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Editori senza policy Open access: quali strategie adottare? Luigi Sambuelli Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Ambiente del Territorio e delle Infrastrutture. Le azioni possibili.
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quali strategie adottare?
Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Ambiente del Territorio e delle Infrastrutture
Mia mail del 13 Settembre 2012 17:35all‘editor in chief di NSG
On 23 October I’ll have to give a brief talk in my university on “What to do when the Editors have no policy about OA opportunity” and EAGE is one of these cases.
We prepared two letter forms: one to be sent contemporarily to submission of a paper and one to be sent after the submission. I send to you these two forms in attach. Can you help me? To whom I should send these forma in order to get the OFFICIAL answer of EAGE editor?
What would it be the answer of EAGE?
Thank you very much
Mail inoltrata il 13 Settembre 2012 17.29 dall‘editor in chief di NSG a editori delle atre riviste EAGE
I like to bring the open access issue again to the attention of EAGE and ask for a suitable scheme to meet the need of authors to be able to place their published work subsequently on (noncommercial) open access platforms. In our function as members of the publication committee and being in charge of the journals as editors, we are increasingly confronted with this issue.
One way handling this is suggested by Luigi Sambuelli, also Associate Editor by Near Surface Geophysics (see below and attached). In fact, we are aware of many journals doing this alike.
With this, I am asking EAGE to establish a clear policy and working scheme for allowing authors to place their work in open access platforms.
We know, that authors actually check on this possibility before submitting and it is getting increasingly an important factor by their decision to which journal the they like to submit.
Mail del 13 Settembre 2012 18.04 da un membro dell‘editorial board di PG
I think this is a matter for the whole Board of EAGE to consider.
I propose that we ask SMITH to provide Head Office advice on this request to the Board, and I encourage editors of the other EAGE journals to submit their comments to SMITH, with copies to SMITH, to all the other editors, and to me. Of course, we cannot act unilaterally with respect to Basin Research and Petroleum Geoscience because we are only co-owners of those two journals.
Mail del 13 Settembre 2012 19.44 dall‘editor in chief di PG
The matter was discussed at the last PG Owners’ Meeting in Houten. In a nutshell, GSL have formed a working group charged with developing a policy to advise the GSL Council through the Publications Committee. Sounds a bit bureaucratic but SMITH of GSL Publishing House gave a quick but thorough overview of the situation. It will affect publicly-funded research in the first instance as governments increasingly require OA publication.