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Oxford Open initiative. A short overview from Oxford Journals. Wolfgang Steinmetz Oxford University Press. eIFL GA 06.08.2010 – 08.08.2010 Lund, Sweden. eIFL GA 2010 Lund, Sweden. eIFL GA 2010 Lund, Sweden.

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oxford open initiative

Oxford Open initiative

A short overview from Oxford Journals

Wolfgang Steinmetz

Oxford University Press

eIFL GA 06.08.2010 – 08.08.2010 Lund, Sweden

eifl ga 2010 lund sweden1
eIFL GA 2010 Lund, Sweden
  • Introduction about OUP and our mission
eifl ga 2010 lund sweden2
eIFL GA 2010 Lund, Sweden
  • Introduction about OUP and our mission

Overview about Oxford Open initiative

eifl ga 2010 lund sweden3
eIFL GA 2010 Lund, Sweden
  • Introduction about OUP and our mission

Overview about Oxford Open initiative

Oxford Journals collections 2011

facts and figures1
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

facts and figures
facts and figures2
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

- is the largest and oldest university press in the world

facts and figures
facts and figures3
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

- is the largest and oldest university press in the world

- has a sales turnover of more than £500 million p.a.

facts and figures
facts and figures4
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

- is the largest and oldest university press in the world

- has a sales turnover of more than £500 million p.a.

- employs more than 5.000 staff worldwide

facts and figures
facts and figures5
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

- is the largest and oldest university press in the world

- has a sales turnover of more than £500 million p.a.

- employs more than 5.000 staff worldwide

- publishes more than 6.000 publications p.a. and more than 240 Journals

facts and figures
facts and figures6
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

- is the largest and oldest university press in the world

- has a sales turnover of more than £500 million p.a.

- employs more than 5.000 staff worldwide

- publishes more than 6.000 publications p.a. and more than 240 Journals

- free and/or greatly reduced online access to our content for low income countries for example eIFL and others

facts and figures
facts and figures7
Oxford University Press…

- was founded 1478

- is a department of the University of Oxford

- is the largest and oldest university press in the world

- has a sales turnover of more than £500 million p.a.

- employs more than 5.000 staff worldwide

- publishes more than 6.000 publications p.a. and more than 240 Journals

- free and/or greatly reduced online access to our content for low income countries for example eIFL and others

- non profit company

facts and figures
our mission
Our mission
  • Oxford University Press’ mission is to further excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide; to bring the highest quality research to the widest possible audience.
what is open access
What is open access?

Traditional journal funding model:

  • Libraries purchase subscriptions

‘Gold’ Open Access Model

- Authors pay for their Peer-reviewed articles to be published

‘Green’ Open Access Model

  • Authors deposit in freely accessible repositories

OUP accommodates green and gold OA.

oxford open
Oxford Open
  • The OA brand for Oxford Journals
  • Six fully OA titles including NAR (Nucleic Acids Research)
  • Optional (hybrid) OA for ~93 more journals
  • Mixed funding sources, but mainly author charges
  • Reduced author charges for authors in developing countries
  • Editorial decisions kept firmly separate from author charge/OA decisions
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Oxford Open
  • Our Creative Commons licence allows authors to re-use their material elsewhere for non-commercial purposes
  • Oxford Journals automatically deposits open access articles in PubMed Central (PMC) for the majority of journals in Oxford Open
  • Articles published under the Oxford Open model are made freely available online immediately upon publication, without subscription barriers to access.
  • Self-archiving policies for authors to enable green OA
  • Joining the 2008 founded Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association, focused on gold OA, http://www.oaspa.org/
93 optional hybrid oa journals
93 Optional (hybrid) OA Journals

Optional (hybrid) means that authors may chose to pay for open access publication in order to make their article freely available. However, open access publication is not a requirement for publication in these journals.

Standard model journals

Open access articles published in these 93 journals will automatically be deposited in PMC by Oxford Journals on behalf of the author.

nucleic acids research
Nucleic Acids Research
  • Largest OUP-owned title
  • Impact Factor: 7.479
  • Subscription model → Full OA in 2005
  • 2.770 $ charge per paper
  • About 2.700 submissions in 2009 (as in 2004)
  • About 1.100 papers published per volume (40% acceptance rate)
2009 nar survey 1094 respondents
2009 NAR survey; 1094 respondents

Would you have published your paper(s) in NAR if it had not offered open access?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Don’t know
  • Response
      • 64%
      • 12%
      • 24%
summary
Summary
  • STM publishing is changing rapidly
  • Open access models are evolving
  • Establishment of norms in pricing (author charges)
  • OUP continues to experiment with full and hybrid OA
  • Author service is top priority (reputation/quality/speed)
  • Questions for the future:
    • How will gold OA uptake affect subscriptions to hybrid journals?
    • Will the recession bolster or break OA?
    • Will green OA become more prevalent and what impact will this have?
oxford journals collection 2011
Oxford Journals collection 2011

Full collection 228 Journals

Medicine collection 68 Journals

Life Science collection 34 Journals

Mathematics & Physical collection 25 Journals

Law collection 28 Journals

Humanities collection 61 Journals

Social Sciences collection 44 Journals

STM collection 111 Journals

HSS collection 128 Journals

Biomedical collection 78 Journals

Policy collection 37 Journals

Economics & Finance collection 29 Journals

oup journals eifl pricing 2011
OUP Journals eIFL pricing 2011

Free access

Cambodia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Senegal, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Very high country discount according to eIFL and OUP Band

Albania, Azerbaijan, Cameroon, Kosovo, Lesotho, Maldives, Moldova, Mongolia, Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan

High country discount according to eIFL and OUP Band

Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Macedonia, Nigeria, Palestine

Large country discount according to eIFL and OUP Band

Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia

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Visite us at the conference area

Adina Teusan from Oxford online

Wolfgang Steinmetz from Oxford Journals

Thank you!