see a growth in open access publishers. This new and innovative model appears to be the wave of the future. The transition must be collaborative, and must respect copyright law and the principles of open access. The American people deserve to have access to research for which they have paid. This conversation needs to continue and we have come to the conclusion that the Research Works Act has exhausted the useful role it can play in the debate. As such, we want Americans concerned about access to research and other participants in this debate to know we will not be taking legislative action on HR 3699, the Research Works Act. We do intend to remain involved in efforts to examine and study the protection of intellectual property rights and open access to publicly funded research.

Right before this statement, Elsevier withdrew its support of the bill. That led Peter Suber to declare:

This is a victory for what The Economist called Academic Spring. It shows that academic discontent -- expressed in blogs, social media, conventional media, boycotts, and open letters to Congress -- can defeat legislation supported by a determined and well-funded lobby. Let's remember that, and let's prove that this political force can go beyond defeating bad legislation, like #RWA , to enacting good legislation, like #FRPAA.
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December 16, 2011

Statistics show success of NIH open access policy

In April 2008, the National Institutes of Health placed a new reporting requirement on researchers, asking them to deposit the final, peer-reviewed manuscripts of all articles arising from NIH-funded research into PubMed Central, where they would be freely accessible to all so that they might better advance science and improve health. After nearly four years, submissions have gone from about 1000 articles a month to almost 6000.

http://www.nihms.nih.gov/stats/

This success story shows how open access to publicly-funded research in other subject areas can be achieved without sacrificing the economic well-being of publishers.

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December 9, 2011

U-Colorado librarian issues List of Predatory, Open-Access Publishers

Jeffrey Beall, Metadata Librarian / Assistant Professor at Auraria Library, University of Colorado Denver, recently issued the 2012 edition of his List of Predatory, Open-Access Publishers.

From his introduction:

Predatory, open-access publishers are those that unprofessionally exploit the author-pays model of open-access publishing (Gold OA) for their own profit. Typically, these publishers spam professional email lists, broadly soliciting article submissions for the clear purpose of gaining additional income. Operating essentially as vanity presses, these publishers typically have a low article acceptance threshold, with a false-front or non-existent peer review process. Unlike professional publishing operations, whether subscription-based or ethically-sound open access, these predatory publishers add little value to scholarship, pay little attention to digital preservation, and operate using fly-by-night, unsustainable business models.
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July 29, 2011

UK Parliament's Science and Technology Committee issues report on peer review

Excerpted from Fred Friend's July 29 posting to the American Library Association online discussion forum Scholcomm:


The UK Parliament's Science and Technology Committee has produced a Report on "Peer review in scientific publications" which, if the Committee's recommendations are implemented, will initiate several positive developments for scholarly communication. The Report - available at http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201012/cmselect/cmsctech/856/85602.htm - examines the current peer review system thoroughly from different angles. Picking up on the importance of reproducibility of research results, the Committee recommend that "data associated with publicly funded research should, where possible, be made widely and freely available". Also significant for scholarly communication in general, are the Committee's "concerns about the use of journal Impact Factor as a proxy measure for the quality of individual articles". Although recognising the value of peer review, the Committee expresses concerns about the way the peer review system currently operates and encourages the "prudent use of online tools for post-publication review and commentary as a means of supplementing pre-publication review". The Committee sees pre-publication review as being effective for technical assessment but needing post-publication review for impact assessment, impact now being of high importance for research funders.

[...]

The UK Parliament's Committees are very effective in investigating a wide range of issues of importance (witness their recent questioning of News Corporation executives). [...] For those of you who are unfamiliar with the UK system, there is no obligation upon the UK Government to accept the Committee's recommendations (as we found in the Committee's Report on OA in 2004) but clearly the Committee's views do carry weight.

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May 26, 2011

More open access titles added to Web of Science

The Web of Science database (including Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Science Citation Index, and Social Sciences Citation Index) now indexes close to 1000 peer-reviewed open access titles:

TITLE PUBLISHER
Abstract and Applied Analysis HINDAWI PUBLISHING CORPORATION
Academia-Revista Latinoamericana de Administracion CONSEJO LATINOAMERICANO ESCUELAS ADM-CLADEA
ACTA ADRIATICA INST OCEANOGRAFIJU I RIBARSTVO
ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA
Acta Bioethica PAN AMER HEALTH ORGANIZATION
ACTA BIOLOGICA CRACOVIENSIA SERIES BOTANICA POLSKA AKAD NAUK
ACTA BIOQUIMICA CLINICA LATINOAMERICANA FEDERACION BIOQUIMICA PROVINCIA BUENOS AIRES
Acta Botanica Brasilica SOC BOTANICA BRASIL
ACTA BOTANICA CROATICA UNIV ZAGREB, FAC SCIENCE, DIV BIOLOGY
Acta Botanica Mexicana INST ECOLOGIA AC
ACTA CHIMICA SLOVENICA SLOVENSKO KEMIJSKO DRUSTVO
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira ACTA CIRURGICA BRASILEIRA
Acta Clinica Croatica SESTRE MILOSRDNICE UNIV HOSPITAL
ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION E-STRUCTURE REPORTS ONLINE WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC
Acta Endocrinologica-Bucharest EDITURA ACAD ROMANE
Acta Geographica Slovenica-Geografski Zbornik GEOGRAFSKI INST ANTONA MELIKA ZRC SAZU
ACTA GEOLOGICA POLONICA WYDAWNICTWO NAUKOWE INVIT
Acta Herpetologica FIRENZE UNIV PRESS
ACTA HISTOCHEMICA ET CYTOCHEMICA JAPAN SOC HISTOCHEM CYTOCHEM
ACTA ICHTHYOLOGICA ET PISCATORIA WYDAWNICTWO AKAD ROLNICZEJ W SZCZECINIE
Acta Literaria UNIV CONCEPCION, FAC HUMANIDADES ARTE
ACTA MEDICA OKAYAMA OKAYAMA UNIV MED SCHOOL
Acta Medica Portuguesa ORDEM MEDICOS
Acta Montanistica Slovaca BERG FAC TECHNICAL UNIV KOSICE
ACTA NEUROBIOLOGIAE EXPERIMENTALIS NENCKI INST EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
Acta Orthopaedica INFORMA HEALTHCARE
Acta Orthopaedica et Traumatologica Turcica TURKISH ASSOC ORTHOPAEDICS TRAUMATOLOGY
Acta Ortopedica Brasileira ATHA COMUNICACAO & EDITORA
Acta Otorhinolaryngologica Italica PACINI EDITORE
ACTA PALAEONTOLOGICA POLONICA INST PALEOBIOLOGII PAN
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem UNIV FED SAO PAULO, DEPT ENFERMAGEN
ACTA PHARMACEUTICA HRVATSKO FARMACEUTSKO DRUSTOV (HFD)-CROATION PHARMACEUTICAL SOC
ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA A POLISH ACAD SCIENCES INST PHYSICS
ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B POLISH ACAD SCIENCES INST PHYSICS
Acta Polytechnica Hungarica BUDAPEST TECH
ACTA PROTOZOOLOGICA JAGIELLONIAN UNIV, INST ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae UNIV FED RIO GRANDE DO SUL
ACTA SCIENTIARUM-AGRONOMY UNIV ESTADUAL MARINGA, PRO-REITORIA PESQUISA POS-GRADUACAO
ACTA SCIENTIARUM-TECHNOLOGY UNIV ESTADUAL MARINGA, PRO-REITORIA PESQUISA POS-GRADUACAO
ACTA VETERINARIA BRNO VETERINARNI A FARMACEUTICKA UNIVERZITA BRNO
ACTA VETERINARIA SCANDINAVICA BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
ACTA VETERINARIA-BEOGRAD VETERINARY FACULTY, UNIV BEOGRADU
ACTA ZOOLOGICA ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM HUNGARICAE HUNGARIAN NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Actas Urologicas Espanolas ENE EDICIONES SL
ADANSONIA PUBLICATIONS SCIENTIFIQUES DU MUSEUM, PARIS
Advances in Difference Equations HINDAWI PUBLISHING CORPORATION
Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering UNIV SUCEAVA, FAC ELECTRICAL ENG
Advances in High Energy Physics HINDAWI PUBLISHING CORPORATION
Advances in Medical Sciences MEDICAL UNIV BIALYSTOK
ADVANCES IN PHYSIOLOGY EDUCATION AMER PHYSIOLOGICAL SOC
African Health Sciences MAKERERE UNIV, FAC MED
African Journal of Agricultural Research ACADEMIC JOURNALS
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY ACADEMIC JOURNALS
African Journal of Business Management ACADEMIC JOURNALS
African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology ACADEMIC JOURNALS
Afrika Spectrum INST AFRIKA-KUNDE
AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE FINLAND
AGROCIENCIA COLEGIO DE POSTGRADUADOS
AIBR-Revista de Antropologia Iberoamericana ASOC ANTROPOLOGOS IBEROAMERICANOS EN RED
ALCOHOL RESEARCH & HEALTH NATL INST ALCOHOL ABUSE ALCOHOLISM
Alea-Estudos Neolatinos UNIV FED RIO DE JANEIRO, FAC LETRAS
Algorithms for Molecular Biology BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
Alpha-Revista de Artes Letras y Filosofia UNIV LOS LAGOS
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION AMER ASSOC COLL PHARMACY
AMERICAN MUSEUM NOVITATES AMER MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY
Amfiteatru Economic EDITURA ASE
Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi-The Anatolian Journal of Cardiology AVES YAYINCILIK
ANAIS BRASILEIROS DE DERMATOLOGIA SOC BRASILEIRA DERMATOLOGIA
ANAIS DA ACADEMIA BRASILEIRA DE CIENCIAS ACAD BRASILEIRA DE CIENCIAS
Analele Stiintifice ale Universitatii Ovidius Constanta-Seria Matematica OVIDIUS UNIV PRESS
Anales de Medicina Interna ARAN EDICIONES, S A
Anales de Psicologia UNIV MURCIA
ANALES DEL JARDIN BOTANICO DE MADRID CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
Anales del Sistema Sanitario De Navarra GOBIERNO DE NAVARRA
ANALYTICAL SCIENCES JAPAN SOC ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
Andean Geology SERVICIO NACIONAL GEOLOGIA MINERVA
ANGLE ORTHODONTIST E H ANGLE EDUCATION RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC
ANIMAL BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION MUSEU DE CIENCIES NATURALS-ZOOLOGIA
ANIMAL SCIENCE PAPERS AND REPORTS POLSKA AKAD NAUK, INST GENETYKI I HODOWLI ZWIERZAT
ANNALES ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM FENNICAE-MATHEMATICA SUOMALAINEN TIEDEAKATEMIA
ANNALES GEOPHYSICAE COPERNICUS GESELLSCHAFT MBH
ANNALES SOCIETATIS GEOLOGORUM POLONIAE POLISH GEOLOGICAL SOC
ANNALI DELL ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITA IST POLIGRAFICO ZECCA STATO
ANNALS OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE INST AGRICULTURAL MEDICINE
ANNALS OF FAMILY MEDICINE ANNALS FAMILY MEDICINE
ANNALS OF GEOPHYSICS ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI GEOFISICA E VULCANOLOGIA
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology MEDKNOW PUBLICATIONS
ANNALS OF SAUDI MEDICINE K FAISAL SPEC HOSP RES CENTRE
Annals of Thoracic Medicine MEDKNOW PUBLICATIONS
Anthropological Notebooks SLOVENE ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOC
ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOC NIPPON
Anthropologist KAMLA-RAJ ENTERPRISES
Anuario de Estudios Americanos CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
Anuario de Historia de la Iglesia SERVICIO PUBLICACIONES UNIVERSIDAD NAVARRA
Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics UNIV BELGRADE
APPLIED ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CORVINUS UNIV BUDAPEST
Aquichan UNIV SABANA, FAC ENFERMARIA
ARABIAN JOURNAL FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING KING FAHD UNIV PETROLEUM MINERALS
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Revista de Geografia Norte Grande PONTIFICA UNIV CATOLICA CHILE, INST GEOGRAFIA
REVISTA DE INDIAS CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS HISTORICUS CONSEJO SUPER INVEST CIENTIF
Revista de la Ciencia del Suelo y Nutricion Vegetal SOC CHILENA CIENCIA SUELO
Revista de la Construccion PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA CHILE, ESCUELA CONSTRUCCION CIVIL
Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia de la Universidad del Zulia UNIV ZULIA, FACULTAD AGRONOMIA
REVISTA DE METALURGIA CENIM
Revista de Nutricao-Brazilian Journal of Nutrition PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDADE CATOLICA CAMPINAS
Revista de Psiquiatria Clinica UNIV SAO PAULO, INST PSIQUIATRIA
REVISTA DE SAUDE PUBLICA REVISTA DE SAUDE PUBLICA
REVISTA DO INSTITUTO DE MEDICINA TROPICAL DE SAO PAULO INST MEDICINA TROPICAL SAO PAULO
REVISTA ESPANOLA DE CARDIOLOGIA EDICIONES DOYMA S A
Revista Espanola de Documentacion Cientifica CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
REVISTA ESPANOLA DE ENFERMEDADES DIGESTIVAS ARAN EDICIONES, S A
Revista Espanola de Salud Publica MINISTERIO DE SANIDAD Y CONSUMO
Revista Facultad de Ingenieria-Universidad de Antioquia IMPRENTA UNIV ANTIOQUIA
Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana SOC MEXICANA FITOGENETICA
Revista Internacional de Contaminacion Ambiental CENTRO CIENCIAS ATMOSFERA UNAM
Revista Internacional de Medicina y Ciencias de la Actividad Fisica y del Deporte RED IRIS
Revista Internacional de Sociologia CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem UNIV SAO PAULO, ESCOLA DE ENFERMAGEM DE RIBEIRAO PRETO
REVISTA LATINOAMERICANA DE PSICOLOGIA FOUNDATION ADVANCEMENT PSYCHOLOGY
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicopatologia Fundamental ASSOC UNIV PEQUISA PSICOPATOLOGIA FUNDAMENTAL
Revista Lusofona de Educacao EDICOES UNIV LUSOFONAS
REVISTA MEDICA DE CHILE SOC MEDICA SANTIAGO
REVISTA MEXICANA DE ASTRONOMIA Y ASTROFISICA UNIV NACIONAL AUTONOMA MEXICO, INST DE ASTRONOMIA
REVISTA MEXICANA DE CIENCIAS GEOLOGICAS CENTRO GEOCIENCIAS UNAM
REVISTA MEXICANA DE FISICA SOC MEXICANA FISICA
Revista Musical Chilena UNIV CHILE, FACULTY ARTS
Revista MVZ Cordoba UNIV CORDOBA
REVISTA PANAMERICANA DE SALUD PUBLICA-PAN AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH PAN AMER HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Revista Portuguesa de Pneumologia SOC PORTUGUESA PNEUMOLOGIA
Revista Signos EDICIONES UNIV VALPARAISO
Revista Tecnica de la Facultad de Ingenieria Universidad del Zulia UNIV ZULIA
Revista Venezolana de Gerencia UNIV ZULIA CENTRO ESTUDIOS EMPRESA
REVSTAT-Statistical Journal INST NACIONAL ESTATISTICA-INE
Revue de Geographie Alpine-Journal of Alpine Research ARMAN COLIN
RLA-Revista de Linguistica Teorica y Aplicada UNIV CONCEPCION, FAC HUMANIDADES ARTE
Rural and Remote Health AUSTRALIAN RURAL HEALTH EDUC NETWORK
SADHANA-ACADEMY PROCEEDINGS IN ENGINEERING SCIENCES INDIAN ACAD SCIENCES
Sahara J-Journal of Social Aspects of HIV-AIDS SA MEDICAL ASSOC HEALTH & MEDICAL PUBL GROUP
Salud Colectiva SALUD COLECTIVA CENTRO ESTUDIOS SALUD
SALUD MENTAL INST MEX PSIQUIATRIA
SALUD PUBLICA DE MEXICO INST NACIONAL SALUD PUBLICA
SAMJ SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL SA MEDICAL ASSOC
Saude e Sociedade UNIV SAO PAULO, FAC SAUDE PUBLICA
Scandinavian Journal of Trauma Resuscitation & Emergency Medicine BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF ADVANCED MATERIALS NATL INST MATERIALS SCIENCE
SCIENCE OF SINTERING INT INST SCIENCE SINTERING (I I S S)
SCIENTIA AGRICOLA UNIV SAO PAOLO
SCIENTIA MARINA INST CIENCIAS MAR BARCELONA
Scientific Research and Essays ACADEMIC JOURNALS
SCOTTISH MEDICAL JOURNAL SCOTTISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
Scripta Nova-Revista Electronica de Geografia y Ciencias Sociales UNIV BARCELONA, DEPT GEOGRAFIA HUMANA
Semina-Ciencias Agrarias UNIV ESTADUAL LONDRINA
SENSORS MDPI AG
Series-Journal of the Spanish Economic Association SPRINGER HEIDELBERG
SHILAP-REVISTA DE LEPIDOPTEROLOGIA SOC HISPANO-LUSO-AMER LEPIDOPTEROLOGIA-SHILAP
Signa Vitae PHARMAMED MADO LTD
SILVA FENNICA FINNISH SOC FOREST SCIENCEFINNISH FOREST RESEARCH
SINGAPORE MEDICAL JOURNAL SINGAPORE MEDICAL ASSOC
Slovenian Veterinary Research UNIV LJUBLJANA, VETERINARY FACULTY
SOLA METEOROLOGICAL SOC JPN
Soldagem & Inspecao ASSOC BRASIL SOLDAGEM
SORT-Statistics and Operations Research Transactions INST ESTADISTICA CATALUNYA-IDESCAT
SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCES
South African Journal of Education EDUCATION ASSOC SOUTH AFRICA
SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE ACAD SCIENCE SOUTH AFRICA A S S AF
SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY SA MEDICAL ASSOC
SPANISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SPANISH NATL INST AGRICULTURAL & FOOD RESEARCH & TECHNOLO
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo SRPSKO LEKARSKO DRUSTVO
Studies in Informatics and Control NATL INST R&D INFORMATICS-ICI
STUDIES IN MYCOLOGY CENTRAALBUREAU SCHIMMELCULTURE
Studies on Ethno-Medicine KAMLA-RAJ ENTERPRISES
Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention and Policy BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
SWISS MEDICAL WEEKLY E M H SWISS MEDICAL PUBLISHERS LTD
Symmetry Integrability and Geometry-Methods and Applications NATL ACAD SCI UKRAINE, INST MATH
Synthesis Philosophica CROATIAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOC
Synthesis-La Plata UNIV NAC PLATA, FAC HUMANIDADES & CIENCIAS EDUC
Tarim Bilimleri Dergisi-Journal of Agricultural Sciences ANKARA UNIV, FAC AGR
Telos TELOS PRESS LTD
TEMPO CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
Tempo Social UNIV SAO PAOLO, DEPT SOCIOLOGIA
Tempo-Niteroi UNIV FED FLUMINENSE, DEPT HISTORIA
Teologia y Vida PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA CHILE, INSTITUTO HISTORIA
TEXAS HEART INSTITUTE JOURNAL TEXAS HEART INST
Texto & Contexto Enfermagem UNIV FEDERAL SANTA CATARINA
Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
THEORIA-REVISTA DE TEORIA HISTORIA Y FUNDAMENTOS DE LA CIENCIA SERVICIO EDITORIAL UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO
Theory and Applications of Categories MOUNT ALLISON UNIV
Thermal Science VINCA INST NUCLEAR SCI
TOHOKU JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE TOHOKU UNIV MEDICAL PRESS
Trabajos de Prehistoria CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
Trakya Universitesi Tip Fakultesi Dergisi EKIN TIBBI YAYINCILIK LTD STI-EKIN MEDICAL PUBL
Trans-Form-Acao UNESP-MARILIA
Transport VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECH UNIV
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences BABES-BOLYAI UNIV
Trials BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
TRIVIUM TRIVIUM PUBLICATIONS DEPT. OF ENGLISH
TROPICAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH PHARMACOTHERAPY GROUP
Tropical Plant Pathology SOC BRASILEIRA FITOPATHOLOGIA
Turk Pediatri Arsivi-Turkish Archives of Pediatrics GALENOS YAYINCILIK
Turk Psikiyatri Dergisi TURKIYE SINIR VE RUH SAGLIGI DERNEGI
Turkderm-Archives of the Turkish Dermatology and Venerology TURKISH SOC DERMATOLOGY VENEROLOGY
Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry TUBITAK SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY
Turkish Journal of Biochemistry-Turk Biyokimya Dergisi TURKISH BIOCHEM SOC
TURKISH JOURNAL OF BIOLOGY TUBITAK SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY
TURKISH JOURNAL OF BOTANY TUBITAK SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY
TURKISH JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY SCIENTIFIC TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY-TUBITAK
TURKISH JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES SCIENTIFIC TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY-TUBITAK
Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences TUBITAK SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY
Turkish Journal of Field Crops SOC FIELD CROP SCI
Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences CENTRAL FISHERIES RESEARCH INST
Turkish Journal of Geriatrics-Turk Geriatri Dergisi GUNES KITABEVI LTD STI
Turkish Journal of Hematology AVES YAYINCILIK
Turkish Journal of Mathematics SCIENTIFIC TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY-TUBITAK
Turkish Journal Of Medical Sciences TUBITAK SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY
Turkish Journal of Rheumatology AVES YAYINCILIK, IBRAHIM KARA
TURKISH JOURNAL OF VETERINARY & ANIMAL SCIENCES SCIENTIFIC TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY-TUBITAK
TURKISH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY TUBITAK SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TURKEY
Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology TURKISH ONLINE JOURNAL EDUCATIONAL TECH-TOJET
Turkiye Fiziksel Tip ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi-Turkish Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation GALENOS YAYINCILIK
UHOD-Uluslararasi Hematoloji-Onkoloji Dergisi AKAD DOKTORLAR YAYINEVI
Ukrainian Journal of Physical Optics INST PHYSICAL OPTICS
Universia Business Review PORTAL UNIV
Universitas Psychologica PONTIFICA UNIV JAVERIANA, FAC PSYCH
UPSALA JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES TAYLOR & FRANCIS AS
Urology Journal UROL & NEPHROL RES CTR-UNRC
Veterinaria Italiana IST ZOOPROFILATTICO SPERIMENTALE ABRUZZO & MOLISE G CAPORALE-IZS A&M
VETERINARIA MEXICO UNIV NACIONAL AUTONOMA MEXICO FACULTAD MEDICINA VETERINARIA ZOOTECNIA
VETERINARNI MEDICINA VETERINARY RESEARCH INST
Virology Journal BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
Viruses-Basel MDPI AG
Vitae-Revista de la Facultad de Quimica Farmaceutica UNIV ANTIOQUIA, FAC QUIMICA FARMACEUTICA
Vjesnik za arheologiju i povijest dalmatinsku ARHEOLOSKI MUZEJ-SPLIT
WATER SA WATER RESEARCH COMMISSION
WEST INDIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL UNIV WEST INDIES FACULTY MEDICAL SCIENCES
World Journal of Surgical Oncology BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
Wspolczesna Onkologia-Contemporary Oncology TERMEDIA PUBLISHING HOUSE LTD
YAKUGAKU ZASSHI-JOURNAL OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN PHARMACEUTICAL SOC JAPAN
YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL YONSEI UNIV COLLEGE MEDICINE
Zbornik Radova Ekonomskog Fakulteta u Rijeci-Proceedings of Rijeka Faculty of Economics UNIV RIJEKA, FAC ECOMOMICS
Zeitschrift fur Katalanistik ALBERT LUDWIGS UNIV
Zemdirbyste-Agriculture LITHUANIAN INST AGRICULTURE
ZooKeys PENSOFT PUBLISHERS
ZOOSYSTEMA PUBLICATIONS SCIENTIFIQUES DU MUSEUM, PARIS

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August 20, 2010

New study examines the economic returns of public access policies

Excerpted from SPARC's August 4 press release:

Delivering timely, open, online access to the results of federally funded research in the United States will significantly increase the return on the public's investment in science, according to a new study by John Houghton at the Centre for Strategic Economic Studies at Victoria University. The study, "The Economic and Social Returns on Investment in Open Archiving Publicly Funded Research Outputs," co-authored by Bruce Rasmussen and Peter Sheehan, was released today by SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition).

[...]

The new study examines the effect of key variables that influence the potential return on investment from this research. These variables concern both access to research - including content embargoes - and the efficiency with which research is applied in practice. The study also defines the additional data and model developments necessary for an accurate estimate of the policy's likely impact.

Depending on the assumed cost of data repositories, the study's preliminary models suggest that FRPAA's enactment could lead to a return on the public's investment of between four and 24 times the costs. Two thirds of this return would accrue within the United States, with the remainder spilling over to other countries. In the U.S., the study suggests that the benefits of public access might total between three and 16 times the cost of the public's investment.

The study closely examines the model's sensitivity to critical assumptions and concludes that the benefits of public access would exceed the costs over a wide range of values. As the study's authors note, "[I]t is difficult to imagine any plausible values for the input data and model parameters that would lead to a fundamentally different answer."

The full text of the study is available at:

http://www.arl.org/sparc/bm~doc/vufrpaa.pdf

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June 23, 2010

New report offers best practices for evaluating public history scholarship

Excerpted from the June 18, 2010 article by Debbie Ann Doyle of the American Historical Association, Public History: Recognition and Reward in Promotion and Tenure:

"Tenure, Promotion, and the Publicly Engaged Academic Historian," a report offering best practices for evaluating public history scholarship in history departments, was adopted by the Organization of American Historians (OAH) Executive Board on April 8, the National Council on Public History (NCPH) Board of Directors on June 3, and the American Historical Association (AHA) Council on June 5.

The report argues that public history work is generally overlooked in a "tenure process that emphasizes single-authored monographs and articles at the expense of other types of scholarly productions." [...]

The report provides clear advice for college and university administrators, department chairs, and faculty. It begins with an overview of existing promotion and tenure standards, analyzes the growing interest of college and university administrators in community engagement, and suggests how public history work should be evaluated as scholarship, teaching, and service. The committee that conducted this study hopes it will have ramifications beyond academia, perhaps in organizations, such as federal or state agencies, where the work of public historians is evaluated in promotion decisions.

A subsequent article in In Higher Ed, Tenure Beyond the Monograph, discusses the report and its implications.

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May 7, 2010

Journals forecast to cost 7-8% more in 2011

Library Journal, in its annual Periodical Price Survey, says that the current state of the dollar means that journal prices will likely average 7-8% more in cost next year. Given the state budget deficit and the effect that will undoubtedly have on funding for higher education, LJ's forecast raises concern about the Libraries' ability to hold off journal cancellations.

Contrary to perceptions that access issues only affect scientists, LJ projects that journals in the social sciences and arts / humanities will actually have a higher price increase than science journals (7.8-7.9% for the former, 7.3% for the latter).

An excerpt:

Price increases notwithstanding, indications are that all academic publishers were affected by the economic downturn. In February 2010, ESBCO conducted a private survey of its 100 largest business partners, including STM and society publishers, university presses, and for-profit consumer houses. Sixty percent of those responding said that the economic downturn had a negative impact on their business in 2009. Twenty-five percent reported a one percent to five percent decline in orders; 30 percent, a five percent to ten percent decline; and 17 percent, a more than ten percent drop.

As expected, print orders in particular declined for 2010, with 58 percent of publishers reporting a reduction in print orders in the five percent to ten percent range. Most publishers also noted that efforts to recapture lost print orders had failed. When asked about pricing plans for 2011, 80 percent of publishers indicated they were considering price increases, possibly coupled with pricing model changes.

The last quarter of 2009 and the first quarter of 2010 saw a number of major publisher acquisitions and mergers. In December 2009, Cinven and Candover announced the sale of Springer to EQT, a Swedish private equity firm. While the Springer sale may not have an immediate consequence on the library market, the new owners will ultimately expect a reasonable return on their investment, which could mean increased pricing pressures. Although the Wiley-Blackwell merger took place in 2007, repercussions were still being felt in 2009 as consortia negotiated new contracts for the combined content. Despite a poor economy and pruned library budgets, the new contracts provided little relief for libraries.

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April 9, 2010

Ithaka Faculty Survey 2009: Attitudes and practices in scholarly communications

Ithaka, the organization behind the electronic journal preservation service Portico, released the faculty survey it has conducted every 3 years since 2000. Responses were received from 3,025 faculty members from "colleges and universities in the United States that grant bachelor's degrees or higher." In the chapter on scholarly communications, they report:

  • With perennial interest from the library community in developing institutional repositories and substantial attention to successful examples of community-driven repositories like arXiv, our study revealed a significant amount of interest in depositing articles, but relatively limited faculty deposit behaviors. Less than 30% of faculty members have deposited any scholarly output or research material into a repository, but nearly 50% have not deposited but hope to do so in the future. Nearly 80%, therefore, report that they are likely to deposit materials in the future. Whether this is cause for hope that faculty are moving toward depositing more of their work or just an indication of good intentions is hard to tell.
  • [R]oughly one-third of faculty members strongly agree that tenure and promotion practices "unnecessarily constrain" their publishing choices, which suggests that a non-trivial share of faculty members would take different approaches to the dissemination of their work if they could. This belief is stronger among social scientists and humanists than among scientists. Despite the concerns of faculty with the unnecessary constraints of tenure and promotion practices around publishing and dissemination choices, career incentives based on traditional practices are likely to continue unless there is an overall cultural shift and structural change driven from the highest levels of academic administrators.
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March 12, 2010

The Open Access citation advantage: Studies and results to date

Alma Swan, a Visiting Researcher in the School of Electronics & Computer Science at the University of Southampton, has issued a report entitled "The Open Access citation advantage: Studies and results to date."

This paper presents a summary of reported studies on the Open Access citation advantage. There is a brief introduction to the main issues involved in carrying out such studies, both methodological and interpretive. The study listing provides some details of the coverage, methodological approach and main conclusions of each study.

27 of the 31 studies found a positive Open Access citation advantage. Agricultural sciences, Communications studies, Medicine, and Physics/Astronomy showed the largest percentage increase in citations with Open Access.

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February 12, 2010

Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines

Since 2005, the Center for Studies in Higher Education (CSHE), UC Berkeley, with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, has been conducting research to understand the needs and practices of faculty for in-progress scholarly communication (i.e., forms of communication employed as research is being executed) as well as archival publication. The complete results of their work can be found at the Future of Scholarly Communication's project website. This report brings together the responses of 160 interviewees across 45, mostly elite, research institutions to closely examine scholarly needs and values in seven selected academic fields: archaeology, astrophysics, biology, economics, history, music, and political science.

Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines

Diane Harley, Sophia Krzys Acord, Sarah Earl-Novell, Shannon Lawrence, C. Judson King

eScholarship January 2010

http://escholarship.org/uc/cshe_fsc

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November 20, 2009

Almost 500 open access titles indexed in ISI Web of Science

ISI reports that their popular index to the scholarly literature, Web of Science, covers the contents of 494 peer-reviewed open access journals. That amounts to 4.5% of the roughly 11,000 journals covered by the service, also known by its subsets -- Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Science Citation Index, and Social Sciences Citation Index.

(Please note that the list is not compiled by the editor/authors of this blog. ISI is wholely owned by Thomson Reuters.)

The OA titles covered by Web of Science as of November 2009:

AAPS JOURNAL
AAPS PHARMSCITECH
ABSTRACT AND APPLIED ANALYSIS
ACTA ADRIATICA
ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA
ACTA BIOQUIMICA CLINICA LATINOAMERICANA
ACTA BOTANICA MEXICANA
ACTA CHIMICA SLOVENICA
ACTA CHROMATOGRAPHICA
ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION F-STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY AND CRYSTALLIZATION COMMUNICATIONS
ACTA GEOLOGICA POLONICA
ACTA HISTOCHEMICA ET CYTOCHEMICA
ACTA MEDICA OKAYAMA
ACTA NEUROBIOLOGIAE EXPERIMENTALIS
ACTA ORTHOPAEDICA
ACTA PALAEONTOLOGICA POLONICA
ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B
ACTA PHYTOTAXONOMICA SINICA
ACTA PROTOZOOLOGICA
ACTA VETERINARIA BRNO
ACTA VETERINARIA SCANDINAVICA
ACTA ZOOLOGICA ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM HUNGARICAE
ADANSONIA
ADVANCES IN DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
ADVANCES IN PHYSIOLOGY EDUCATION
ADVANCES IN THEORETICAL AND MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
AGROCIENCIA
ALCOHOL RESEARCH & HEALTH
ALGEBRAIC AND GEOMETRIC TOPOLOGY
ALGORITHMS FOR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
AMEGHINIANA
AMERICAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION
AMERICAN MUSEUM NOVITATES
ANAIS DA ACADEMIA BRASILEIRA DE CIENCIAS
ANALYTICAL SCIENCES
ANGLE ORTHODONTIST
ANNALES ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM FENNICAE-MATHEMATICA
ANNALES GEOPHYSICAE
ANNALS OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
ANNALS OF FAMILY MEDICINE
ANNALS OF MATHEMATICS
ANNALS OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
ANNALS OF SAUDI MEDICINE
ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE
APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY
ARCHIVES OF HISTOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY
ARCHIVES OF MEDICAL SCIENCE
ARCHIVOS DE MEDICINA VETERINARIA
ARCHIVOS LATINOAMERICANOS DE NUTRICION
ARKIVOC
ARQ
ARQUIVO BRASILEIRO DE MEDICINA VETERINARIA E ZOOTECNIA
ARQUIVOS DE NEURO-PSIQUIATRIA
ASIAN FOLKLORE STUDIES
ASIAN JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY
ASIAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS
ATMOSFERA
ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCHER
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN FUNCTIONS
BEILSTEIN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
BIBLICA
BIOGEOSCIENCES
BIOINORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND APPLICATIONS
BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
BIOLOGICAL PROCEDURES ONLINE
BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
BIOLOGY DIRECT
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING ONLINE
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH-TOKYO
BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
BMC BIOINFORMATICS
BMC BIOLOGY
BMC BIOTECHNOLOGY
BMC CANCER
BMC CELL BIOLOGY
BMC DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
BMC FAMILY PRACTICE
BMC GASTROENTEROLOGY
BMC GENETICS
BMC GENOMICS
BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH
BMC IMMUNOLOGY
BMC INFECTIOUS DISEASES
BMC MEDICAL GENETICS
BMC MEDICAL INFORMATICS AND DECISION MAKING
BMC MEDICAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
BMC MEDICINE
BMC MICROBIOLOGY
BMC MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
BMC MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS
BMC NEUROLOGY
BMC NEUROSCIENCE
BMC PLANT BIOLOGY
BMC PSYCHIATRY
BMC PUBLIC HEALTH
BMC STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
BMC SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
BOLETIN DE LA SOCIEDAD BOTANICA DE MEXICO
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
BRAZILIAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
BREEDING SCIENCE
BULLETIN OF GEOSCIENCES
BULLETIN OF MATERIALS SCIENCE
BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
BULLETIN OF THE KOREAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
BUNSEKI KAGAKU
CA-A CANCER JOURNAL FOR CLINICIANS
CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF RADIOLOGISTS JOURNAL-JOURNAL DE L ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DES RADIOLOGISTES
CANADIAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL SCIENCES AND SPECTROSCOPY
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY
CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
CANCER SCIENCE
CARIBBEAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
CELL CYCLE
CELL RESEARCH
CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LETTERS
CENTRO JOURNAL
CERAMICS-SILIKATY
CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING QUARTERLY
CHEMICKE LISTY
CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
CHINESE MEDICAL JOURNAL
CHUNGARA-REVISTA DE ANTROPOLOGIA CHILENA
CIENCIA E TECNOLOGIA DE ALIMENTOS
CIENCIA FLORESTAL
CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGIA ALIMENTARIA
CIENCIAS MARINAS
CIRCULATION JOURNAL
CLEVELAND CLINIC JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
CLIMATE OF THE PAST
CLINICAL & DEVELOPMENTAL IMMUNOLOGY
CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPTOMETRY
CLINICAL AND INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE
COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
COMPARATIVE AND FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS
CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS
CONTRIBUTIONS TO ZOOLOGY
CONVERGENCIA-REVISTA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES
CORTEX
CROATIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST ENGINEERING
CROATIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
CROATICA CHEMICA ACTA
CURRENT SCIENCE
DADOS-REVISTA DE CIENCIAS SOCIAIS
DANISH MEDICAL BULLETIN
DARU-JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF PHARMACY
DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH
DISCRETE DYNAMICS IN NATURE AND SOCIETY
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS AND THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
DOCUMENTA MATHEMATICA
DUKE LAW JOURNAL
DYNAMICS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
EARTH INTERACTIONS
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY
ECON JOURNAL WATCH
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS IN PROBABILITY
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF COMBINATORICS
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November 13, 2009

Nobel Prize winners urge Congress to ensure public access to federally funded research results

From the Alliance for Taxpayer Access November 10, 2009 press release:

"For America to obtain an optimal return on our investment in science, publicly funded research must be shared as broadly as possible," is the message that forty one Nobel Prize-winning scientists in medicine, physics, and chemistry gave to Congress in an open letter delivered yesterday. The letter marks the fourth time in five years that leading scientists have called on Congress to ensure free, timely access to the results of federally funded research - this time asking leaders to support the Federal Research Public Access Act of 2009 (S.1373).

The Nobel Prize-winners write:

As the pursuit of science is increasingly conducted in a digital world, we need policies that ensure that the opportunities the Internet presents for new research tools and techniques to be employed can be fully exploited. The removal of access barriers and the enabling of expanded use of research findings has the potential to dramatically transform how we approach issues of vital importance to the public, such as biomedicine, climate change, and energy research. As scientists, and as taxpayers too, we support FRPAA and urge its passage.

To read the complete letter, see:
http://www.taxpayeraccess.org/supporters/scientists/nobelists_2009.shtml

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October 2, 2009

57 College Presidents Declare Support for Legislation to Ensure Public Access to Publicly Funded Research

From the Sep 23, 2009 press release from the Alliance for Taxpayer Access:


The Presidents of 57 liberal arts colleges in the U.S., representing 22 states, have declared their support for the Federal Research Public Access Act (S. 1373) in an Open Letter released today. The letter is the first from higher education administrators to be issued in support of the 2009 bill, and further reinforcement that support for the Act exists at the highest levels of the higher education community. The presidents' letter notes, "Adoption of the Federal Research Public Access Act will democratize access to research information funded by tax dollars. It will benefit of education, research, and the general public."

The Federal Research Public Access Act (FRPAA), introduced in June by Senators Lieberman (I-CT) and Cornyn (R-TX), is a bi-partisan measure to ensure online public access to the published results of research funded through eleven U.S. agencies. The bill would require that journal articles stemming from publicly funded research be made available in an online repository no later than six months after publication.


The full text of the letter is available at:
http://www.oberlingroup.org/files/FRPAA%20Presidents%20letter%202009FNL.pdf

The list of signers is here:

Elizabeth Kiss, President, Agnes Scott College
Donna M. Randall, President, Albion College
Anthony W. Marx, President, Amherst College
Steven C. Bails, President Augustana College
Marjorie Hass, President, Austin College
Leon Botstein, President, Bard College
Debora Spar, President, Barnard College
Elaine Tuttle Hansen, President, Bates College
Scott Bierman, President, Beloit College
Barry Mills, President, Bowdoin College
Jane McAuliffe, President, Bryn Mawr College
Brian C. Mitchell, President, Bucknell University
Robert A. Oden, President, Carleton
William D. Adams, President, Colby College
Grant H. Cornwell, President, The College of Wooster
Lyle D. Roelofs, Interim President, Colgate University
Michael McFarland, President, College of the Holy Cross
Richard F. Celeste, President, Colorado College
Leo I. Higdon Jr., President, Connecticut College
Thomas W. Ross, President, Davidson College
Dale Knobel, President, Denison University
Brian W. Casey, President, DePauw University
William G. Durden, President, Dickinson College
Douglas C. Bennett, President and Professor of Politics, Earlham College
Donald R. Eastman III, President, Eckerd College
John A. Fry, President, Franklin and Marshall College
David E. Shi, President, Furman University
Janet Riggs, President, Gettysburg College
Russell K. Osgood, President, Grinnell College
Jack R. Ohle, President, Gustavus Adolphus College
James E. Bultman, President, Hope College
Eileen B. Wilson-Oyelaran, President, Kalamazoo College
S. Georgia Nugent, President, Kenyon College
Daniel H. Weiss, President, Lafayette College
Jill Beck, President, Lawrence University
Brian C. Rosenberg, President, Macalester College
Ronald D. Liebowitz, President, Middlebury College
Robert Franklin, President, Morehouse College
Marvin Krislov, President, Oberlin College
Rock Jones, President, Ohio Wesleyan University
Colin S. Diver, President, Reed College
William Troutt, President, Rhodes College
Lewis M. Duncan, President, Rollins College
William L. Fox, President. St. Lawrence University
David R. Anderson, President, St. Olaf College
Karen R. Lawrence, President, Sarah Lawrence College
Philip A. Glotzbach, President, Skidmore College
Carol T. Christ, President, Smith College
Rebecca Chopp, President, Swarthmore College
Beverly Tatum, President, Spelman College
John R. Brazil, President, Trinity University (TX)
Catherine B. Hill, President, Vassar College
Patrick E. White, President, Wabash College
Kenneth P. Ruscio, President, Washington and Lee University
H. Kim Bottomly, President, Wellesley College
George Bridges, President, Whitman College
M. Lee Pelton, President, Willamette University

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June 19, 2009

University Press directors endorse public access to scholarly articles

On June 3, the directors of ten U.S. and Canadian university presses released this statement:

Position Statement From University Press Directors on Free Access to Scholarly Journal Articles:

1. The undersigned university press directors support the dissemination of scholarly research as broadly as possible.

2. We support the free access to scientific, technical, and medical journal articles no later than 12 months after publication. We understand that the length of time before free release of journal articles will by necessity vary for other disciplines.

3. We support the principle that scholarly research fully funded by governmental entities is a public good and should be treated as such. We support legislation that strengthens this principle and oppose legislation designed to weaken it.

4. We support the archiving and free release of the final, published version of scholarly journal articles to ensure accuracy and citation reliability.

5. We will work directly with academic libraries, governmental entities, scholarly societies, and faculty to determine appropriate strategies concerning dissemination options, including institutional repositories and national scholarly archives.

The participating presses:

  1. Athabasca University Press
  2. Penn State University Press
  3. Rockefeller University Press
  4. University Press of Florida
  5. University of Akron Press
  6. University of Calgary Press
  7. University of Massachusetts Press
  8. University of Michigan Press
  9. University Press of New England
  10. Wayne State University Press

The statement was covered by the Chronicle of Higher Education in its June 5 Wired Campus.

Peter Suber from Open Access News comments: "This is significant. It's the first statement in support of OA from a group of mostly-TA publishers and the first from a group of mostly-book publishers. It's also an important reproach to the American Association of University Presses, which publicly supported the Conyers bill last September without consulting its members."

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May 29, 2009

University of California Libraries release Open Letter to Licensed Content Providers on CA budget crisis

This week Ivy Anderson, Director of Collections for the California Digital Library, sent the following open letter to most of CDL's key content providers.


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OPEN LETTER TO LICENSED CONTENT PROVIDERS

The University of California Libraries ask all information providers with whom we negotiate content licenses to respond to the major fiscal challenges affecting higher education in California in a spirit of collaboration and mutual problem-solving. We expect to work with each of our vendors at renewal to develop creative solutions that can preserve the greatest amount of content to meet the information needs of the University of California’s students, faculty, and researchers.

The University of California Libraries, including the California Digital Library (CDL), share the economic concerns expressed in the Statement to Scholarly Publishers on the Global Economic Crisis issued by the Association of Research Libraries <http://www.arl.org/bm~doc/economic-statement-2009.pdf> and the Statement on the Global Economic Crisis issued by the International Coalition of Library Consortia <http://www.library.yale.edu/consortia/icolc-econcrisis-0109.htm>. The economic crisis affecting libraries is particularly acute in California, which as of this writing (May 2009) is forecasting a $21 billion state budget shortfall for 2010 despite previous efforts to close a $42 billion budget gap in 2009.

As a state-supported institution, the University of California has experienced significant budget reductions in fiscal year 2009, with more reductions to come. The $531 million shortfall now anticipated in state funding for the 2009-10 fiscal year amounts to nearly 17 percent of the $3.2 billion the state provides UC annually. Numerous cost containment measures are in place across the university, including salary and other compensation freezes for senior managers, hiring curtailments for other staff, travel restrictions, and other mandated reductions. More information about the UC budget situation is available on the University’s Web site at http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/budget

UC Libraries are being hit hard by the budget reduction mandates in effect at each of the UC campuses. Targeted reductions to library materials budgets for fiscal year 2010 vary across the campuses, with some as high as 20%. Many campuses have been alerted that additional cuts will be levied in fiscal year 2011. Coupled with the typical inflationary increases for scholarly publications, the erosion of library buying power will have a profound and lasting impact on all of the UC libraries. Monographic purchasing has already been seriously curtailed, and every electronic content license is being placed under careful scrutiny.

While we will not be able to spare every product, we will pursue every possible creative option to maintain access to resources important to the UC mission. These options may include developing processes for individual campuses to disengage from systemwide agreements without penalty to other campuses and without penalties being levied upon re-entry; deeper overall discounts when new or add-on products are acquired; and in some if not many cases, outright cost reductions. We welcome all innovative proposals for managing through these difficult times.

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February 20, 2009

New Statement on Disseminating University Research and Scholarship

Four major university associations have issued a call for action:
* Association of American Universities (AAU)
* Association of Research Libraries (ARL)
* Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
* National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)

The document is called "The University’s Role in the Dissemination of Research and Scholarship – A Call to Action." The statement has separate recommendations aimed at campus leaders and at associations serving research institutions or university consortia.

According to Charles Lowry of ARL:
"The statement is the outgrowth of a roundtable discussion held last August that engaged provosts, chief research officers, chief information officers, senior faculty, and library and university press directors. The roundtable was initiated by ARL and jointly organized with AAU, NASULGC, and CNI to identify actions that should be taken to expand the dissemination of the products of the university community’s research and scholarship. Leadership bodies at all four organizations reviewed the statement and voted their support for the recommended actions."

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November 21, 2008

New Model Publications Study with U-MN participants

The Association of Research Libraries has just issued a report studying the many new kinds of works that researchers and scholars are using. Last summer twenty U-MN librarians interviewed faculty members across a range of disciplines to inform the report. The full report and a searchable database of the collected examples are linked from ARL's press release. An excerpt:

The study had two segments: the first phase—the field study—engaged librarian volunteers in arranging structured conversations with faculty members at their institutions to learn about new model publications that are currently in use by scholars and researchers, while the second phase consisted of interviews with selected managers of new model works and the preparation of a study report. ARL contracted with Ithaka to manage the field study and to write the final report based on analysis of the collected works.

Both the study report and a searchable collection of new model resources gathered during the study are now freely available. The report provides a detailed picture of the patterns and trends that have emerged to date. Emergent genres, disciplinary patterns, and peer review practices are all described. The accompanying searchable collection offers 206 examples of new model works along with descriptive information gathered for the study.

Over 300 librarians participated in the field study phase and interviewed hundreds of faculty members from across the disciplinary spectrum. They contributed records of more than 300 new kinds of scholarly works that are currently in use in a broad range of disciplines.

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September 5, 2008

New listing: Publishers allowing the deposition of their published version/PDF in Institutional Repositories

If you're looking at a long list of published works that may be candidates for deposit to the University Digital Conservancy or another repository, it's difficult to know where to begin. SHERPA/RoMEO made determining which of those items are the "low hanging fruit" a little easier last week when they added this page to their site:
http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/PDFandIR.html

The page lists all publishers that allow authors to deposit the published version of their article into their institutional repository. As of today, the list includes 51 publishers that allow deposit with no embargo or fee. You'll still need to check the individual publisher's record--some require things like a link to the publisher's site--but you won't need to find the author's post-refereed final draft.

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July 2, 2008

New report advocates for tenure codes that reward public scholarship

From the June 26, 2008 Chronicle of Higher Education ("Colleges Should Change Policies to Encourage Scholarship Devoted to the Public Good, Report Says," by Audrey Williams June):

A national consortium of more than 80 colleges and universities is urging higher education to revamp its tenure and promotion policies so that what it calls public scholarship is recognized and rewarded.

In a new report, the group, Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, details the obstacles that exist for faculty members in the arts, humanities, and design whose scholarly or creative work is done with, for, or about the public, and contributes to the public good. The report [pdf], "Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University," also offers strategies that colleges can use to create attractive environments for such work to be done and reviewed.

"The bottom line is excellent scholarship is just that—excellent scholarship," said Timothy K. Eatman, assistant professor of higher education at Syracuse University and a co-author of the report, which was produced by the consortium's tenure team. "What we want to do is make sure there are ways for public scholarship to be evaluated so we can discern what is excellent and what isn't."

[...]

Imagining America will continue the dialogue on the value of public scholarship at its national conference at the University of Southern California in October and at regional conferences held this year and next. However, the report's authors say that people can use the report to begin the discussion about reshaping tenure and promotion policies now.

The University of Minnesota was represented on the group by Gail Dubrow, Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost.

President Bruininks is also mentioned in the report:

Robert Bruininks, former provost and current president of the University of Minnesota, made public engagement his issue, starting a reexamination of the university’s public mission and the implications of this mission for scholarship and creative practice. This civic thrust, sustained by the Council on Public Engagement and the Vice President for Engagement, is now in its seventh year.

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June 20, 2008

Mathematicians critique "the use and misuse of citation data"

In a report dated June 12, 2008, the International Mathematical Union (IMU), in cooperation with the International Council of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), express concern about overreliance on journal impact factors in decisions about library subscriptions and granting of tenure.

From the report's Executive Summary:

Using citation data to assess research ultimately means using citation?based statistics to rank things—journals, papers, people, programs, and disciplines. The statistical tools used to rank these things are often misunderstood and misused.
• For journals, the impact factor is most often used for ranking. This is a simple average derived from the distribution of citations for a collection of articles in the journal. The average captures only a small amount of information about that distribution, and it is a rather crude statistic. In addition, there are many confounding factors when judging journals by citations, and any comparison of journals requires caution when using impact factors. Using the impact factor alone to judge a journal is like using weight alone to judge a person's health.
• For papers, instead of relying on the actual count of citations to compare individual papers, people frequently substitute the impact factor of the journals in which the papers appear. They believe that higher impact factors must mean higher citation counts. But this is often not the case! This is a pervasive misuse of statistics that needs to be challenged whenever and wherever it occurs.
• For individual scientists, complete citation records can be difficult to compare. As a consequence, there have been attempts to find simple statistics that capture the full complexity of a scientist's citation record with a single number. The most notable of these is the h?index, which seems to be gaining in popularity. But even a casual inspection of the h?index and its variants shows that these are naïve attempts to understand complicated citation records. While they capture a small amount of information about the distribution of a scientist's citations, they lose crucial information that is essential for the assessment of research.

The Wall Street Journal, in a June 16 article covering the report, gives an example from the authors' field:

Mathematicians are particularly vulnerable to quirks in the impact factor, Mr. Ewing said, noting that his colleagues are more likely to cite older work — while impact factors use citations within two years of publication — and that in general they cite much less than other scientists. “Some dean somewhere in a small university might conclude biologists are six times as smart as mathematicians,? Mr. Ewing said, adding that it makes about as much sense as ranking people’s popularity by the number of people whose hands they’ve shaken.

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June 13, 2008

Scholars Speak: Interviews with scholars in various disciplines

From SPARC's June 10 press release:

The Create Change Web site emphasizes the rapid and irreversible changes occurring in the ways faculty share and use academic research results. The site outlines how the advancement of knowledge is fueled by accelerating and enhancing sharing - of journal articles, research data, simulations, syntheses, analyses and other findings. Create Change offers faculty practical ways to look out for their own interests as researchers and delivers the personal perspectives of scholars in 10 different disciplines, from music therapy to chemistry to microbiology, on the benefits of sharing. New interviews are added regularly.

[...]

Comments are drawn from full-length interviews published on the Create Change Web site at http://www.createchange.org and target the advantages of depositing works in a digital repository, the ways communication should change in the digital environment, the impact of Open Access and how to maximize scientific progress.

http://www.createchange.org/cases/index.shtml

Interview subjects:

* Linda Hutcheon, Professor of English, University of Toronto
* David Morrison, Professor of Mathematics and Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara
* Carolyn Kenny, Professor of Human Development and Indigenous Studies, Antioch University
* Gary Ward, Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of Vermont
* Gordon Henry Guyatt, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Ontario
* Roy Rosenzweig, former Professor of History and New Media, George Mason University
* Martin Osborne, Professor of Economics, University of Toronto
* Leslie Pack Kaelbling, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
* Zhigang Suo, Professor of Mechanics and Materials, Harvard University
* R. Stephen Berry, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemistry and the James Franck Institute, University of Chicago

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April 25, 2008

Are impact factors inflated?

In a new working paper published in the California Digital Library's eScholarship repository, economist Ted Bergstrom (University of California, Santa Barbara) and colleagues look at Differences in Impact Factor Across Fields and Over Time.

The Abstract:

The impact factor of an academic journal for any year is the number of times the average article published in that journal in the previous two years are cited in that year. From 1994-2005, the average impact factor of journals listed by the ISI has been increasing by an average of 2.6 percent per year. This paper documents this growth and explores its causes.

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February 8, 2008

AAP/PSP response to NIH mandate for open access

The Professional/Scholarly Publishing division of the Association of American Publishers issued a press release on January 3 (PDF). Though the new NIH policy had a lengthy public comment period, the association vows to continue its fight and outlines its strategy. Excerpt:

[J]ournal publishers who have opposed the policy will continue to pursue their concerns with Congress regarding the policy’s negative impact on science publishing and the protection of related intellectual property rights. Publishers will also urge NIH to conduct a rulemaking proceeding, with opportunity for public comment, before implementing the new policy.

Peter Suber of Open Access News predicts that there will be "a publisher lawsuit to halt or delay the OA mandate at the NIH" and suggests that AAP's press release is "the public version of a legal brief." His point-by-point response is available in the January 4 edition of his newsletter.

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November 16, 2007

Society publishers with open access journals

Peter Suber of Earlham College and Caroline Sutton of Co-Action Publishing have produced "a comprehensive list of scholarly societies worldwide that support gold [Open Access] for their own journals." The Excel spreadsheet is sharable under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
http://www.co-action.net/projects/OAsocieties

In Phase Two of their research, the authors hope to "survey the societies turned up in Phase One in order to learn details about their turn to OA, their business models, and the financial and academic consequences of their OA policies."

More information about the project is available at Prof. Suber's Open Access Newsletter:
http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/newsletter/11-02-07.htm#list

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September 15, 2006

Excerpted from Scott Jaschik's article "Momentum for Open Access Research" in the September 6 edition of Inside Higher Ed:

[...] Now the presidents of 53 liberal arts colleges ­ at the behest of their librarians ­ are issuing a joint letter backing the [Federal Public Research Access Act] legislation. And while it is unlikely that the bill will pass this year, the new letter that was released Tuesday is part of a broader effort by open access supporters to place higher education in a new position when the debate is renewed next year.

[...]

The letter from the liberal arts college presidents is straightforward. It says that their institutions can’t afford rising journal prices, that their faculties and students want more access to journals than the institutions can provide, and that liberal arts colleges play a key role in producing future Ph.D.’s, so their exposure to journals matters. Oberlin is among many liberal arts colleges with unusually high percentages of graduates who go on to earn doctorates.

[...]

[Diane Graves, university librarian at Trinity University, in Texas] said that in five years in her position, her library has received “generous? overall budget increases from the university, but that they are never enough to keep up with journal inflation. Dozens of journals have been cut, and she is forced each year to go to each academic department to seek agreement on what to eliminate. What frustrates her the most, she said, is continuing to cut off access to information professors and students want ­ when the model being pushed by the legislation would provide that knowledge without increasing the college’s costs.

As for the scholarly societies, Graves said that she knew that they did valuable work, but questioned why that work needed to be subsidized by journals. “A lot of societies have relied on journals to fund other activities. But why should libraries at colleges ­ nonprofit entities within nonprofit entities ­ fund those activities? Shouldn’t members be funding those activities? We need to have this conversation.?

[...]

[Barbara Allen, director of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, which coordinated the letter from university provosts] said that the publishers’ arguments were “speculative? and “alarmist,? and that her members didn’t want to destroy peer review. She said that they were committed to keeping peer review viable, and that all kinds of models could support it ­ once people stop trying to defend the current system at all costs.

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July 28, 2006

An Open Letter to the Higher Education Community

Excerpted from Scott Jaschik's article "Rallying Behind Open Access" in the July 28 edition of Inside Higher Ed:

If universities pay the salaries of researchers and provide them with labs, and the federal government provides those researchers with grants for their studies, why should those same universities feel they can’t afford to have access to research findings?

That’s part of the argument behind a push by some in Congress to make such findings widely available at no charge. The Federal Public Research Access Act would require federal agencies to publish their findings, online and free, within six months of their publication elsewhere. Proponents of the legislation, including many librarians and professors frustrated by skyrocketing journal prices, see such “open access? as entirely fair. But publishers — including many scholarly associations — have attacked the bill, warning that it could endanger research and kill off many journals.

In an attempt to refocus the debate, the provosts of 25 top universities are jointly releasing an open letter that strongly backs the bill and encourages higher education to prepare for a new way of disseminating research findings. “Widespread public dissemination levels the economic playing field for researchers outside of well-funded universities and research centers and creates more opportunities for innovation. Ease of access and discovery also encourages use by scholars outside traditional disciplinary communities, thus encouraging imaginative and productive scholarly convergence,? the provosts write.

[...]

The letter originated with the provosts of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, which includes the universities of the Big Ten Conference plus the University of Chicago. Others joining the effort include the provosts of such institutions as Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Texas A&M University, the University of California, the University of Rochester, Vanderbilt University, and Washington University in St. Louis.

[...]

It’s not at all clear that the legislation will go anywhere this year, with Congress already headed into pre-election season and debates over scholarly publishing not exactly competing with Iraq or the economy for voters’ attention. But the proposal is almost sure to return next year ­ and the provosts’ action marks a shift of sorts for academic leaders.

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May 17, 2006

Library Journal's Annual Periodicals Price Survey

Two excerpts from the LJ article on the survey by Lee C. Van Orsdel & Kathleen Born:

Academic libraries saw [journal] price increases just under 8% overall in 2006...

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Some [open access journals] are demonstrating the power of open access by accruing impressive impact factors as young journals. In its second year of publication, PLoS Biology had an impact factor of 13.9, making it the highest ranked general biology journal in the world, and five OA journals from BioMed Central ranked in the top five journals in their specialties. These successes are backed by research showing that OA articles generate between 25% and 250% more citations than non-OA articles in the same journal from the same year. The oft-quoted report can be found at eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/11688.

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April 18, 2006

Wilinsky's "Access Principle" is now published open access

From the listserv AmSci Forum , Stevan Harnad (U Southampton) wrote:

John Willinsky's (2005) excellent book on Open Access is now available Open Access. Its only short-coming is that it makes absolutely no mention of its predecessor, the first book on Open Access, edited by Okerson & O'Donnell (1995), published over a decade earlier:

Okerson, A.S. & O'Donnell, J.J. (1995) (Eds.) Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: A Subversive Proposal for Electronic Publishing. Association of Research Libraries.
http://www.arl.org/scomm/subversive/intro.html

Willinsky, J. (2005) The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship MIT Press
http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/ebook.asp?ttype=2&tid=10611
https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/willinsky/TheAccessPrinciple_TheMITPress_0262232421.pdf

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March 28, 2006

Preprints, Citations, Downloads and Open Access: Paper Suggests a Complex Relationship

From the 3-23-06 Library Journal Academic Newswire:

Looking at mathematics journals in the arXiv repository at Cornell, researchers Phil Davis and Michael Fromerth crunched numbers hoping to shed light on two pressing questions. First, do the articles in arXiv get more citations than non-deposited articles? And second, are the articles in arXiv associated with fewer downloads from publishers' sites? Both answers appear to be yes. According to their study, an analysis of 2,765 articles published from 1997-2005 in four journals, the articles deposited in arXiv received 35 percent more citations on average than non-deposited papers, and 23 percent fewer publisher downloads. Those findings are now initiating some intense discussion. "Personally, I was skeptical of finding any evidence for reduced download," Davis told the LJ Academic Newswire. "I had seen reports from several publishers and thought they were jumping to unsupportable conclusions. The data, however, spoke for itself." Davis, a life sciences librarian and bibliographer, says there is "clear evidence" that articles deposited in the arXiv receive "significantly fewer downloads" from the publishers' websites. Equally eye-opening, however, is another aspect of the paper: why the articles they looked at had more citations.

Since 2001, Davis notes, the general assumption was that increased access led to increased citations. "It was a simple model and it seemed to confirm what librarians wanted to hear," he said. "What we did in our analysis that wasn't done in most of the studies before us was to attempt to ascertain how [the citation increase] really happens." Davis says his research indicates that a number of factors, not just open access, are responsible for the increase in citations. The authors tested a number of postulates, including evidence of a "quality differential" postulate—that is that better articles are deposited in arXiv—and found "a lot of evidence" supporting this explanation. "We are not arguing that open access has no effect on citations," he said, "just that its effect may be severely limited to highly-cited articles." While the authors acknowledge the limitations of their research, they say that, for some, their conclusions "challenge the dogma that open access is a single and unqualified cause" for increased citations. Instead, "there are likely multiple behavioral causes working simultaneously," Davis asserts. Meanwhile, that conclusion seems to have generated some unease among OA advocates. "This paper has started some really stimulating dialog," Davis said, adding that it has also "upset many people," who fear the results will be used to impugn OA. "I've been told that it will unfairly benefit publishers, and we have received multiple requests to change the wording of our abstract." Davis says he is resisting those requests, but welcomes others to test his study, and to conduct their own in other disciplines.

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March 7, 2005

American Chemical Society broadens access to its articles

Conditions set for free availability one year after publication

The American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, is broadening access to research articles published in its 33 scholarly journals. The Society is introducing two new experimental policies that define how readers can view free digital versions of ACS articles beginning one year after publication.

First, in response to public access guidelines recently released by the NIH, the ACS will post, for public accessibility 12 months after publication, the peer-reviewed version of authors' manuscripts on the National Library of Medicine's PubMed Central during 2005. The NIH policy encourages authors whose work it funds to submit their peer-reviewed manuscripts to PubMed Central, the agency's free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.

Commenting on this new service, ACS Publications Senior Vice President Brian Crawford said, "We understand that NIH-funded authors will wish to comply voluntarily with the NIH's policy request. By introducing this service, the ACS will take on the administrative burden of compliance and at the same time will ensure the integrity of the scientific literature by depositing the appropriate author version of the manuscript after peer-review."

Second, as a value-added service to ACS authors and a method of further opening access to its content, the full-text version of all research articles published in ACS journals will be made available at no charge via an author-directed Web link 12 months after final publication. Allowing unrestricted access to articles 12 months after publication is an expansion of the Society's current practice of permitting 50 downloads of authors' articles free of charge during the first year of publication. This initiative will go into effect during 2005.

"We are very pleased to expand access in this way to research published in ACS journals," said Crawford. "It is fundamental to the ACS mission to support and promote the research enterprise and to foster communication among its scientists. Providing unrestricted access via author-directed links 12 months after publication - in addition to the 50 free e-prints currently allowed during the first year of publication - reinforces that mission."

Robert Bovenschulte, president of the ACS Publications Division, said, "These experimental policies balance the important goal of expanding dissemination of research with the need to preserve the integrity of the scientific record as well as the viability of our journals program."

The American Chemical Society is a nonprofit organization, chartered by the U.S. Congress, with a multidisciplinary membership of more than 158,000 chemists and chemical engineers. It publishes numerous scientific journals and databases, convenes major research conferences and provides educational, science policy and career programs in chemistry. Its main offices are in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio.

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February 10, 2005

PLoS position on recent NIH announcement

From PLoS:
The US government has now endorsed the principle that the results of federally funded research should be freely available to the public, said Michael B. Eisner, Ph.D., co-founder of PLoS. Scientists and the scientific community now have an historic opportunity to make this principle a reality.

Yesterday the U.S. National Institutes of Health announced its new Public Access Policy, requesting that NIH funded authors deposit their published research articles in the National Library of Medicines PubMed Central, making them freely available online as soon as possible after publication (but within 12 months). You can view the full press release and other information about the policy at: http://www.nih.gov/about/publicaccess/index.htm.

Because you are a supporter of open access and an Institutional Member, we wanted to send you our most recent position on the NIH announcement and encourage all of our members to inform themselves and faculty members about this policy. You can read our press release here: http://www.plos.org/news/announce_nihpapolicy.html.

We also hope that you will encourage faculty and authors at your institution to comply with this policy by requesting that their papers be made available in PubMedCentral immediately upon publication. We will keep you informed and share our ideas and resources on this policy, and hope you will let us know if you have any questions or ideas about how its successful implementation can be achieved.

Donna Okubo
Institutional Relations Manager
185 Berry Street, Suite 1300
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 624-1213
(415) 546-4090 (Fax)
dokubo@plos.org
www.plos.org

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February 4, 2005

U. North Carolina Convocation on Scholarly Communications

From Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information:

Last week, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill held a two day convocation on the changing shape of scholarly communications in the digital world. I was fortunate enough to be able to attend part of the meeting. As background for the convocation, a number of members of the campus community developed white papers to help inform the discussion.


These include a number of superb and rather unusual papers written by faculty and taking a very valuable disciplinary perspective on the evolution of scholarly communication. These papers are available at

http://www.unc.edu/scholcomdig/

I learned a great deal from reading these papers, and I believe that they may be valuable not just to readers interested in scholarly communications developments, but perhaps specifically as resources and sources of ideas for other institutions planning similar campus-wide discussions.

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January 20, 2005

CIC Report on Scholarly Communications

The final version of the Report from the CIC Summit on Scholarly Communications: Access to Journal Literature is now available on the CIC website: http://www.cic.uiuc.edu/groups/CICMembers/archive/Report/SCSreportJan2005.pdf

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January 10, 2005

Successful Publishers Announced under JISC's Open Access Programme

Following a remarkable year for the spread of open access ideas and the gathering of momentum for real change, the New Year begins with an announcement by JISC of the winners of funding under the second round of its Open Access programme. Following the success of the first year of the JISC programme, the decision has been made to award five publishers funds to support open access delivery for their journals.

A total of 150,000 will be awarded to some of the key scholarly publications in their fields. These journals are: The New Journal of Physics (published by the Institute of Physics Publishing); Nucleic Acids Research (Oxford University Press); Journal of Medical Genetics (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd); the journals of the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr); and The Journal of Experimental Botany (The Society for Experimental Biology). JISC funding will ensure the waiving of all or part of the submission/publication fees for all UK HE authors. The New Journal of Physics, the IUCr and the Journal of Experimental Botany were successful bidders in the first round of funding, these further funds enabling them to consolidate the considerable gains made during the first year of the programme.

Preliminary results from the first year of the open access programme show that JISC funding has enabled significant advances to be made by the successful publishers and their journals in terms of submissions, access, visibility and costs:

The New Journal of Physics has seen UK submissions increase by 300% in the last six months, while access to articles from UK users has risen 71%. The journal's impact factor has risen from 1.76 to 2.48. The Journal of Experimental Biology has seen access rise by 27%, with JISC support enabling the journal to maintain its subscription costs at the 2004 level. Access has risen by some 300% for the journals of the International Union of Crystallography, "making UK crystallographic research much more visible worldwide." Uptake of PLoS Biology, a new journal, has been "remarkably robust", and JISC support has helped PLoS's strong advocacy role, including oral testimony to the House of Commons Select Committee by Harold Varmus, founder of PLoS.

Peter Strickland, Managing Editor of the IUCr journals, welcomed the continued investment represented by the second round of the JISC programme: "I am very pleased that the IUCr has been awarded a second round of funding by JISC. This will give valuable impetus to our open-access publishing initiative, which has received very positive feedback from our authors and editors, and has significantly increased access to structural science research worldwide."

"With the rapid growth in Open Access options, the ability to fund publication charges has become an important consideration in the decision where to publish," said Ken Lillywhite, Journals Business Director at Institute of Physics Publishing, another second-time recipient of funding. "By funding publication charges for New Journal of Physics, JISC has effectively removed this barrier for every British scientist working in a HEFCE-funded institution. Since JISC's decision to offer financial support for authors publishing in our journal, we have received many more UK papers from scientists working in British universities. We look forward to further growth in 2005."

Mary Traynor, Managing Editor of the Journal of Experimental Botany said: "The Journal of Experimental Botany is the only high ranking plant science journal offering an Open Access option to all plant scientists. We have been highly encouraged by the initial success of our policy and the JISC award will support development of our initiative in addition to enabling us to waive Open Access fees for UK authors."

Professor Eamonn Maher, Editor of Journal of Medical Genetics, commented: "I think this is a very exciting development that will be followed with great interest by journal editors, authors and subscribers. The JISC support has provided a wonderful opportunity to study the possible consequences of an open-access policy for a clinical medical journal."

"We are delighted that JISC is supporting our open access initiative with Nucleic Acids Research," said Martin Richardson, Managing Director of Oxford Journals at Oxford University Press. "NAR is one of the most prestigious journals to make a complete switch to open access, and our University Press status means that we're keen to experiment with, and learn from, new distribution models that might help make research more accessible. Support from JISC will really help us and our authors test the viability of this model."

Lorraine Estelle, JISC Collections Team Manager, who announced the results of the second round, said: "The first round of this programme has been a significant success, giving us some much-needed evidence of the potential of open access to stimulate research and to make visible the outputs of researchers in the UK. We look forward to the further success of this programme."

A further round of funding will be made available to the publishing community later in 2005.

For further information, please contact:

Lorraine Estelle (JISC) on 020 7848 2563 or 07767 297171 or e-mail:
mailto:l.estelle@jisc.ac.uk
Or
Fred Friend (JISC) on 01494 563168, or 07747 627738, or e-mail:
mailto:f.friend@ucl.ac.uk

Publishers
Peter Strickland, Managing Editor, IUCr Journals - 01244 342878 or
mailto:ps@iucr.org

Mary Traynor, Managing Editor, Journal of Experimental Biology - 01524
594587 or mailto:m.traynor@lancaster.ac.uk

Tim Smith, Publisher, New Journal of Physics mailto:tim.smith@iop.org

Andrea Horgan, Managing Editor, BMJ Publishing Group Ltd - 020 7383 6263
or mailto:ahorgan@bmjgroup.com

Rachel Goode, Communications Manager, Oxford Journals, OUP - +44 (0)1865
353388 or mailto:rachel.goode@oupjournals.org

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