Open Access Publishing Network @ CUNY (OaPN @ CUNY)

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Beall's List of Predatory, Open-Access Publishers, 2012 edition (77.4k)   Uploaded by Curtis Kendrick on 6/5/2012

Corporate polluters of the scholarly communication ecosystem.

Dorothea Salo's presentation to the UFS OA group (2.1m)   Uploaded by Polly Thistlethwaite on 5/5/2012

from the 5/3/2012 meeting

March OA Meetup Flyer (53.9k)   Uploaded by Maura A. Smale on 3/20/2012

Here's a flyer for the March OA meetup -- please feel free to download and tweak/remix/etc. and post everywhere! (Thanks again to Alycia for the flyer design.)

OA Meetup Flyer (53.8k)   Uploaded by Alycia Sellie on 2/5/2012

Here is a flyer for the Feb. 17th meeting--please feel free to edit, update, share and post!

Getting Found, Staying Found, Increasing Impact. Enhancing Readership and Preserving Content for OJS Journals (562k)   Uploaded by Marcos Wasem on 1/31/2012

Publishing a journal is about more than simply putting ink to paper (or pixels to screen). It is a collaboration between you and your readers. Two critical aspects of this relationship are, first, making your journal visible to your prospective audience. By putting your content online and making it freely available through open access, you will be reaching of millions of people around the world. But if they don‟t know you are out there, they will not be able to become part of your scholarly community. Second, once you have your content in place, and have established an audience of dedicated readers, you will want to ensure that your journal is always available – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Unlike paper publications, electronic journals can disappear rather easily, either temporarily or permanently. Regular downtime caused by an unreliable server environment, or worse, complete loss of your content due to a lack of any kind of backup or preservation strategy, can seriously undermine your credibility with your readers, or even totally wipe out all of the work you and your collaborators have done together. Fortunately, this booklet will outline some simple procedures to help you increase your journal‟s „findability‟ and build a wider audience, and will also show you how to ensure reliable and ongoing access to your valuable content.

Online Journal Meeting Notes (166.3k)   Uploaded by George Otte on 9/2/2010

Notes from the 9/2/10 meeting on starting an online journal in/for CUNY

Accessibility of Open Access Materials in Libraries (990.6k)   Uploaded by Monica Berger on 8/10/2010

A research study by a MLS student in New Zealand who sampled libraries with high numbers of open access journals (from DOAJ) in OCLC. My library was identified as an "outlier," hence my participation in this research project.

City Tech Open Access Week handout 2009 (38.5k)   Uploaded by Maura A. Smale on 7/8/2010

Here's a handout we created in the City Tech Library for the Open Access Week program we hosted on October 20, 2009. Please feel free to adapt for your own use!

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