- Cameron Neylon ()
Dr Paul AYRIS
This Breakout Group will look at the new role of the Institution as publisher. Open Access allows the academy to re-assert its role in the dissemination of research outputs. Across Europe, there are examples of libraries taking on such a role in the establishment of Open Access University Presses. This is a new role for libraries. As a result, they are no longer simply the curator and...
Mrs Alma SWAN
The session on Open Access policy will cover the current picture with respect to policies worldwide. We will present the data from the PASTEUR4OA project which has analysed all existing policies and analysed the aspects of policy that prove most effective. The project has also redesigned and rebuilt ROARMAP, the policy registry, and we will explain what that database now holds and how to...
5. BG3 - Monitoring progress towards Open Access - tools for institutions, funders and other decision makers
Mr David Ball, Mr Lars BJØRNSHAUGE, Mr Mikael K. Elbaek
Mikael K. Elbæk : Open Access Barometer to Open Access Indicator: lessons learned from the journey from idea, to a prototype to become instrumental for the Danish Open Access strategy. Monitoring a phenomenon has two remarkable effects; first it enables us to understand its properties and interact with the object or phenomenon in an informed way. The second effect (an interesting fact about...
Mr Jonas Holm, Mrs Susan Reilly
Text and Data Mining (TDM) as a technique for analysing and extracting new insights and knowledge from the increasing masses of so called big data and a wide array of academic fields from science to the humanities will only increase in importance. Yet the current legal framework in the EU facilitates far from optimal conditions for TDM research. This workshop gives an overview of the legal...
Mrs Eliane Blumer (UNIGE)
Discussion on the management of research data doesn't have to break out, it already has. However, every institution has different needs and usually applies its own strategy. In this context, this breakout session seeks to further break out on RDM services by addressing questions such as: What services are already in place? What feedback can be collected from their users? What are the needs for...
Dr Frank Manista, Dr Torsten REIMER
This session will cover the range of activities involved in management of APC payments, from negotiations with publishers and development of offset arrangements, to administration, monitoring and access. To provide some context, the session will outline a local perspective from a research-intensive university, Imperial College London, and a national perspective from Jisc in the UK. It will...