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Opening up the open access archive Amanda Lawrence APO Managing Editor. The obesity epidemic. How is policy made?. The Hollowmen, Episode 1. Fat chance http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=7XeQin9abx4. Benefit of subscription vs open access publishing.

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opening up the open access archive amanda lawrence apo managing editor
Opening up the open access archive

Amanda Lawrence

APO Managing Editor

how is policy made
How is policy made?

The Hollowmen, Episode 1. Fat chance

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=7XeQin9abx4

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Benefit of subscription vs open access publishing

Ref: John Houghton 2006, Research cmmunication costs in Australia: Emerging opportunities and benefits

lecturers researchers teachers students
Lecturers, researchers, teachers, students

I use it to support my teaching of undergraduate social work students and for my own postgraduate research.

government bureaucrats researchers policy makers
Government bureaucrats, researchers, policy makers

“Its a major asset to me. It has opened up links with all sorts of researchers with my govt health work…”

community sector and ngos
Community sector and NGOs

“It's one of the most valuable resources available to help NGOs connect with current research work, without having to have a direct link to a university and/or academic in the field”

journalists librarians other professionals
Journalists, librarians & other professionals

“Have frequently found out about reports from APO rather than the original source, many of which I DO monitor. Have recommended this site to other librarians.”

why the need to upgrade
Why the need to upgrade?

“That cute little classification scheme you devise when you have 1,000 records will be driving you crazy with its inadequacies by the time there are 10,000 records.”

(Marcia Bates 2002)

goals of the upgrade
Goals of the upgrade
  • Tailor content to readers’ interests
  • Make content more browsable
  • Make search faster and more accurate
  • Increase revenue
what our readers told us functionality
What our readers told us - functionality

Faster

Topic subsites

More specific browsing options

Full text search of pdfs

Bookmarks/favourites

what our readers told us content
What our readers told us - content

Research, research, research

Research guides – wiki style

Policy news - feeds

Website listings

Audio/video

what the business needed
What the business needed

More efficient catalogueing

More contextual advertising

Online credit card payment

new classification
New classification

Creative economy

Economics

Education

Environment & Planning

Health

Justice

Indigenous

International

Politics

Social Policy

thank you
Thank you

www.apo.org.au

Contact:

alawrence@swin.edu.au

or

admin@apo.org.au