Moving from 'Pay to Read' to 'Pay to Write': Supporting ‘Gold’ Open Access

Goddard, Lisa and Byrne, Gillian (2013) Moving from 'Pay to Read' to 'Pay to Write': Supporting ‘Gold’ Open Access. In: Council of Atlantic University Libraries (CAUL) Webinar Series, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

As part of the CAUL/CBUA Experience Exchange Webinar series, the CAUL/CBUA Scholarly Communications Committee presents an Open Access Week webinar on the development of Open Access Author’s funds in the Atlantic region. Lisa Goddard, Scholarly Communications Librarian at Memorial University, will describe the evolving policy environment that is driving the development of OA journals with Author Processing Charges, will explore the different business models that constitute ‘Gold’ OA, and will outline best practices for OA fund administration. This will include a discussion of efficient workflows for managing article invoices, the benefits of Open Access publisher memberships, and strategies for dealing with ‘predatory’ OA publishers. Gillian Byrne will review the current state of Gold OA support at Atlantic university libraries, will talk about consortial approaches to Gold OA, and will open the discussion for practical steps for moving forward as a region.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
URI: http://research.library.mun.ca/id/eprint/2423
Item ID: 2423
Keywords: scholarly communications; open access publishing; open access author's funds; open access journals; business models
Department(s): Memorial University Libraries
Date: 22 October 2013
Date Type: Completion

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