Open Access : a new opportunity for scholarly communication

Comba, Valentina Open Access : a new opportunity for scholarly communication., 2005 . In Workshop on Open Access held at Thessaloniki University, Thessaloniki (Greece), April 8th 2005. (Unpublished) [Conference paper]


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Conference Overview - Introduction - A changing environment: reasons and conditions leading to the Open Access movement the crisis of scholarly communication in the late nineties: prices, technologies and policies - The main “players” reactions: publishers, authors, libraries (universities) - Steps forward: the Budapest “Manifesto”, the Paris Conference, the Berlin Declaration. - The debate and its evolution: the Open Access as an opportunity - Copyright and the relations between authors, publishers and institutions; Creative Commons - The academic communities and the publishers policies: the ROMEO project - The new economic models - Advocacy and the Universities strategies - Research evaluation and new indicators: the Open Access Citation Index - Technical aspects - Thinking to the future, now: e-publishing and the role of libraries

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: Publishing economic models, Libraries new roles, Plagiarism, Copyright, Open access, Scholarly communication, e-publishing
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information > BG. Information dissemination and diffusion.
Depositing user: Valentina Comba
Date deposited: 06 Mar 2006
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:02



Changes in the value chain of scientific information: economic consequences for academic institutions. Roosendaal, Hans E et al. Online Information Review; Volume 27 No. 2; 2003 p.120-128


Plagiarism: Turnitin software:

Alma Swan (Key Perspectives);

Economic models: (cfr.Bergstrom paper)



Repositories Manual:

Bollen,VanDeSompel et al.




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