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The Power of the Public Access Initiative. Walt Warnick, Ph.D. Director, Office of Scientific and Technical Information. April 10-11, 2013 Des Moines, Iowa 2013 STIP Working Meeting. OSTP Memorandum. Increasing Access to the Results of Federally Funded Scientific Research .

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april 10 11 2013 des moines iowa 2013 stip working meeting

The Power of the Public Access Initiative

Walt Warnick, Ph.D.

Director, Office of Scientific and Technical Information

April 10-11, 2013

Des Moines, Iowa2013 STIP Working Meeting

ostp memorandum
OSTP Memorandum

Increasing Access to the Results of Federally Funded Scientific Research

  • Issued February 22, 2013.
  • Directed agencies that spend more than $100 million a year on R&D to prepare plans to make the results of research they fund publicly available within a year of publication.
  • Allowed six months for agencies to submit public access plans to OSTP for review.
doe sc director william brinkman s response
DOE/SC Director William Brinkman’s Response

In an interagency news release:

“Collaboration, transparency and open access to scientific findings accelerate discovery and innovation. The Department of Energy has been working for years with our colleagues in other science agencies and our stakeholders to advance open access. So we fully support the goals of the OSTP memorandum and will work quickly to develop and implement policies and procedures so that peer-reviewed journal articles funded by the Office of Science are available to the public."

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other reponses
Other Reponses

Heather Joseph, SPARC, “This is a watershed moment…The Directive will accelerate scientific discovery, improve education, and empower entrepreneurs to translate research into commercial ventures and jobs. It’s good for our nation, our economy, and our future.”

Steven Bell, Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL),“…This is big, profoundly historic and incredibly exciting… We celebrate the White house Directive that will make it happen now.”

Association of American Publishers (AAP), “…[OSTP’s new policy] outlines a reasonable, balanced resolution of issues around public access to research funded by federal agencies.”

how did we get here1
How Did We Get Here?

“Peer-reviewed scholarly publications of the results of unclassified research supported wholly or in part by federally funding will be permanently stored and accessible to enable any individual or business to search, retrieve and analyze these publications in ways that maximize the impact and accountability of the federal research investment.”

gold standard gap
Gold Standard Gap

Despite the breadth of the OSTI collections, they generally do not include what is considered the “gold standard” of scientific communication – peer-reviewed journal articles or final accepted manuscripts resulting from agency funding.

momentous opportunity
Momentous Opportunity

At Dr. Brinkman’s request, OSTI has been developing a public access gateway as DOE’s answer to the OSTP directive.

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A scalable prototype…

  • Complements and benefits from two ongoing OSTI-publisher collaborations:
  • FundRef
  • Metadata-sharing/linking agreements
paradigm shift
Paradigm Shift
  • PAGES operates as a “gateway,” where metadata is centralized, helping to enable discovery of DOE scholarly output.
  • Full-text articles and manuscripts are decentralized, accessible from metadata links to publisher or institutional websites.Modeled after existing systems.
  • Initial prototype collection represents a small publicly-accessible subset from PNAS and APS and a small subset of manuscripts from various DOE laboratories.

PAGES is ready to scale up by leveraging OSTI’s existing ingest system and network (STIP).

publishers involvement
Publishers’ Involvement

January 2013 Meeting with key publishers, including Elsevier, ACS, Wiley, APS & AIP

For DOE: Salmon, Warnick & Martin

Topic:

Department’s proposed approach to public access

Publishers’ General Consensus :

Some form of public access for ALL federally-funded research is coming

Conclusion:

The DOE model is perceived as less threatening to their overall publishing models than other approaches.

PAGES was generally well received…A KEY STEP FORWARD

once achieved the value is monumental
Once achieved, the value is monumental.
  • Recognizes the value added by publishers in providing high-quality scholarly communications and research tools and accommodates flexible publisher business models.
  • Promotes the Version of Record for each article.
  • Minimizes costto DOE.
  • Encourages coordination and collaboration among agencies
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CLOSING THOUGHT

There IS Power

in the Public Access Initiative

and we are all key players.