1. Fair Game: Open Access in the Emerging Digital Commons

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    [UPDATE: After three months of negotiations, mega-journal publisher Taylor & Francis just reversed their policy and agreed to accept the SPARC addendum for an upcoming issue of The Communication Review.…

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    • 13-minute version of 17-minute UNESCO Open Access Talk

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      This is the 13-minute version of the 17-minute talk: It's as much as I could compress it, and at the end I was talking so fast I was stammering! So if you have the extra 4 minutes, the 17-minute talk…

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      • Designing Green Open Access Self-Archiving Mandates

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        Video for Open Access Week October 26 2011 presentation at University of Cardiff.

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        • What UNESCO Can Do for Open Access (OA): DON’T RE-INVENT THE WHEEL -- HELP IT ROLL, WORLDWIDE (17 min.)

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          How can UNESCO help generate OA worldwide? What UNESCO should do: 1. Promote (and, where needed, help fund) the creation of green OA Institutional Repositories 2. Promote the adoption of green…

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          • Scholarly/Scientific Impact Metrics in the Open Access Era

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            Material for promoting open access to scientific and scholarly research. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. Edit

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            • Open Access First - Copyright Reform After


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              Why Copyright Reform Must Come After Open Access, Not Before 1. Open access means free online access 2. The target content of the Open Access (OA) Movement is peer-reviewed scientific and scholarly…

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              • Open Access: 
Green, Gold, Gratis, Libre, North, South How To Get There

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                Open Access (OA) to peer-reviewed journal articles has two components: free online access ("Gratis OA") and certain re-use rights ("Libre OA"). OA benefits both authors and users (and their institutions…

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                • CNI: Revisiting Institutional Repositories

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                  Clifford Lynch Coalition for Networked Information Project Briefing Session Revisiting Institutional Repositories Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2009 Task Force (Membership) Meeting April…

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                  • Open Science and figshare

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                    A talk given at the RSP event - June 2012

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                    • Open Access: Green, Gold, Gratis, Libre, North, South How To Get There

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                      Open Access (OA) to peer-reviewed journal articles has two components: free online access ("Gratis OA") and certain re-use rights ("Libre OA"). OA benefits both authors and users (and their institutions…

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