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"Sbírám svůj život pěkně do šuplíku, ukládám si každou chvíli. A chci jen nahrabat si pěknou sbírku, než mi jednou dojdou síly." (Karolina Kamberská)
"Sbírám svůj život pěkně do šuplíku, ukládám si každou chvíli. A chci jen nahrabat si pěknou sbírku, než mi jednou dojdou síly." (Karolina Kamberská)
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Peter Suber k Týdnu otevřeného přístupu.
Readings for Open Access Week.

I hope you'll talk about open access with colleagues next week, which happens to be Open Access Week. Actually I hope you talk about OA at every opportune moment. If an opportune moment doesn't come up every week, then use OA Week as the occasion. In my view, that's the main purpose of OA Week. Talk from a stage, your office, a hallway, a sidewalk, or a café table. The setting doesn't matter. Or if it does, personal settings may matter more than impersonal ones. Make the case in a way that your colleagues will understand, which you understand because you're their colleague.

If you inspire your colleagues to want to act or learn more, then follow up with some suggested readings. Here are half a dozen of my own that I can recommend, from shortest to longest.

But don't lead with readings. Lead with face-to-face conversation. Welcome the back and forth. Show that you can answer the actual questions or concerns your colleague may have, not to mention the frequently heard questions, objections, and misunderstandings. Help your colleague understand that there's a serious problem and a beautiful solution.

Very Brief Introduction to Open Access. (1 page; available in English and 25 other languages.)
http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/brief.htm

How To Make Your Own Work Open Access. (4 pages; available in English, Greek, and Spanish; regularly updated.)
http://bit.ly/how-oa

Open Access: Six Myth To Put To Rest. (7 pages; from The Guardian, October 21, 2013.)
http://goo.gl/fzzdB6

Open Access Overview. (10 pages; available in English and 11 other languages.)
http://bit.ly/oa-overview

Good Practices For University Open-Access Policies. (87 pages; with +Stuart Shieber; regularly updated.)
http://bit.ly/goodoa

Open Access. (242 pages; from MIT Press, 2012; available in English, Polish, Chinese, Spanish, partially in Greek, with 8 other translations in progress; the book home page is regularly updated with supplements.)
http://bit.ly/oa-book

My other writings on OA.
http://bit.ly/suber-oa-writings

Happy OA Week!

#oa #openaccess #oaweek

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blíží se #OAWeekCZ  tak jsem si malinko užbleptla --> #openaccess rozcestník odkazů pro knihovníky

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Podpořte magazín UNI sdružení #Unijazz  ... Zbývají 4 dny a pár tisíc korun k dosažení cíle ,)

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svět je jedna velká vesnice .)
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OA author beware.

From +Andres Guadamuz: "I cannot see the reason for the existence of the STM licences other than to taint the open access licensing environment by generating more licence complexity and more confusion on the academic authors. I am not concerned about the knowledgeable people when it comes to copyright and licensing, they will never use the STM suite. I am more concerned about the average author who really has no time to think about the wider implications of their licensing decisions, and will simply sign any agreement that has the term “open” in it, because in that way they will comply with the OA requirements imposed by funding bodies."

#oa #openaccess #licensing #libre #fud

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