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Open Access matters to students Researchers receive  grants from CIHR, SSHRC, NSERC Innovative research Results published Copyright handed over to publishers Individuals, governments, & universities foot the bill Who supports OA ? Graduate Student Society ? Alma Mater Society ? UBC undergraduate students ? Arts, Science, Medicine, Pharmacy? Working toward a campus-wide OA policy ? Open Access Statement developed ? Senate Library Committee unanimously endorsed the Open Access Statement ? Discussions in Senate pending    Student Open Access  initiatives & advocacy National Graduate Caucus ?Creative Commons licensing encourages collaboration, rather than competition, among academics and researchers?  ? NGC is developing a strategy to advance knowledge and use of Creative Commons licensing and OA publishing Carleton University University of Toronto University of British Columbia ? GSS ?Open Scholar Award? ? Established in 2012 ? 4 awards of $500 each for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year Everywhere ? Student-driven open access journals ? Waterloo ? Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology ? Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education ? Open Access Week events ? U of A, U of C ? U of T ? Queen?s ? McGill  What makes OA advocacy realistic: 1. Tangible solutions  2. Widely adopted  3. Documented examples of student advocacy making a difference  Right to Research Coalition  ? A coalition of students advocating for Open Access publishing ? Mobilize student societies  ? Encourage OA publishing by students ? US government lobby  ? Principles reflected in Student Statement on the Right to Research Student  Statement on the Right to Research  Signatories: 23 student associations representing  >5 million students     Canadian Federation of Students (& NGC)       US National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS)      Canadian Federation of Medical Students, International Federation of Medical Students    November 18, 2013 Berlin, Germany What can students do? 1. Create awareness about OA amongst faculty and peers  2.  Convince fellow students and faculty members to publish OA. 3. Student societies can draft letters of support, and address them to university administrators 4. Get involved with OA advocacy nationally and internationally. Advocacy In-A-Box Campus Open Access Advocacy Guide Thank you!       Open Access matters to students Researchers receive  grants from CIHR, SSHRC, NSERC Innovative research Results published Copyright handed over to publishers Individuals, governments, & universities foot the bill Who supports OA ? Graduate Student Society ? Alma Mater Society ? UBC undergraduate students ? Arts, Science, Medicine, Pharmacy? Working toward a campus-wide OA policy ? Open Access Statement developed ? Senate Library Committee unanimously endorsed the Open Access Statement ? Discussions in Senate pending    Student Open Access  initiatives & advocacy National Graduate Caucus ?Creative Commons licensing encourages collaboration, rather than competition, among academics and researchers?  ? NGC is developing a strategy to advance knowledge and use of Creative Commons licensing and OA publishing Carleton University University of Toronto University of British Columbia ? GSS ?Open Scholar Award? ? Established in 2012 ? 4 awards of $500 each for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year Everywhere ? Student-driven open access journals ? Waterloo ? Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology ? Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education ? Open Access Week events ? U of A, U of C ? U of T ? Queen?s ? McGill  What makes OA advocacy realistic: 1. Tangible solutions  2. Widely adopted  3. Documented examples of student advocacy making a difference  Right to Research Coalition  ? A coalition of students advocating for Open Access publishing ? Mobilize student societies  ? Encourage OA publishing by students ? US government lobby  ? Principles reflected in Student Statement on the Right to Research Student  Statement on the Right to Research  Signatories: 23 student associations representing  >5 million students     Canadian Federation of Students (& NGC)       US National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS)      Canadian Federation of Medical Students, International Federation of Medical Students    November 18, 2013 Berlin, Germany What can students do? 1. Create awareness about OA amongst faculty and peers  2.  Convince fellow students and faculty members to publish OA. 3. Student societies can draft letters of support, and address them to university administrators 4. Get involved with OA advocacy nationally and internationally. Advocacy In-A-Box Campus Open Access Advocacy Guide Thank you!       open access tools for geoscience education rowan cockett geoscience http://www.evcforum.net/ teaching geology agiweb.org motivation (Reynolds, 2001) (John Lewis) visualizations (Libarkin & Brick, 2002) my story what I built (first) a solution moving to the web visible geology order the events! http://cde.nwc.edu/ discovery-based reddit what I have learned ? easy ? open ? engaging putting it together chronicle.com online learning is different my story engage ? a sandbox ? cultivating intuitions ? process & discovery based learning ? there is value in toys ? simple tools for engagement are key  Open Access matters to students Researchers receive  grants from CIHR, SSHRC, NSERC Innovative research Results published Copyright handed over to publishers Individuals, governments, & universities foot the bill Who supports OA ? Graduate Student Society ? Alma Mater Society ? UBC undergraduate students ? Arts, Science, Medicine, Pharmacy? Working toward a campus-wide OA policy ? Open Access Statement developed ? Senate Library Committee unanimously endorsed the Open Access Statement ? Discussions in Senate pending    Student Open Access  initiatives & advocacy National Graduate Caucus ?Creative Commons licensing encourages collaboration, rather than competition, among academics and researchers?  ? NGC is developing a strategy to advance knowledge and use of Creative Commons licensing and OA publishing Carleton University University of Toronto University of British Columbia ? GSS ?Open Scholar Award? ? Established in 2012 ? 4 awards of $500 each for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year Everywhere ? Student-driven open access journals ? Waterloo ? Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology ? Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education ? Open Access Week events ? U of A, U of C ? U of T ? Queen?s ? McGill  What makes OA advocacy realistic: 1. Tangible solutions  2. Widely adopted  3. Documented examples of student advocacy making a difference  Right to Research Coalition  ? A coalition of students advocating for Open Access publishing ? Mobilize student societies  ? Encourage OA publishing by students ? US government lobby  ? Principles reflected in Student Statement on the Right to Research Student  Statement on the Right to Research  Signatories: 23 student associations representing  >5 million students     Canadian Federation of Students (& NGC)       US National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS)      Canadian Federation of Medical Students, International Federation of Medical Students    November 18, 2013 Berlin, Germany What can students do? 1. Create awareness about OA amongst faculty and peers  2.  Convince fellow students and faculty members to publish OA. 3. Student societies can draft letters of support, and address them to university administrators 4. Get involved with OA advocacy nationally and internationally. Advocacy In-A-Box Campus Open Access Advocacy Guide Thank you!       open access tools for geoscience education rowan cockett geoscience http://www.evcforum.net/ teaching geology agiweb.org motivation (Reynolds, 2001) (John Lewis) visualizations (Libarkin & Brick, 2002) my story what I built (first) a solution moving to the web visible geology order the events! http://cde.nwc.edu/ discovery-based reddit what I have learned ? easy ? open ? engaging putting it together chronicle.com online learning is different my story engage ? a sandbox ? cultivating intuitions ? process & discovery based learning ? there is value in toys ? simple tools for engagement are key  Open Access A grad student perspective! Col?m Connolly October 25th 2013 Who am I? 5th PhD in Medical Genetics  Completed BSc (Hons) in Dublin City University, Ireland in Genetics and Cell Biology  Vice President Academic and External Affairs at the Graduate Student Society (UBC-V)   Green Open Access Can be discipline-specific  Can be institution-based  Author preserves certain rights when they submit their journal to a publisher.  As of February 2012, there are 2170 repositories worldwide, with a growth rate of just under one new repository a day. Canada houses 56 repositories.     Gold Open Access An open access journal publishes each of its articles freely online.  In 2009, the Directory of Open Access Journals estimates the existence of 6,000 open access journals, compared to the 30,000 journals worldwide.   As journals typically gain their revenues from selling access, there are a number of modified business models that open access journals use:  ? hybrid open/closed access,  ? submission fees and ? embargoes on open content.    ?Serials crisis? Extreme price increase of scholarly journals  Between 1986 and 2003  Price per prescription rose by 68% Library subscription expenses rose 260% Library subscription expanded to 14% more journals  All in despite of technological advances  What is Access like now? Scholars at large institutions like UBC have access to around 98,000 serial subscriptions  University of Manitoba have access to around 18,000  In developing countries access is severely limited! Students main problem with current system  Through our taxes and tuition we underwrite a vast portion of research, yet we are denied access to the results unless we also pay often very expensive subscription fees.  Universities role and Open Access? Publishing in OA journals Some OA journals require authors who wish to be published to pay author fees. Prices can vary from $100 to $5000, with most around $3000.   These include pure OA journals, where each article is released OA, and hybrid journals that contain a mix of classically released and OA content.   When choosing to publish, researchers may favor the less author-costly option of a non-OA journal. Author funds, which researchers can receive to cover author fees, are crucial in incentivizing OA publication.   Some institutions have established author funds to pay for author fees.  Universities role within Open Access To foster research for the betterment of society, University Persons are encouraged to discuss and Publicly Disclose the results of their research, including University Research Products, as soon and as fully as may be reasonable and possible, provided that doing so will not violate any agreements that supported or are related to their research.  University Persons are reminded that Publicly Disclosing the details of an invention or discovery may make it impossible to seek patent protection for such invention or discovery  Where does intellectual property lie? To promote the dissemination of knowledge and maximize the University?s impact on society  To facilitate the non commercial use of inventions arising from University Research  To establish the University as a hub of knowledge transfer and networking between researchers, industry and customers;   To maximize the University?s impact on economic development and GDP growth   To build constructive relationships with industry and entrepreneurs and cement the University?s role as a leader in the Mobilization of research.  Everyone wants a cell paper How will Open Access effect impact factor driven culture Tri-council What students can and are doing Be actively involved in a culture change  Discuss Open Access publication with your professor early in your career  With ongoing technological advancements we as academics and future leaders of society need to drive change  The Right to Research coalition ? The Right to Research Coalition ? ?Access to research is a student right?  ? ?Open Access seeks to return scholarly publishing to its original purpose: to spread knowledge and allow that knowledge to be built upon.?  Open Access Button This idea was a browser-based tool  ? tracks how often readers are denied access to academic research, where in the world they were or their profession and why they were looking for that research.  Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) All manuscripts published are in post-refereed form  All associated datasets are made available in a non-proprietary format  An embargo of up to six months for scientific publications (NSERC and CIHR) and up to a year for social scientific and humanities publications (SSHRC) is permitted;  GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Awards Open to graduate students at UBC who submit exemplary non-thesis manuscripts or projects as part of graduate course work to cIRcle, UBC?s digital repository  Collaboration between GSS and cIRcle/UBC library  4 Awards of $500 for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year   Summary Open access will require a culture change at all levels  Open access is inevitable ? will we ever see a vuze to illegally download journal articles?  This is an opportunity for us all to get involved and make a change for the better     References OpenDOAR. Directory of Open Access Repositories. Accessed Online: http://www.opendoar.org/find.php?cID=40&title=Canada    University of Nottingham. RoMEO Statistics. Accessed Online: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/statistics.php?la=en&fIDnum=|&mode=simple    The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition. Author Rights: Using the SPARC Author Addendum to secure your rights as the author of a journal article. 2006. Accessed Online: http://www.arl.org/sparc/author/addendum.shtml Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0    Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0     There are a ton more references  Open Access A grad student perspective! Col?m Connolly October 25th 2013 Who am I? 5th PhD in Medical Genetics  Completed BSc (Hons) in Dublin City University, Ireland in Genetics and Cell Biology  Vice President Academic and External Affairs at the Graduate Student Society (UBC-V)   Green Open Access Can be discipline-specific  Can be institution-based  Author preserves certain rights when they submit their journal to a publisher.  As of February 2012, there are 2170 repositories worldwide, with a growth rate of just under one new repository a day. Canada houses 56 repositories.     Gold Open Access An open access journal publishes each of its articles freely online.  In 2009, the Directory of Open Access Journals estimates the existence of 6,000 open access journals, compared to the 30,000 journals worldwide.   As journals typically gain their revenues from selling access, there are a number of modified business models that open access journals use:  ? hybrid open/closed access,  ? submission fees and ? embargoes on open content.    ?Serials crisis? Extreme price increase of scholarly journals  Between 1986 and 2003  Price per prescription rose by 68% Library subscription expenses rose 260% Library subscription expanded to 14% more journals  All in despite of technological advances  What is Access like now? Scholars at large institutions like UBC have access to around 98,000 serial subscriptions  University of Manitoba have access to around 18,000  In developing countries access is severely limited! Students main problem with current system  Through our taxes and tuition we underwrite a vast portion of research, yet we are denied access to the results unless we also pay often very expensive subscription fees.  Universities role and Open Access? Publishing in OA journals Some OA journals require authors who wish to be published to pay author fees. Prices can vary from $100 to $5000, with most around $3000.   These include pure OA journals, where each article is released OA, and hybrid journals that contain a mix of classically released and OA content.   When choosing to publish, researchers may favor the less author-costly option of a non-OA journal. Author funds, which researchers can receive to cover author fees, are crucial in incentivizing OA publication.   Some institutions have established author funds to pay for author fees.  Universities role within Open Access To foster research for the betterment of society, University Persons are encouraged to discuss and Publicly Disclose the results of their research, including University Research Products, as soon and as fully as may be reasonable and possible, provided that doing so will not violate any agreements that supported or are related to their research.  University Persons are reminded that Publicly Disclosing the details of an invention or discovery may make it impossible to seek patent protection for such invention or discovery  Where does intellectual property lie? To promote the dissemination of knowledge and maximize the University?s impact on society  To facilitate the non commercial use of inventions arising from University Research  To establish the University as a hub of knowledge transfer and networking between researchers, industry and customers;   To maximize the University?s impact on economic development and GDP growth   To build constructive relationships with industry and entrepreneurs and cement the University?s role as a leader in the Mobilization of research.  Everyone wants a cell paper How will Open Access effect impact factor driven culture Tri-council What students can and are doing Be actively involved in a culture change  Discuss Open Access publication with your professor early in your career  With ongoing technological advancements we as academics and future leaders of society need to drive change  The Right to Research coalition ? The Right to Research Coalition ? ?Access to research is a student right?  ? ?Open Access seeks to return scholarly publishing to its original purpose: to spread knowledge and allow that knowledge to be built upon.?  Open Access Button This idea was a browser-based tool  ? tracks how often readers are denied access to academic research, where in the world they were or their profession and why they were looking for that research.  Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) All manuscripts published are in post-refereed form  All associated datasets are made available in a non-proprietary format  An embargo of up to six months for scientific publications (NSERC and CIHR) and up to a year for social scientific and humanities publications (SSHRC) is permitted;  GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Awards Open to graduate students at UBC who submit exemplary non-thesis manuscripts or projects as part of graduate course work to cIRcle, UBC?s digital repository  Collaboration between GSS and cIRcle/UBC library  4 Awards of $500 for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year   Summary Open access will require a culture change at all levels  Open access is inevitable ? will we ever see a vuze to illegally download journal articles?  This is an opportunity for us all to get involved and make a change for the better     References OpenDOAR. Directory of Open Access Repositories. Accessed Online: http://www.opendoar.org/find.php?cID=40&title=Canada    University of Nottingham. RoMEO Statistics. Accessed Online: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/statistics.php?la=en&fIDnum=|&mode=simple    The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition. Author Rights: Using the SPARC Author Addendum to secure your rights as the author of a journal article. 2006. Accessed Online: http://www.arl.org/sparc/author/addendum.shtml Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0    Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0     There are a ton more references   Open Access matters to students Researchers receive  grants from CIHR, SSHRC, NSERC Innovative research Results published Copyright handed over to publishers Individuals, governments, & universities foot the bill Who supports OA ? Graduate Student Society ? Alma Mater Society ? UBC undergraduate students ? Arts, Science, Medicine, Pharmacy? Working toward a campus-wide OA policy ? Open Access Statement developed ? Senate Library Committee unanimously endorsed the Open Access Statement ? Discussions in Senate pending    Student Open Access  initiatives & advocacy National Graduate Caucus ?Creative Commons licensing encourages collaboration, rather than competition, among academics and researchers?  ? NGC is developing a strategy to advance knowledge and use of Creative Commons licensing and OA publishing Carleton University University of Toronto University of British Columbia ? GSS ?Open Scholar Award? ? Established in 2012 ? 4 awards of $500 each for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year Everywhere ? Student-driven open access journals ? Waterloo ? Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology ? Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education ? Open Access Week events ? U of A, U of C ? U of T ? Queen?s ? McGill  What makes OA advocacy realistic: 1. Tangible solutions  2. Widely adopted  3. Documented examples of student advocacy making a difference  Right to Research Coalition  ? A coalition of students advocating for Open Access publishing ? Mobilize student societies  ? Encourage OA publishing by students ? US government lobby  ? Principles reflected in Student Statement on the Right to Research Student  Statement on the Right to Research  Signatories: 23 student associations representing  >5 million students     Canadian Federation of Students (& NGC)       US National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS)      Canadian Federation of Medical Students, International Federation of Medical Students    November 18, 2013 Berlin, Germany What can students do? 1. Create awareness about OA amongst faculty and peers  2.  Convince fellow students and faculty members to publish OA. 3. Student societies can draft letters of support, and address them to university administrators 4. Get involved with OA advocacy nationally and internationally. Advocacy In-A-Box Campus Open Access Advocacy Guide Thank you!       open access tools for geoscience education rowan cockett geoscience http://www.evcforum.net/ teaching geology agiweb.org motivation (Reynolds, 2001) (John Lewis) visualizations (Libarkin & Brick, 2002) my story what I built (first) a solution moving to the web visible geology order the events! http://cde.nwc.edu/ discovery-based reddit what I have learned ? easy ? open ? engaging putting it together chronicle.com online learning is different my story engage ? a sandbox ? cultivating intuitions ? process & discovery based learning ? there is value in toys ? simple tools for engagement are key  Open Access A grad student perspective! Col?m Connolly October 25th 2013 Who am I? 5th PhD in Medical Genetics  Completed BSc (Hons) in Dublin City University, Ireland in Genetics and Cell Biology  Vice President Academic and External Affairs at the Graduate Student Society (UBC-V)   Green Open Access Can be discipline-specific  Can be institution-based  Author preserves certain rights when they submit their journal to a publisher.  As of February 2012, there are 2170 repositories worldwide, with a growth rate of just under one new repository a day. Canada houses 56 repositories.     Gold Open Access An open access journal publishes each of its articles freely online.  In 2009, the Directory of Open Access Journals estimates the existence of 6,000 open access journals, compared to the 30,000 journals worldwide.   As journals typically gain their revenues from selling access, there are a number of modified business models that open access journals use:  ? hybrid open/closed access,  ? submission fees and ? embargoes on open content.    ?Serials crisis? Extreme price increase of scholarly journals  Between 1986 and 2003  Price per prescription rose by 68% Library subscription expenses rose 260% Library subscription expanded to 14% more journals  All in despite of technological advances  What is Access like now? Scholars at large institutions like UBC have access to around 98,000 serial subscriptions  University of Manitoba have access to around 18,000  In developing countries access is severely limited! Students main problem with current system  Through our taxes and tuition we underwrite a vast portion of research, yet we are denied access to the results unless we also pay often very expensive subscription fees.  Universities role and Open Access? Publishing in OA journals Some OA journals require authors who wish to be published to pay author fees. Prices can vary from $100 to $5000, with most around $3000.   These include pure OA journals, where each article is released OA, and hybrid journals that contain a mix of classically released and OA content.   When choosing to publish, researchers may favor the less author-costly option of a non-OA journal. Author funds, which researchers can receive to cover author fees, are crucial in incentivizing OA publication.   Some institutions have established author funds to pay for author fees.  Universities role within Open Access To foster research for the betterment of society, University Persons are encouraged to discuss and Publicly Disclose the results of their research, including University Research Products, as soon and as fully as may be reasonable and possible, provided that doing so will not violate any agreements that supported or are related to their research.  University Persons are reminded that Publicly Disclosing the details of an invention or discovery may make it impossible to seek patent protection for such invention or discovery  Where does intellectual property lie? To promote the dissemination of knowledge and maximize the University?s impact on society  To facilitate the non commercial use of inventions arising from University Research  To establish the University as a hub of knowledge transfer and networking between researchers, industry and customers;   To maximize the University?s impact on economic development and GDP growth   To build constructive relationships with industry and entrepreneurs and cement the University?s role as a leader in the Mobilization of research.  Everyone wants a cell paper How will Open Access effect impact factor driven culture Tri-council What students can and are doing Be actively involved in a culture change  Discuss Open Access publication with your professor early in your career  With ongoing technological advancements we as academics and future leaders of society need to drive change  The Right to Research coalition ? The Right to Research Coalition ? ?Access to research is a student right?  ? ?Open Access seeks to return scholarly publishing to its original purpose: to spread knowledge and allow that knowledge to be built upon.?  Open Access Button This idea was a browser-based tool  ? tracks how often readers are denied access to academic research, where in the world they were or their profession and why they were looking for that research.  Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) All manuscripts published are in post-refereed form  All associated datasets are made available in a non-proprietary format  An embargo of up to six months for scientific publications (NSERC and CIHR) and up to a year for social scientific and humanities publications (SSHRC) is permitted;  GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Awards Open to graduate students at UBC who submit exemplary non-thesis manuscripts or projects as part of graduate course work to cIRcle, UBC?s digital repository  Collaboration between GSS and cIRcle/UBC library  4 Awards of $500 for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year   Summary Open access will require a culture change at all levels  Open access is inevitable ? will we ever see a vuze to illegally download journal articles?  This is an opportunity for us all to get involved and make a change for the better     References OpenDOAR. Directory of Open Access Repositories. Accessed Online: http://www.opendoar.org/find.php?cID=40&title=Canada    University of Nottingham. RoMEO Statistics. Accessed Online: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/statistics.php?la=en&fIDnum=|&mode=simple    The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition. Author Rights: Using the SPARC Author Addendum to secure your rights as the author of a journal article. 2006. Accessed Online: http://www.arl.org/sparc/author/addendum.shtml Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0    Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0     There are a ton more references  Open Access A grad student perspective! Col?m Connolly October 25th 2013 Who am I? 5th PhD in Medical Genetics  Completed BSc (Hons) in Dublin City University, Ireland in Genetics and Cell Biology  Vice President Academic and External Affairs at the Graduate Student Society (UBC-V)   Green Open Access Can be discipline-specific  Can be institution-based  Author preserves certain rights when they submit their journal to a publisher.  As of February 2012, there are 2170 repositories worldwide, with a growth rate of just under one new repository a day. Canada houses 56 repositories.     Gold Open Access An open access journal publishes each of its articles freely online.  In 2009, the Directory of Open Access Journals estimates the existence of 6,000 open access journals, compared to the 30,000 journals worldwide.   As journals typically gain their revenues from selling access, there are a number of modified business models that open access journals use:  ? hybrid open/closed access,  ? submission fees and ? embargoes on open content.    ?Serials crisis? Extreme price increase of scholarly journals  Between 1986 and 2003  Price per prescription rose by 68% Library subscription expenses rose 260% Library subscription expanded to 14% more journals  All in despite of technological advances  What is Access like now? Scholars at large institutions like UBC have access to around 98,000 serial subscriptions  University of Manitoba have access to around 18,000  In developing countries access is severely limited! Students main problem with current system  Through our taxes and tuition we underwrite a vast portion of research, yet we are denied access to the results unless we also pay often very expensive subscription fees.  Universities role and Open Access? Publishing in OA journals Some OA journals require authors who wish to be published to pay author fees. Prices can vary from $100 to $5000, with most around $3000.   These include pure OA journals, where each article is released OA, and hybrid journals that contain a mix of classically released and OA content.   When choosing to publish, researchers may favor the less author-costly option of a non-OA journal. Author funds, which researchers can receive to cover author fees, are crucial in incentivizing OA publication.   Some institutions have established author funds to pay for author fees.  Universities role within Open Access To foster research for the betterment of society, University Persons are encouraged to discuss and Publicly Disclose the results of their research, including University Research Products, as soon and as fully as may be reasonable and possible, provided that doing so will not violate any agreements that supported or are related to their research.  University Persons are reminded that Publicly Disclosing the details of an invention or discovery may make it impossible to seek patent protection for such invention or discovery  Where does intellectual property lie? To promote the dissemination of knowledge and maximize the University?s impact on society  To facilitate the non commercial use of inventions arising from University Research  To establish the University as a hub of knowledge transfer and networking between researchers, industry and customers;   To maximize the University?s impact on economic development and GDP growth   To build constructive relationships with industry and entrepreneurs and cement the University?s role as a leader in the Mobilization of research.  Everyone wants a cell paper How will Open Access effect impact factor driven culture Tri-council What students can and are doing Be actively involved in a culture change  Discuss Open Access publication with your professor early in your career  With ongoing technological advancements we as academics and future leaders of society need to drive change  The Right to Research coalition ? The Right to Research Coalition ? ?Access to research is a student right?  ? ?Open Access seeks to return scholarly publishing to its original purpose: to spread knowledge and allow that knowledge to be built upon.?  Open Access Button This idea was a browser-based tool  ? tracks how often readers are denied access to academic research, where in the world they were or their profession and why they were looking for that research.  Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) All manuscripts published are in post-refereed form  All associated datasets are made available in a non-proprietary format  An embargo of up to six months for scientific publications (NSERC and CIHR) and up to a year for social scientific and humanities publications (SSHRC) is permitted;  GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Awards Open to graduate students at UBC who submit exemplary non-thesis manuscripts or projects as part of graduate course work to cIRcle, UBC?s digital repository  Collaboration between GSS and cIRcle/UBC library  4 Awards of $500 for individuals who submit non-thesis works to cIRcle awarded each year   Summary Open access will require a culture change at all levels  Open access is inevitable ? will we ever see a vuze to illegally download journal articles?  This is an opportunity for us all to get involved and make a change for the better     References OpenDOAR. Directory of Open Access Repositories. Accessed Online: http://www.opendoar.org/find.php?cID=40&title=Canada    University of Nottingham. RoMEO Statistics. Accessed Online: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/statistics.php?la=en&fIDnum=|&mode=simple    The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition. Author Rights: Using the SPARC Author Addendum to secure your rights as the author of a journal article. 2006. Accessed Online: http://www.arl.org/sparc/author/addendum.shtml Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0    Stephen Pinfleld. Paying for open access? Institutional funding streams and OA publication charges. Association of Learned and professional Society Publications 23 (1), 2008, 39-52.  Accessed Online: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2010/00000023/00000001/art00008  University of Ottawa. Open Access ? Author Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.oa.uottawa.ca/uo-initiatives-afund.jsp?language=en    Simon Fraser University. New Open Access Fund. Accessed Online: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/10281  University of Calgary. Open Access Authors Fund. Accessed Online: http://library.ucalgary.ca/services/-faculty/open-access/open-access-authors-fund-0     There are a ton more references   Students and Open Access Presented by Umang Khandelwal Associate Vice President, Academic and University Affairs  Open Access of Learning Materials at UBC ? Open Access of learning     materials in credit     courses at UBC    ? Sharing of these learning materials through the UBC digital repository, cIRcle          http://blogs.eciad.ca/pedagogy/files/2013/07/300px-Global_Open_Educational_Resources_Logo.svg_.png Shared Learning Materials: Impact on Students ? Enhance the learning environment   ? Flexible learning initiative   ? Facilitation of collaboration and open exchange of ideas through continual development and use of materials when delivering courses               Open Access: The Traditional Definition ? UBC?s Place and Promise  ? Unrestricted online access to     scholarly journals through a    digital repository while     maintaining individual intellectual property       rights    http://library.ucalgary.ca/open-access-authors-fund What does Open Access mean to students? The Student Perspective ? A holistic education  o Information that is at a student?s disposal versus that which is relevant   oOpportunity for accurate and comprehensive learning process    The Student Perspective ? The Access-Denied Problem o Every student?s story       http://www.globalinternetbox.net/ The Student Perspective  ? Providing greater    sources, improved    academic quality  ? An environment for    students to excel     http://www.impactlearning.com/assessing-employee-performance-gaps-with-a-call-quality-guide/ The Student Perspective ? Widespread dissemination and cultivation of knowledge  oGives professors an opportunity to engage based on cutting-edge research  The Student Perspective ? Stimulates dialogue in the lecture environment   o Application of course material   http://ampersand.gseis.ucla.edu/daniel-solorzano-to-deliver-keynote-at-dialogue-on-campus-racial-climate-and-student-wellness/ The Student Perspective ? A step forward  o Empowers students to     contribute to future     research  oUndergraduate to graduate transition          http://lans-soapbox.com/2012/06/16/collaborative-writing-and-ffrp/puzzle-pieces01/ The Student Perspective ? Building upon what already exists:  o Acceleration of discovery of new knowledge through awareness and building upon ideas  o Increased collaboration in the UBC and global community  http://blog.brightpod.com/collaboration-aint-for-children-7-ways-to-manage-online-work-efficiently/ Student Research and Open Access ? Why are you at UBC?      o According to the 2013 AMS Academic Experience Survey, 36% of students have stated their primary reason for attending UBC is to engage in research   http://www.ubc.ca/vancouver/about/ ? What does research mean to you?   Student Research and Open Access VS http://www.klahanieresearch.ca/offerings.html http://www.qtech.com.pk/ Opportunities of Open Access ? Navigating the modern research landscape   ? Provide students with resources that supplement in-class learning   ? Better comprehension and assimilation of course material  Flexible learning and Open Access ? Flexible learning focuses on ?developing, delivering, and evaluating learning experiences that promote effective and dramatic changes in student achievement.?  ? http://flexible.learning.ubc.ca/  ? Providing in and out of class resources   The Role of the AMS     ? Major advocate for Open Access   ? An AMS Open Access policy that is being revised to reflect the current needs of students            http://blogs.ubc.ca/ubcinsiders/2009/11/27/the-ams-and-the-un-notes-on-a-debacle/ The Role of the AMS ? Engaging students   ? Creating effective     spaces and forums    for communication     of ideas  http://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Student_Focus_Group ? Open dialogue with faculty and the administration   ? Discover areas of ongoing collaboration   ? What resources can the AMS provide?  Our Role  Thank you! http://blog.kontera.com/2008/07/24/get-the-most-out-of-kontera-ppc-ads/ 

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