COASP 2012

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

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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Athabasca University Press

Kathy Killoh
Athabasca University Press

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Springer Open Goes Books

Bettina Goerner
Springer

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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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Results from the DOAB user needs study

Janneke Adema
Directory of Open Access Books

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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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Alt metrics – a funder’s perspective

Kevin Dolby
Wellcome Trust

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Metrics – an OA publisher’s perspective

Matt Cockerill
BioMed Central

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PLUM Analytics

Mike Buschman, Andrea Michalek
 

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Data publication – a funder perspective

David Carr
The Wellcome Trust

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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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Data Publications

Jo McEntyre
European Bioinformatics Institute/UKPMC

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Data publication in the data deluge

Scott Edmunds
GigaScience, BGI

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Open Access in Horizon 2020 and the European Research Area

Jean François Dechamp
European Commission

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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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Institutional Funding of Open Access

Regine Tobias
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

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OAPENUK

Caren Milloy
JISC Collections

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