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Welcome to the Nordbib project

Aiding Scientific Journals Towards Open Access Publishing

(or short NOAP - Nordic Open Access Publishing)

This is a Nordic library project directed towards aiding Nordic scientific journals to consider and implement an Open Access publishing model. The project aims at both creating a publicly available knowledge base for journals considering such an option, and at conducting actual establishing of Open Access journals or transitioning traditional journals to an Open Access model in order to gain practical experience with such a process.

The project consists of 6 sub-projects, called Work Groups or WGs:

WG1 software
WG2 business models
WG3 communications platforms
WG4 copyright issues
WG5 low volume printing
WG6 funding policies

8 Nordic institutions are currently partners in this project.

NOAP seminar in November! Nordic Scientific and Scholarly journal publishing – interesting times (NSSJP)

A one-day seminar arranged by the Nordbib funded project “Aiding scientific journals towards Open Access (NOAP)”.

Where and when: Ihresalen, Engelska parken, Humanistiskt centrum Thunbergsvägen 3L (ENG 21/0011), Uppsala 2009-11-25, Getting from Arlanda airport to Uppsala, Map

, About Uppsala

Who should attend: journal editors, librarians, journal publishers/hosts
Cost: Free
NSSJP registration is open now. In the same form you can register to attend the Mötesplats Open Access.se conference that will be held in the same venue on the 26th and 27th of October. You can also book a hotel room using the registration form. Guaranteed rates if you book before the 26th of October.

Register here

This seminar will deal with a number of issues that are facing Nordic journal publishing today. The trend is clear, more and more journals are going digital and if possible also Open Access. One trend in this transition is that university libraries are taking on the task to host journals. A recent survey by the NOAP project shows that there are 9 Nordic university libraries hosting, or are setting up a hosting service, for scientific and scholarly journals and 8 of them have started 2005 or later. One professional Open Access publishing house was established in 2007. One national funder (Det Frie Forskningsråd Kultur og Kommunikation (FKK) in Denmark) has made it conditional for journals who receive funding to become Open Access within one year.

The seminar will bring together a number of actors in this transition to present their point-of-view, drawing on work done in the NOAP project. A survey of Open Access business models used by Nordic journals, case studies by a professional publisher, and library hosts will be presented. A new support tool for journals, the best practice guide for open access journals will be shown in its beta version and also the dominant publishing platform today, Open Journals Systems, and work done to create a Nordic OJS user group.

We also hope that we will get as many as possible of the major Nordic national funders that support journal publishing to participate and present their views on journal support and Open Access.

Participate in this seminar and get an update on what is happening in Nordic scientific and scholarly journal publishing.

Program

09:00 – 10:00 Registration/coffee

10:00 – 10:20 Welcome - NOAP introduction – Jörgen Eriksson, Lund University Libraries

10:20 – 11: 00 Business issues: How could we finance OA Journals – and how do we finance them? – Jan Erik Frantsvåg, The University Library of Tromsø

11:00 – 13:00 Case studies

11:00 - 11:15 Overview – Jörgen Eriksson

11:15 – 12:00 Challenges and adaptations in journal publishing in the Humanities: a publisher’s view – Marianne Alenius & Niels Stern, Museum Tusculanum Press

12:00 – 12:30 Bergen Open Access Publishing: the university library as a publisher/host – Ingrid Cutler, Bergen University Library

12:30 – 13:00 Hosting at Linköping University Press: experiences with five OA journals – David Lawrence, Linköping University Press

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 14:30 Journal support tools. The best practices guide for Open Access Journals – Caroline Sutton, co-action publishing

14:30 – 15:00 Journal support tools. The PKP Project, Open Journal Systems in the Nordic countries – Kurt Mathiesen, Copenhagen Business School

15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break

15:30 – 15:45 Copyright. Scientific Publishing and the Distribution of Intellectual Property Rights – Ingegerd Rabow, Lund University Libraries

15. 45 – 16.00 Electronic publication of research-related common knowledge – Erik Sandewall, Linköping University

16:00 – 16:45 Nordic Journal Funders and Open Access. Rune Rambæk Schjølberg, Norges forskningsråd. Karen Skovgaard-Petersen, Det Frie Forskningsråd | Kultur og Kommunikation (FKK)(Dk). Anneli Fröjd, Vetenskapsrådet

16:45 – 17:00 Summing up – Jörgen Eriksson

Contact: Jörgen Eriksson, Project manager NOAP
jorgen.eriksson@lub.lu.se

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