COASP 2015

COASP 2015
September 15-17, 2015
Amsterdam

The 7th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP) was held in the Trippenhuis at The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) in Amsterdam.

Table of Contents

  1. Welcome
  2. Keynote: ‘Building capacity for web-enabled science’
  3. JATS4R: Let’s standardise the way we’re tagging our content to enhance reusability
  4. The Future of Scholarship in a Digital Age?
  5. DOI Event Tracker

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Welcome

Mark Patterson, Eelco Ferwerda, Dr Theo Mulder
eLife, OAPEN, Director, KNAW

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Keynote: ‘Building capacity for web-enabled science’

Kaitlin Thaney
Mozilla Science Lab

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JATS4R: Let’s standardise the way we’re tagging our content to enhance reusability

The Future of Scholarship in a Digital Age?

Jonathan Gray
Open Knowledge

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DOI Event Tracker

Geoffrey Bilder
CrossRef

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Lightning Talks – poster presenters

 
 

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Panel 1: Innovation in scholarly communication – Q&A

Kaveh Bazargan, Jonathan Gray, Geoffrey Bilder
Representing a publisher collaboration, Open Knowledge, CrossRef

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Keynote: SCOAP3

Salvatore Mele
CERN

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IOPP and offsetting

Steve Hall
IOP Publishing

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Managing the total cost of publication – an update on Jisc’s work to negotiate offsetting agreements with publishers

Liam Earney
Jisc Collections

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Monitoring the transition to open access in the UK

Stephen Pinfield
University of Sheffield, UK

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Springer’s high-impact off-setting model – experiences so far

Juliane Ritt
Springer Nature

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Panel 2: Business models to support the transition to OA – Q&A

Salvatore Mele, Steve Hall
CERN, IOP Publishing

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Keynote: ‘What can history teach us about the future of academic publishing?’

Aileen Fyfe
University of St.Andrews

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Keynote: ‘Events in the Netherlands – a national approach to open access’

Ron Dekker
Director Institutes NWO, Project leader Open Access NL

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On The Norwegian Road to Open Access

Jan Erik Frantsvag
UiT The Arctic University of Norway

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Chronos: Partnership for Policy Implementation

Jennifer Hansen
Gates Foundation

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Infrastructure for AHSS

Pierre Mounier
OpenEdition

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Progressive roads to OA – Q&A

Jan Erik Frantsvag, Jennifer Hansen, Pierre Mounier
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Gates Foundation, OpenEdition

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Research Involvement and Engagement: Partnership with patients in a new publication

Daniel Shanahan
BioMed Central

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Freedom APCs, an experimental model making Open Access publishing affordable to all

Bryan Vickery
Cogent OA

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Open Book Publishers: Adapting a Freemium Business Model for Open Access Book Publishing

Rupert Gatti
Open Book Publishers

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Research Pad

Patrick Martinent
Newgen

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The Open Anthropology Library: An Open Access Index and Community

Jenna Makowski
Alexander Street Press

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Sustaining central funds for Open Access publications

Margo Bargheer
University Press Goettingen

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Think. Check. Submit

Lars Bjornshauge

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Keynote: ‘Research and researcher evaluation’

Stephen Curry
Imperial College London

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Scholarly publishing: a perspective from an early career academic

Derek Groen
University College London

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Scholarly publishing: a perspective from an early career academic

Moqi Xu
London School of Economics

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Getting credit for peer review

Andrew Preston
Publons

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Scientific ecosystems and research reproducibility

Marcus Munafo
University of Bristol

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We need to talk about sharing

Ryan Merkley
Creative Commons

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Evaluation – Q&A

Andrew Preston, Marcus Munafo, Moqi Xu
London School of Economics, Publons, University of Bristol

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COASP 2015 – Closing remarks

Caroline Sutton
Co-Action Publishing

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