2014 State of the Nation(s): Facing Challenges Posed by International Open Access Mandates

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What does the North American university press community need to know about governmental OA mandates across the globe? "Gold OA" seems to be adding to, not alleviating, the major expense of maintaining STEM library spending in some countries—how will we compete? Can reasonable approaches prevail over the seeming "one-size-doesn't-fit-all" policies being imposed on humanists? Our expert panel will provide answers, insights, and the very latest developments from Canada, the UK, and the European Union.

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

Panelists: Carolyn Alderson, Acting Head of Licensing, Jisc Collections

Anne Marie Corrigan, Vice-President, Journals, University of Toronto Press

Thomas Parisot, Institutional Relations Officer, CAIRN

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

"Oh Canada! Open Access in the Great White North", Anne Marie Corrigan

"Open Access: Where is Europe Going?", Thomas Parisot

"Mandates, monographs and money: clues from the UK on OA futures in the humanities", Carolyn Alderson


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