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Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals

@inproceedings{Bailey2005OpenAB,
  title={Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals},
  author={Bailey and W Charles},
  year={2005}
}
The Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals provides an overview of open access concepts, and it presents over 1,300 selected English-language books, conference papers (including some digital video presentations), debates, editorials, e-prints, journal and magazine articles, news articles, technical reports, and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding the open access movement's efforts to provide free access… 
Riding the Wave of Open Access: Providing Library Research Support for Scholarly Publishing Literacy
Researchers are experiencing intense pressures to publish and increase research outputs. Recently many research funders have introduced policies and mandates related to open access, which have
Self-archiving and the Copyright Transfer Agreements of ISI-ranked library and information science journals
  • A. Coleman
  • Political Science
    J. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
  • 2007
TLDR
Given the ambivalence of journal publishers, the communities might be better off by self-archiving in open access archives and strategically building an LIS information commons through a society-led global scholarly communication consortium.
Review Symposium: The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship
This Review Symposium is devoted to John Willinsky’s book The Access Principle: the case for open access to research and scholarship. It opens with an Introduction by Michael A. Peters, then
Citation impact of Open Access journals
TLDR
There is quite a uniform way about methodology of citation counts and substantial research about motivation for URL citations to LIS articles, according to a literature review of the main research about citation impact of Open Access journals.
Electronic Books: A Bibliography
TLDR
This bibliography provides references of the published literature on e-books and related technologies in one source so that it will save time for others in conducting literature searches and reviewing the developments.
Open Access and Closed Discourses: Constructing Open Access as a 'Development' Issue
This thesis investigates the connection between open access – the free online availability and distribution of scientific and scholarly publications – and the ‘developing world’ from a post-
Open Access to Knowledge and Challenges in Digital Libraries
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The chapter points out the roles and responsibilities of information managers, primarily within academic and research institutions, assisting users for open access to e-resources for the benefit of their own organizations and the global scientific community.
The Role of Reference Librarians in Institutional Repositories
Purpose – This paper proposes explaining institutional repositories (IRs) and open access, discussing the relationship of open access to IRs, and examining the possible roles of reference librarians
Digital Librarians and the Challenges of Open Access to Knowledge: The Michael Okpara University of Agriculture (MOUAU) Library Experience
TLDR
The state of open access in MOUAU is examined, discussing the challenges confronting the managers (digital librarians) and the purpose of digital libraries, which are an emerging concept in Nigeria.
National differences in librarians' reception to the open access movement: A comparison of the professional library literatures of China, Taiwan, and the United States
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References

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Metalist of Open Access E-print Archives: the Genesis of Institutional Archives and Independent Services
TLDR
This list and its categorisation gives a broad overview of the structure, size and progress of full-text open access eprint archives.
How Dynamic E-journals can Interconnect Open Access Archives
Influential scientists are urging journal publishers to free their published works so they can be accessed in comprehensive digital archives. That would create the opportunity for new services that
The impact of OAI-based search on access to research journal papers
TLDR
This paper outlines why institutional and national policies mandating the self-archiving of all funded research output in open access archives are beneficial to researchers, their institutions, funders, and to research itself.
Open Publishing: How publishers are reacting
TLDR
Placing content in freely accessible open archives without having an alternative cost-recovery model in place could be disastrous, for journals are genuinely valuable to the scholarly community.
Impact of prior electronic publication on manuscript consideration policies of scholarly journals
The purpose of this research was to study current policies and practices of scholarly journals on evaluating manuscripts for publication that had been previously published electronically. Various
Proxy Searching of Non-Searchable and Poorly Searchable Open Access Archives of Digital Scholarly Journals
TLDR
Both types of archives can be searched using as a proxy the advanced options of some of the Web-wide search engines, such as Google, AllTheWeb and WiseNut, which spider the open access sites hosting the archives of full-text articles in HTML, Word and/or PDF format.
Wellcome to fund publication in open-access journals
  • D. Butler
  • Political Science, Medicine
    Nature
  • 2003
Scholary Publication and Copyright in Networked Electronic Publishing
TLDR
New models of copyright ownership and management can be developed for electronic publishing of scholarly works and research results that will provide greater control to the faculty author, ease the distribution and permissions process for the use of copyrighted works in teaching and research, and ultimately will reduce costs to universities which currently must repurchase faculty-produced works from commercial publishers.
Copyright Contradictions in Scholarly Publishing
TLDR
The specifics of publishers' contracts with editors and authors, as well as the larger spirit of copyright law are reviewed in seeking to help scholars to better understand the consequences the choices they make between commercial and open access publishing models for the future of academic knowledge.
Developing services for open eprint archives: globalisation, integration and the impact of links
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The Open Citation project is described, which will focus on linking papers held in freely accessible eprint archives such as the Los Alamos physics archives and other distributed archives, and which will build on the work of the Open Archives initiative to make the data held in such archives available to compliant services.
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