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5-minute Lightning Talk

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Open Access publishing is publishing, and it costs money. At the UO Libraries, one of the ways we are supporting OA publishing though a pilot Article Processing Charge Fund. It is designed to support all researchers - from undergraduates to faculty to staff - in publishing their work in fully open access journals and books. Now in its second year, we can share what works, difficulties we’ve encountered, ways we are expanding financial support for open access publishing, and how this program has facilitated advocacy for open access.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Attendees will be able to articulate the types of open access publishing they would be interested in supporting
  2. Attendees will be able to retrieve information about open access publications from reputable resources

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© 2022 Miriam Rigby and Franny Gaede

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@mfgaede

Start Date

25-3-2022 1:20 PM

End Date

25-3-2022 1:35 PM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/37338

Subjects

Scholarly communication, Open scholarship

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Mar 25th, 1:20 PM Mar 25th, 1:35 PM

Researchers like Money: Library Funding to Support Open Access Publishing via Article Processing Fees

Open Access publishing is publishing, and it costs money. At the UO Libraries, one of the ways we are supporting OA publishing though a pilot Article Processing Charge Fund. It is designed to support all researchers - from undergraduates to faculty to staff - in publishing their work in fully open access journals and books. Now in its second year, we can share what works, difficulties we’ve encountered, ways we are expanding financial support for open access publishing, and how this program has facilitated advocacy for open access.