Open access publishing, Information resources management, Academic libraries
Investigating the use of gold open access content within subscription content has been a near impossible task until the adoption of the COUNTER 4 statistics in 2014. By reviewing the COUNTER JR1 GOA 2014 reports, two librarians evaluate the gold open access usage at their respective institutions from the following publishers: Elsevier, NPG, Sage, Springer, and Wiley. This initial investigation will be a benchmark for future studies to see if there is any impact on subscribed content or if usage is limited to non-subscribed content from these providers. Attendees will become familiar with the JR1 GOA reports from COUNTER as well be introduced to new evaluative techniques for hybrid open access content.
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Emery, Jill and Bobal, Alison, "Gathering the Needles Evaluating the Impact of Gold Open Access Content with Traditional Subscription Journals" (2015). Library Faculty Publications and Presentations. 200.