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Oxford Open: How Oxford University Press Supports Open Access Publishing . Jenny Brothwell. Regional Sales Manager - Nordics, OUP Lund Online, March 2014 Alternative contact: Rhodri Jackson , Senior Publisher, Oxford Open (OUP) r hodri.jackson@oup.com. OUP’s OA Strategy.

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oxford open how oxford university press supports open access publishing
Oxford Open: How Oxford University Press Supports Open Access Publishing

Jenny Brothwell

Regional Sales Manager- Nordics, OUP

Lund Online, March 2014

Alternative contact:

Rhodri Jackson, Senior Publisher, Oxford Open (OUP)

rhodri.jackson@oup.com

oup s oa strategy
OUP’s OA Strategy

Support sustainable and high-quality OA publishing

Willingness to experimentwith different business models and share evidence

Engagementwith the author, society, reader, funder, and industry communities

Fairand sustainableOA charges and subscription pricing

Efficientadministration and user-friendlyinterface

open access at oup oxford open
Open Access at OUP: Oxford Open
  • Open Access brand for OUP
    • 18 Full OA journals
    • +200 Hybrid OA journals
      • No double dipping!
  • Launched July 2005
  • Published 3,739 OA articles in 2013
  • Creative Commons licenses
  • All Oxford Open content is deposited in PMC
  • Self-archiving policies for authors to enable green OA
  • Reduced fees for authors based in developing countries
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Open Access monographs: OAPEN-UK

OUP joined in September 2013:

  • Contributed 18 pairs, frontlist and backlist from Law and Ac Trade

Planning further OA books activity:

  • Pilots
  • In-house projects
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Open Access in the UK

Open Access policies in the UK

  • Wellcome Trust
  • deposit in PMC 6 months after publication,
  • CC-BY required if Wellcome funds used for Gold OA (as of 1st April 2013)
  • Research Councils UK (RCUK)
  • 1st April 2013
  • Papers which acknowledge funding by the Research Councils must be published in RCUK compliant journals…

http://www.bouletfermat.com/backgrounds/london_statuary.html

rcuk continued journals are compliant if
RCUK continuedJournals are compliant if…

Option 1

  • immediate and unrestricted access to the publisher’s final version
  • immediate deposit in other repositories without restriction on re-use.
  • ‘Article Processing Charge’ (APC) can be charged
  • CC-BY license should be used in this case.

OR

Option 2

  • journal must allow deposit of Accepted Manuscripts
  • without restrictions on non-commercial re-use
  • deposit/access must be within 12 months; except AHRC/ESRC (24 months)
  • no ‘APC’ will be payable to the publisher.
oup s oa discounting policy
OUP’s OA discounting policy

We’ve been applying discount to prices since 2005

Discount is based on % of OA pages in a journal

Discount is based on last completed year at time of pricing

  • i.e. 2015 prices will be based on 2013 uptake
  • Online price (after any inflationary increase) is reduced by the % of OA pages in the journal
  • A slight modifier (80% of uptake) is applied in order to moderate any large swings in price, up or down

Discounts are inherited into Collection (Big Deal) pricing.

Presentation name Presenter Name and Date

total cost of publication
‘Total Cost of Publication’

UK Government wants discounts at localised level

Most publishers discount globally

Three key principles in David Willetts’ letter to Janet Finch of 23 January 2014

Government will look for ‘firm evidence’ of this in 2014 review of OA policy

total cost of publication1
‘Total Cost of Publication’
    • A meaningful proportion of an HEI’s total APC costs with a publisher to be offset against total subscription payments, or vice versa
    • A sliding scale to be applied to this proportion to incentivise use of Gold OA
    • A limit applied to the total value of this offset for an HEI, taking into account admin costs incurred by both the HEI and the publisher.
  • IoP have already made a deal like this with FWF in Austria
  • OUP is considering all options on this and is grateful for feedback
total cost of publication2
‘Total Cost of Publication’
  • Question from OUP to Librarians:

Localised discounting based on APC contributions:

    • Is it fair?
    • Favours institutions research producers over research consumers?
  • If institutions choose to raise APC funds for researchers:

(+) Wider dissemination of research.

(--) Allocating funds can be difficult.

discoverability
Discoverability

OA content included with licenced content, platform and metadata

All metadata sent to 3rd party discoverability services

How about packaging OA metadata with licenced content?

Marketing of OA content is exactly the same as licence content

Journals marketing aimed primarily at the end user

the future
The Future

By 2020: Mixed model

RCUK: “This is a journey, not an event”

New model?

Return to subscription model?

OUP will continue to be flexible, welcome suggestions, and experiment with new ideas.