NOAP seminar in November! Nordic Scientific and Scholarly journal publishing – interesting times (NSSJP) == |+|
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|−|A one-day seminar arranged by the Nordbib funded project “Aiding scientific journals towards Open Access (NOAP)”. |+|
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|−|Where and when: Ihresalen, Engelska parken, Humanistiskt centrum Thunbergsvägen 3L (ENG 21/ 0011), Uppsala 2009-11-25, [http: //www. ul.se/ sv/mobil/Tidtabeller_Arlanda_Host_2009/ Getting from Arlanda airport to Uppsala], [http://www. engelskaparken. uu. se/Campusinfo/Kvarterskiss/tabid/613/language/sv-SE/Default. aspx Map]</p> , [http://www.uppsalatourism.se/en/DynPage.aspx?id=22425 About Uppsala] |+|
|−|Who should attend: journal editors, librarians, journal publishers/ hosts<br> |+|
|−|Cost: Free<br> |+|
|−|NSSJP registration is open now. In the same form you can register to attend the [http:/ /www.kb.se/OpenAccess/seminarie-konferens/Motesplats-Open-Access-2009/ 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.</p> |+|
[https: //www.akademikonferens.se/booking.jsf?conf=openaccess09 Register here]</p> |+|
|−|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. </p><p> |+|
|−|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.</p> <p> |+|
|−|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. </p> |+|
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== Program ==
== Program ==
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== Journal Management & Open Access – tools and best practice.
A practical workshop on how to create and manage your open access journal successfully.
Time & place: 4-5 March, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen.
Target groups: journal managers/editors, journal hosts/publishers
Last registration date: 25th February. Register here
Thursday 4th of March 12.30 – 17.00. A "hands on" tour of the OJS software: the editorial process, configuration options, and customization tips.
Friday 5th 09.00-17:00 Creating and Managing Open Access Journals
This interactive workshop covers:
• Determining the scope, name, editorial board and governance structure, review process format/style and layout for the journal
• Developing policies, procedures, and instructions for authors
• Options for web hosting, journal management, backup, and web development
• Estimating the resource requirements for operating the journal and developing a business plan and financing options to address those requirements
• Considerations in developing partnerships with academic libraries, university presses and/or working with professional publishers and other consultants/partners
• Indexing, archiving and dissemination issues in developing a new journal or enhancing access to an existing journal
• Preparing for launching the journal, including obtaining initial content, developing a reviewer pool, marketing and publicizing the journal
• Ensuring visibility through marketing and the creation of multiple entry points to your journal
The workshop will consist of lectures combined with small group discussions under the direction of the faculty conceptualizing and designing a journal. Participants are provided with a series of forms, checklists and other written decision aides to use in working though the process of designing their journal and planning its implementation.
David Solomon, PhD is a Professor of Medicine with a joint appointment in the Office of Medical Education Research and Development at Michigan State University. Trained as an educational psychologist he has over 20 years of experience in curriculum development, instructional design and evaluation in medical education. Dr. Solomon is the founding editor of Medical Education Online, an OA journal that has been in operation since April 1996. He has published widely on various topics in open access publishing and authored "Developing Open Access Journals: A practical guide", published by Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Limited that covers much of the material that will be contained in the workshop. He is one of the founders of the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Assocation, OASPA, and a Board Member of the same.
Caroline Sutton, PhD is one of the founding partners of Co-Action Publishing, an open access publishing house and an initiator behind OpenAccessSolutions.com, a portal of services for small publishing operations. Dr. Sutton worked for several years for a major international publishing house managing approximately 30 journals in the HSS and STM areas before forming Co-Action Publishing with her partners. Dr. Sutton is currently working on a project funded by the Swedish Royal Library to develop a best practices guide to open access journal publishing. She is a member of the Lund University Library Board and a member of the Advisory Board for Linköping University Press, Sweden; in addition to being one of the founders of the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association, OASPA and President of the same.
Jan Erik Frantsvåg is an economist currently working with Open Access at the University Library of Tromsø. He has worked for a number of years in banking, but since 1993 he has worked at the University of Tromsø in various administrative positions. He has interested himself in the economics of online science publishing (now Open Access publishing) since 1995, and has been looking into business models for Open Access publishing in NOAP, a project financed by Nordbib. He is also currently head of NORA - Norwegian Open Research Archives.
Kurt Mathiesen, Copenhagen Business School Library. Manages the Copenhagen Business School electronic journals hosting service, using the Open Journal Systems software.
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
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