COASP 2016

COASP 2016
September 21–22, 2016

#COASP8
The 8th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP) was held at the Westin Arlington Gateway, Virginia.

Table of Contents

  1. Keynote - Going Open: Access, Data, Science, and Beyond…
  2. COASP 2016 – Welcome by Mark Patterson
  3. COASP 2016 – Welcome by Paul Peters
  4. COASP 2016 - Welcome by Lars Bjørnshauge
  5. Keynote - It’s Not Easy Being Open
  1. Lightning Talks – Poster Presenters
  2. From open access to open science: why the paper of the future will be data-driven
  3. Citations needed for the sum of all human knowledge: Wikidata as the missing link between scholarly publishing and linked open data
  4. Coasp 2016 – Q&A – Panel 1 - Technology and Innovation
  5. Keynote - Financial Sustainability of Open Access Scholarly Journals at Scale
  6. Flipping the Script: Building Cooperatives in Scholarly Publishing for Open Access
  7. Building a Non-APC Business Model for Humanities Journal Publishing
  8. The Open Access Model in Latin America
  9. Q&A - Panel 2 - Non APC OA publishing
  10. The internationalization of SciELO Brazil journals
  11. Results of Journal Flipping Project
  12. Research data: from journal policy to practice
  13. An overview of PubMed Central’s (PMC) inter-agency public access efforts
  14. Open access and cancer research
  15. Six Degrees of Connectedness – mapping Open Access’s many lives
  16. Keynote - Openness and consequences: Directions in pre- and post-publication peer review
  17. Middle author dilemma: how to recognize critical contributions of multidisciplinary teams
  18. Credit and Accountability – Tools for a Better Ecosystem
  19. Credit where Credit is Due: Acknowledging all Types of Contributions
  20. COASP 2016 - Q&A - Panel 3 – Evaluation
  21. Keynote - A Newcomers Perspective on Lessons Learned (or not) Toward Open Access Within Scholarly Communication
  22. bioRxiv: A Preprint Service for the Life Sciences
  23. Anthropology Commons: An Open Archive Initiative at Alexander Street
  24. MLA Commons & CORE: Networking Scholarly Communication
  25. COASP 2016 - Q&A - Panel 4: Open Scholarship Initiatives
  26. COASP 2016 Closing remarks

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Keynote – Going Open: Access, Data, Science, and Beyond…

Jerry Sheehan
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
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COASP 2016 – Welcome by Mark Patterson

Mark Patterson
Executive Director, eLife
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COASP 2016 – Welcome by Paul Peters

Paul Peters
CEO, Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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COASP 2016 – Welcome by Lars Bjørnshauge

Lars Bjørnshauge
Managing Director, DOAJ
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Keynote – It’s Not Easy Being Open

Heather Joseph
Executive Director, SPARC
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Lightning Talks – Poster Presenters

 
 
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From open access to open science: why the paper of the future will be data-driven

Alberto Pepe
Founder/CEO, Authorea
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Citations needed for the sum of all human knowledge: Wikidata as the missing link between scholarly publishing and linked open data

Dario Taraborelli
Head of Research, Wikimedia
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Coasp 2016 – Q&A – Panel 1 – Technology and Innovation

 
 
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Keynote – Financial Sustainability of Open Access Scholarly Journals at Scale

MacKenzie Smith
University Librarian, University of California, Davis
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Flipping the Script: Building Cooperatives in Scholarly Publishing for Open Access

Kamran Naim
Researcher, Open Access Publishing Cooperative Study
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Building a Non-APC Business Model for Humanities Journal Publishing

Caroline Edwards
Editorial Director, Open Library of Humanities
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The Open Access Model in Latin America

Arianna Becerril
Technology and Innovation Director, Redalyc
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Q&A – Panel 2 – Non APC OA publishing

 
 
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The internationalization of SciELO Brazil journals

Abel Packer
Director, SciELO
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Results of Journal Flipping Project

David Soloman
Professor, Department of Medicine, Michigan State University
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Research data: from journal policy to practice

Amye Kenall
Global Head of Life Sciences, Springer Nature
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An overview of PubMed Central’s (PMC) inter-agency public access efforts

Kathryn Funk
Program Specialist, PubMed Central, NLM
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Open access and cancer research

Katie Foxall
Head of Publishing, ecancer
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Six Degrees of Connectedness – mapping Open Access’s many lives

Jennifer Lin
Director of Product Management, CrossRef
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Keynote – Openness and consequences: Directions in pre- and post-publication peer review

Hilda Bastian
Chief Editor, PubMed Health/PubMed Commons
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Middle author dilemma: how to recognize critical contributions of multidisciplinary teams

Melissa Gymrek
Assistant Professor, University of California San Diego
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Credit and Accountability – Tools for a Better Ecosystem

Veronique Kiermer
Executive Editor, PLOS Journals
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Credit where Credit is Due: Acknowledging all Types of Contributions

Melissa Haendel
Associate Professor, Oregon Health & Science University and FORCE11
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COASP 2016 – Q&A – Panel 3 – Evaluation

 
 
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Keynote – A Newcomers Perspective on Lessons Learned (or not) Toward Open Access Within Scholarly Communication

Meredith Morovati
Executive Director, Dryad
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bioRxiv: A Preprint Service for the Life Sciences

John Inglis
Executive Director, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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Anthropology Commons: An Open Archive Initiative at Alexander Street

Jenna Makowski
Executive Director, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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MLA Commons & CORE: Networking Scholarly Communication

Kathleen Fitzpatrick
Director of Scholarly Communication, Modern Language Association
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COASP 2016 – Q&A – Panel 4: Open Scholarship Initiatives

 
 
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COASP 2016 Closing remarks

 
 
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