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Open access Resources for Teachers - Importance of open access Journals

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Open access Resources for Teachers - Importance of open access Journals

  1. 1. OPEN ACCESS RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS Vrushali Dandawate Librarian AISSMS College of Engineering, Pune Ambassador, DOAJ India Vrushali@doaj.org,vsdandawate@aissmscoe.com For Presentation in “One day workshop on “OER for Teachers “at MITACSE Alandi Pune 29/06/2019
  2. 2. What is Open Access ? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5rVH1 KGBCY
  3. 3. • Open Access is the practice of providing on-line access to scientific information that is free charge to the reader and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.1&2 • OA is a kind of access, not a kind of business model, license, or content.2 1 https://openaccess.mpg.de/2076881/2014_05-h2020-factsheet-open-access-faq.pdf 2 http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/overview.htm What is Open Access?
  4. 4. 5 For a work to be OA, the copyright holder must consent in advance to let users “copy, use, distribute, transmit and display the work publicly and to make and distribute derivative works, in any digital medium for responsible purpose, subject to proper attribution of authorship” (Bethesda, Berlin statements) Remove access & price barriers Remove permission barriers Open Access Definition
  5. 5. Libraries Universities & Institutions Scholars Free Provide access OPEN ACCESS ARCHIVES GREEN ROUTE Articles freely available in repositories – discoverable on the Internet Inelastic supply Increase disciplines & therefore titles –sm Profiteering? DUE TO : SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION CRISIS OPEN ACCESS Articles freely available in peer review OA journals OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS GOLD ROUTE Publishers Sign over copyright Peer review
  6. 6. How do you participate in OA as a researcher? GOLD ROUTE GREEN ROUTE
  7. 7. GOLD ROUTE Identify a reputable OA journal1 Send your paper for peer review 2 When paper is accepted – pay an “article processing charge” (APC) to publisher 3 Your paper is published in the OA journal 4
  8. 8. Use DOAJ to look for OA journals  12500 journals  130 countries  3 m articles Full-text OA journals Identify a reputable OA journal 1 Send your paper for peer review 2 When paper is accepted – pay an “article processing charge” (APC) to publisher 3 Your paper is published in the OA journal 4 GOLD ROUTE
  9. 9. Submit paper to selected journal as per normal 1 When paper is accepted – submit final peer-reviewed copy to an open repository (e.g. institutional Repository such as ePrints@IISc) 2 Metadata of record will be picked up by Google 3 GREEN ROUTE 4 Anyone can find your article via Google
  10. 10. Submit paper to selected journal as per normal 1 When paper is accepted – submit final peer-reviewed copy to an open repository (e.g. institutional Repository such as ePrints@IISc) 2 Metadata of record will be picked up by Google 3 GREEN ROUTE 4 Anyone can find your article via Google Self-archiving http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ Publishers typically allow with embargo period – 6 months to 2 years Most publishers only allow “accepted version” and not the journal formatted version to be archived in repository Accepted version is your final manuscript after peer review. Most publishers allow this version to be made available via your institutional repository. Do not lose it!
  11. 11. What is the DOAJ? •The Directory of Open Access Journals launched in May 2003, Lund University, Sweden with 300 titles •Community-curated not-for-profit database of high quality open access journal titles across all scholarly disciplines •Now includes nearly 11938 journals and more than 2 million links to OA articles
  12. 12. DOAJ MISSION • DOAJ's mission is to increase the visibility, accessibility, reputation, usage and impact of quality, peer-reviewed, open access scholarly research journals globally, regardless of discipline, geography or language
  13. 13. Who benefits from the work DOAJ is doing? • DOAJ enables researchers, students and the public to search for good open access journals, and by that prevents the use of unethical or questionable journals. • DOAJ allow researchers, and those who advise them, to find proper publishing channels, and even such that complies with their funder policies and mandates.
  14. 14. • Research managers: – are using DOAJ and DOAJ data to determine whether researchers are publishing in good open access journals. – use DOAJ to monitor compliance with open access policies and mandates.
  15. 15. • Authors/researchers: – DOAJ is a reference point for researchers looking for good publishing channels within their field of research, they can check whether a journal complies with funder or university open access mandates. By using DOAJ for identifying good open access journals they can be reassured that they do not submit their papers to questionable journals.
  16. 16. • Research funders – look to DOAJ to check for good open access journals, to check whether they comply with their policies and mandates, – several funders have open access publication funds and often listing in DOAJ is an eligibility criterion for getting support – operate list of Approved Publication Channels and want good OA-journals included
  17. 17. • Libraries: – Libraries are providing advice to researchers as to where to publish, and DOAJ is an important tool in that regard. – Libraries are often the managers of open access publication funds at universities, more often than not listing in DOAJ is mandatory for journals to be eligible for support from such open access publication funds.
  18. 18. • Publishers/Learned Societies: – Publishers are an important stakeholder group in relation to the DOAJ. Listing in the DOAJ, this provides a stamp of quality. – The DOAJ criteria offer a checklist describing best practice that is useful for new enterprises, scholar publishers and publishers moving from a subscription-based portfolio to including open access titles. – The value of the DOAJ to publishers is demonstrated in the number of sponsorships the service receives. – Learned Societies are also important stakeholders. DOAJ helps societies understand the basic requirements of open access and help them to find a best way of switching from a society journal to an open access journal by redefining their source of income.
  19. 19. •Governance • Advisory Board – no influence, but providing advice – OA- advocates, publishers and library directors •Organization • Managing Director – Lars • Community Manager – Dominic, Clara • Editor-in-Chief – Tom •Managing Editors and Publication Specialists – Sonja, Rikard, Alejandra & Judith, Leena, Kamel, LLaria •Editor Groups (based on language areas) based on voluntary – non-paid work • (currently groups of Editors & Associate Editors •DOAJ Ambassadors!! DOAJ TEAM
  20. 20. Volunteers and Ambassadors • 50+ Voluntary Editors/Associate Editors working unpaid a few hours/week – distributed in editorial groups managing 20+ languages • 20 Ambassadors recruited to – Promote DOAJ – Handle applications of journals to be listed in DOAJ – Promote best publishing practice and – Help identifying and spotting questionable and unethical publishers • Ambassadors are based in – China, India, Russia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Algeria, South Africa and Mexico, Indonesia & Korea – covering Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America
  21. 21. How do DOAJ work??
  22. 22. • Journals apply via the application form • The application form is available in 13 languages
  23. 23. The application form • The new application form: • http://doaj.org/application/new
  24. 24. The DOAJ mission •Curate, maintain, develop a reliable directory of online OA scholarly journals •Increase visibility, dissemination, discoverability, attraction of OA journals •Be the starting point for all information searches for quality, peer-reviewed OA journal content • Enable scholars, libraries, universities, funders, others to benefit from freely available information
  25. 25. The DOAJ mission •Help readers to find quality OA material • Help authors to identify where to publish • Help libraries to highlight OA resources to patrons • Help funders to ensure compliance with mandates • Help publishers to increase visibility and usage • Help publishers to adopt best practice • Help to build a better publishing system for all
  26. 26. Why Editors want to index their journal in DOAJ? • Higher visibility for your journal • More discoverability of journal content •Demonstrate quality in your journal processes •Enhance reputation of your journal • Attract more authors •Meet requirements of research funders
  27. 27. Requirements for inclusion in DOAJ • Full (“gold”) open access - not hybrid • Immediate access to all full text with no embargo • Peer reviewed journal • Full text original research/review papers - not abstracts • Primary audience is researchers • Any disciplines/subjects • Any languages
  28. 28. Publisher/Editor Applies DOAJ Editor Assess/ISSN DOAJ Team Evaluate & Recommend DOAJ Editor Final Decision Feedback to Publisher/Editor Workflow 1. Reject 2. Approve 3. Approve & Seal
  29. 29. Journal website and content •Journal must have a registered ISSN • Contact details should be available for journal •Unique URL per article •Publication date for each article •Minimum of 5 scholarly articles published per year
  30. 30. Journal information •Clear open access statement •Aims & scope •Instructions for authors •Peer review process •Author fees (must be stated even if none charged!) •Waiver policy, if applicable
  31. 31. Editorial board •Journal must have an Editor and Editorial board •Editorial board should contain at least 5 members •Members must be experts in field •Names and affiliations should be shown for all members •DOAJ may contact some board members
  32. 32. Editorial process •Demonstrate rigorous quality control •External peer review before publication •Type of review should be stated •e.g. blind, double blind, open •Plagiarism checking recommended •using specialist software, e.g. iThenticate
  33. 33. Content licensing •The terms of use and reuse of the journal content must be clear to both authors and readers •Creative Commons licenses recommended •Allows people to share and adapt the content •Non-commercial uses only •Credit to original authors •Share derived content under the same licence
  34. 34. Copyright •Copyright of published articles may be retained by the authors or transferred to the publisher
  35. 35. DOAJ Seal for Open Access journals •Best practice recommendations for OA publishing •Based on 7 criteria relating to accessibility, openness, discoverability, reuse, and authors rights •All criteria must be met to be awarded the DOAJ Seal •Note the Seal does not reflect the academic quality of the journal
  36. 36. DOAJSeal
  37. 37. Live Session https://doaj.org
  38. 38. How DOAJ will useful for Open Access Publishing Best practice guidelines •Providing clear information on the website for authors and readers is recommended •Demonstrates quality and commitment to standards •Builds trust in your journal •See Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing https://doaj.org/bestpractice
  39. 39. DOWNLOAD CSV FILE FROM DOAJ.ORG
  40. 40. DOAJ Open Access Journals
  41. 41. DOAJ Ambassador Program India The programme, which was funded for a year by IDRC, the International Development Research Centre, enabled the DOAJ to hire and train Ambassadors from the South to promote DOAJ and Open Access The DOAJ currently has 23 Ambassadors worldwide located in Latin America, Africa & the Middle East, India China, Indonesia and additional countries in South East Asia and Russia. • Leena Shah (Editor, Ambassador) • Vrushali Dandawate ( Ambassador)
  42. 42. Think Check Submit Be aware from Questionable Publishers https://thinkchecksubmit.org/
  43. 43. OER Guides by Subject https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7BlfcMmDcO Mcm5sR0daV0dKM3c
  44. 44. Open Access Books
  45. 45. Open Access Repositories
  46. 46. Shodhaganga
  47. 47. Shodhganga search
  48. 48. Online Learning NPTEL
  49. 49. NPTEL Local Chapter at College Level Students faculty can register for this Local chapter and get certifications Benefits- Useful for placement selection For updating of subject knowledge Get certificate from IIT Category students getting 50 % off on course fee
  50. 50. FDP program under NPTEL Enrolment started please check website
  51. 51. NPTEL Courses Registration Details Sr No NPTEL Exams Toppers 1 Jan- Apr 2018 Courses 1 Prof Dharankar Course Topper 2 Pragya Agarwal Course Topper 3 Prof Ghugare Course Topper 2 July- Oct 2017 Courses 1 Prof Parekar Course Topper 3 July- Sept 2017 Courses 1 Prof K Jethani Course Topper 2 Prof Karndikar Course Topper Active SPOC Certificate Award – Vrushali Dandawate Librarian NPTEL Coordinator Active Local Chapter College received 17 Number in all India Overall Ranking and first in Pune - July- Oct 17 Exam College Ranked in Top 100 NPTEL Local Chapter First in Pune 3rd In Maharashtra and 69 in India – Jan to Apr 18 Exam NPTEL Achievements toppers Sr No Exams Faculty Students Total Courses Enrollments Faculty Students Total Exam Registration 1 Jan to Apr 2019 35 230 265 44 147 190 2 July - Oct 2018 Courses 284 1856 2140 58 246 304 3 Jan- Apr 2018 Courses 266 1620 1941 64 193 257 4 July- Oct 2017 Courses 131 669 838 35 53 88 5 July- Sept 2017 Courses 118 590 749 31 16 47
  52. 52. Swayam
  53. 53. Multimedia
  54. 54. Khan Academy
  55. 55. Share your knowledge Through
  56. 56. Acedemia.Edu
  57. 57. Research Gate
  58. 58. Share and learn • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTleMra GigA
  59. 59. Thanks Any Questions?

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