COASP 2012

OASPA 2012
September 19–21, 2012
Budapest, Hungary.
The 4th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing.

Results from the DOAB user needs study

Janneke Adema
Directory of Open Access Books

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Open by default: Applying the right license to research data in open access journals

Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
BioMed Central

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PLUM Analytics

Mike Buschman, Andrea Michalek
 

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Data Publications

Jo McEntyre
European Bioinformatics Institute/UKPMC

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Data publication – a funder perspective

David Carr
The Wellcome Trust

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Open Access in Horizon 2020 and the European Research Area

Jean François Dechamp
European Commission

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Data publication in the data deluge

Scott Edmunds
GigaScience, BGI

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OASPA Update 2012

Caroline Sutton
Co-Action Publishing

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Article Processing Charges (APC)

Donna Okubo
Public Library of Science

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Athabasca University Press

Kathy Killoh
Athabasca University Press

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OAPENUK

Caren Milloy
JISC Collections

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Institutional Funding of Open Access

Regine Tobias
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

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Keynote: SCOAP3

Salvatore Mele
CERN/SCOAP3

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I Love Open Access

Marin Dacos
Cléo/OpenEdition

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Knowledge Unlatched – Open Access for Scholarly Books

Frances Pinter
 

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Funding model for Open Access Books: Example of a Research Funder

Doris Haslinger
FWF Austrian Science Fund

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How to implement Gold Open Access at a research institution

Margo Bargheer
Gottingen University Press

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Supporting infrastructure for journal OA fees / APCs

Caren Milloy
JISC Collections

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Keynote : Going for Gold? The RCUK Policy on Access to Research Outputs

Mark Thorley
NERC

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Article-Level Metrics

Martin Fenner
Public Library of Science

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Metrics – an OA publisher’s perspective

Matt Cockerill
BioMed Central

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Springer Open Goes Books

Bettina Goerner
Springer

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Alt metrics – a funder’s perspective

Kevin Dolby
Wellcome Trust

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