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University supports for Open Access: a Canadian national study Morrison, Heather; Greyson, Devon 2009

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Heather Morrison & Devon GreysonUBC Open Access WeekOctober 20, 2009University Supports for Open Access: A Canadian National StudyThe Story of our StudyThe story of the study contentAn investigation of how universities are responding to funder OA mandatesThe meta-story of the research processA description of our research team and how this project happenedElements of a StoryPoint of View (Research Team)Characters SettingConflict (Research Question)Plot (Methods)Climax (Results)Theme (Conclusions)Point of View (Rsch Team)SettingCanadian Research UniversitiesLibraries are CARL membersResearch Administrators are CAURA members2009, Contemporary era of transition in scholarly communications…University-based Research Life CycleCharactersResearch FundersResearchersResearch Administration OfficesUniversity LibrariesUniversity-based Research Other, Minor CharactersInstitutional RepositoriesUniversity PressesPublishersGrants Facilitators outside the RAOOthers…?The StoryFunder says to Researcher “Make your work OA”Researcher must comply by either publishing or archiving OA“Early adopters” are already doing thisWhat about the rest of the researcher world?What will support and enable this shift for the masses?University-based Research Funder (e.g. CIHR)OApolicyThe StoryIn University, we have characters who support Researchers LibrariesAccess to info, some publishing, some archivingRAOsGrants application, administration, reportingUniversity Research SupportStory Conflict (Research Question)Will University Libraries and Research Administration Offices respond to new funder OA requirements placed upon their researchers?If so, how?Awareness?Mandate?Actions?Study Plot (Methods)Sample: 27 UniversitiesSurvey method: email solicitations, online survey (all bilingual)Analysis: descriptive statistics, statistical testing for difference across key groups of interest, thematic analysis of free-text answersClimax (Results)Different Mandates; Different RolesAwarenessActivitiesInfrastructurePotential SynergiesTheme (Conclusion)The Happy Ending!Contact:       	Heather Morrison          	BC Electronic Library Network       	hgmorris@sfu.ca      	Devon Greyson       	Centre for Health Services and Policy Research        	devon@chspr.ubc.ca  University Supports for Open Access: A Canadian National Study Heather Morrison & Devon Greyson UBC Open Access Week October 20, 2009  The Story of our Study 1. The story of the study content – An investigation of how universities are responding to funder OA mandates  2. The meta-story of the research process – A description of our research team and how this project happened  Elements of a Story • • • • • • •  Point of View (Research Team) Characters Setting Conflict (Research Question) Plot (Methods) Climax (Results) Theme (Conclusions)  Point of View (Rsch Team)  Setting • Canadian Research Universities – Libraries are CARL members – Research Administrators are CAURA members  • 2009, Contemporary era of transition in scholarly communications…  University-based Research  Life Cycle  Characters • • • •  Research Funders Researchers Research Administration Offices University Libraries  University-based Research  Other, Minor Characters – Institutional Repositories – University Presses – Publishers – Grants Facilitators outside the RAO – Others…?  The Story • Funder says to Researcher “Make your work OA” • Researcher must comply by either publishing or archiving OA – “Early adopters” are already doing this – What about the rest of the researcher world? • What will support and enable this shift for the masses?  University-based Research OA licy po  Funder (e.g. CIHR)  The Story • In University, we have characters who support Researchers – Libraries • Access to info, some publishing, some archiving  – RAOs • Grants application, administration, reporting  University Research Support  Story Conflict (Research Question) • Will University Libraries and Research Administration Offices respond to new funder OA requirements placed upon their researchers? – If so, how? • Awareness? • Mandate? • Actions?  Study Plot (Methods) • Sample: 27 Universities • Survey method: email solicitations, online survey (all bilingual) • Analysis: descriptive statistics, statistical testing for difference across key groups of interest, thematic analysis of free-text answers  Climax (Results) • Different Mandates; Different Roles – Awareness – Activities – Infrastructure  • Potential Synergies  Theme (Conclusion)  The Happy Ending!  Contact: Heather Morrison BC Electronic Library Network hgmorris@sfu.ca Devon Greyson Centre for Health Services and Policy Research devon@chspr.ubc.ca  

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