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How do we define success in the OA world? Is it sustainability? High usage? Worldwide reach? Impact factor? And what are the business models that are the best bets for success? This panel will explore OA success and sustainability for both book and journal format, with presentations on innovative initiatives such as Knowledge Unmatched and BioOne's Elementa.
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How do we define success in open access publishing? By sustainability? High usage? Worldwide reach? And, what are the business models that are the best bets for success? To address these questions, this panel brings together four case studies illustrating a wide range of OA initiatives. We'll hear the latest from two innovative programs with very different business models, BioOne's Elementa and Knowledge Unlatched. Then we'll look at how two university presses are incorporating open access into their programs. Covering both books and journals, this session will inform, inspire, and provide some concrete ideas for how university presses can develop their thinking about open access.
  
 
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'''Chairs:''' Elizabeth Brown, Manager of Publisher Relations, Project MUSE
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'''Chair:''' Elizabeth Brown, Manager of Publisher Relations, Project MUSE
  
Ann Snoeyenbos, Manager of International Sales and Special Markets, Project MUSE
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'''Panelists:''' David Corey, Director of Marketing and Sales, University Press of New England
  
'''Panelists:''' Frances Pinter, CEO, Manchester University Press and Executive Director, Knowledge Unlatched
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Alison Mudditt, Director, University of California Press
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Frances Pinter, CEO, Manchester University Press and Executive Director, Knowledge Unlatched
  
 
Susan Skomal, President/CEO, BioOne
 
Susan Skomal, President/CEO, BioOne
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[http://www.slideshare.net/aaupny/aaup-2014-oa-success-and-sustainability-d-corey "Open Access at UPNE: Finding a Balance Between Mission and Market"], David Corey
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[http://www.slideshare.net/aaupny/aaup-2014-oa-success-and-sustainability-a-mud "Open Access at UC Press"], Alison Mudditt
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[http://www.slideshare.net/aaupny/aaup-2014-oa-success-and-sustainability "KU at AAUP"], Frances Pinter
  
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[http://www.slideshare.net/aaupny/aaup-2014-oa-success-and-sustainability-s-s "Elementa(l) Economics"], Susan Skomal
  
  

Latest revision as of 20:58, 30 June 2014

How do we define success in open access publishing? By sustainability? High usage? Worldwide reach? And, what are the business models that are the best bets for success? To address these questions, this panel brings together four case studies illustrating a wide range of OA initiatives. We'll hear the latest from two innovative programs with very different business models, BioOne's Elementa and Knowledge Unlatched. Then we'll look at how two university presses are incorporating open access into their programs. Covering both books and journals, this session will inform, inspire, and provide some concrete ideas for how university presses can develop their thinking about open access.


Chair: Elizabeth Brown, Manager of Publisher Relations, Project MUSE

Panelists: David Corey, Director of Marketing and Sales, University Press of New England

Alison Mudditt, Director, University of California Press

Frances Pinter, CEO, Manchester University Press and Executive Director, Knowledge Unlatched

Susan Skomal, President/CEO, BioOne


Please feel free to add notes or responses to the session in this section. You can also post presentation files. Find out how.


"Open Access at UPNE: Finding a Balance Between Mission and Market", David Corey

"Open Access at UC Press", Alison Mudditt

"KU at AAUP", Frances Pinter

"Elementa(l) Economics", Susan Skomal




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