Programme

Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference

Programme 1 July 2013

09.30 – 11.00 Registration with Tea and Coffee
11.00 – 11.20 Welcome and Opening: Setting the scene
Martin Hall, Vice-Chancellor, University of Salford
11.20 – 12.00 Keynote:
Jean-Claude Guédon, University of Montreal
12.00 – 12.45 Panel: HSS after Finch
Chair: Martin Hall
Rupert Gatti, Open Book Publishers
Philippe Aigrain, author of Sharing
Carl-Christian Buhr, European Commission
Sally Hardy, Regional Studies Association
Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) (TBC)
12.45 – 14.00 Lunch and Posters
14.00 – 15.00 Session: Promising Business Models
Chair: Brian Hole, Ubiquity Press
Martin Eve and Caroline Edwards, Open Library of Humanities
Frances Pinter, Knowledge Unlatched
Carrie Calder, Palgrave Macmillan
15.00 – 15.20 Coffee break
15.20 – 16.00 Session: Copyright and Creative Commons
Joscelyn Upendran, Zilpa
Ben White, British Library
16.00 – 16.30 Session: Peer review and Quality
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Modern Language Association (MLA)
16.30 – 16.45 Launch: Directory of Open Access Books
Sponsored by SpringerOpen and Brill
Bas Savenije and Eelco Ferwerda, OAPEN
18.30 – 19.30 Drinks reception at the British Library

Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference
Programme 2 July 2013

09.30 – 10.00 Registration with Tea and Coffee
10.00 – 10.10 Introducing day 2
Martin Hall, Vice-Chancellor, University of Salford
10.10 – 11.10 Showcase 1
Open Book Publishers – Rupert Gatti and Alessandra Tosi
OpenEdition – Pierre Mounier
OECD – Toby Green
11.10 – 11.20 Introduction to Strands
Neil Jacobs, Programme Director, Jisc
11.30 – 12.30 Strands, morning session
Strand 1: How exactly do you get your monograph published
in open access?
How exactly do you get your monograph published in open access?
This strand is for HSS researchers and PhD students who are interested
in the idea of an open access monograph. It will take them through the
process step by step, introduce them to key sources of information and
make sure they are aware of any issues.
Chair: Professor Tom Cochrane, Queensland University of Technology
Protecting your identity, ORCID
Get to grips with copyright and creative commons – A guide to
Creative Commons for HSS researchers
Find a reputable OA publisher – Directory of Open Access Books
(DOAB) and OASPA
Funding, mandates and embargoes – what are the options?
Tips for promoting your OA book
Tracking your book – what you show know about altmetrics
Strand 2: Open Access books and the supply chain
Open Access Monographs and the supply chain. The current supply
chain is set up around publishers selling monographs and edited
collections on one side and libraries and individual users purchasing
on the other. In a move to Open Access, regardless of the business
model, there will be changes to workflows, processes and new steps
will be introduced. This strand will introduce work taking place in
the area of metadata, quality assurance and standards to support
the flow of OA monographs into the supply chain and the discovery
of OA monographs by librarians and end users. Participants will also
be invited to suggest other elements that will need to be explored
and to join a discussion on how libraries wish to discover, catalogue
and handle OA monographs and how institutions might deal with
monographs and edited collections within their repositories.
Chair: Simon Bell, Head of Partnerships, British Library
OA and metadata – quality assurance and transparency
Challenges in the supply chain and ONIX for OA books
Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB)
Discovery and dissemination of OA books
Author deposit in institutional repositories
Strand 3: How can funders and policy makers support
the transition to OA monographs?
How can funders and policy makers support the transition to OA
monographs? This strand is for policy makers and funders to look
at where collaboration will help to support a robust research
environment. The session will bring together policy makers and
research funders that are interested or actively involved in
supporting Open Access for monographs, through specific
experiments, projects or funding schemes.
Chair: Bas Savenije, OAPEN
Examples of funding programmes and OA book projects
United Kingdom: Mark Llewellyn, AHRC and OAPEN-UK
Netherlands: Annemarie Bos, NWO and OAPEN-NL
Germany: Angela Holzer, DFG, and Ralf Schimmer, MPG
Austria: Doris Haslinger, FWF
Sweden: Thomas Neidenmark, Stockholm University
Discussion session
12.30 – 13.45 Lunch and posters
13.45 – 14.45 Strands, afternoon session (1, 2 and 3 continued)
14.45 – 15.15 Coffee
15.15 – 16.15 Showcase 2
MPublishing – Shana Kimball
Open Monograph Press at Heidelberg – Andrea Hacker
Hybrid Publishing Lab – TBC
16.15 – 16.45 Closing Keynote
Cameron Neylon, Public Library of Science (PLoS)
17.00 Close

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