Australian research into open access

NOTE: these pages are a work in progress. Corrections and additions welcomed through the contact form.

Open access

Steele, C (2013) ‘Open access in Australia: an odyssey of sorts?’ Insights 26.3 (2013): 282-289

Sale, AJH (2013) ‘Revolution in the Wings: Recent developments in Open Access Research’, Australian Quarterly 

Sale, AHJ (2013) Recent developments in Open Access. In: THETA: The Higher Education Technology Agenda 2013 , 7-10 April 2013, Hobart, Tasmania. (Unpublished)

Callan, P, Kingsley, D & Kruesi, L, (2013) National and International Developments in Open Access: Implications, opportunities and local initiatives, ALIA Information Online 2013, Brisbane Convention Centre, 12-15 February

Kingsley, D. A.  (2013)  “Build it and they will come? Support for open access in Australia”, Scholarly Research Communication Vol 4, No 1

Steele, C (2012) ‘Scholarly communication 1971 to 2013. A Brindley snapshot‘, Alexandria 23 (3)

Sale, AHJ (2012) Response to USA OSTP RFI regarding Open Access. Discussion Paper. self, Hobart, Tasmania. (Unpublished)

Sale, AHJ (2011) The Titanium Road Essays.  Discussion Paper. self, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. (Unpublished)

Pappalardo, K, Fitzgerald, B, Fitzgerald, A, Kiel-Chisholm, S, Georgiades, J & Austin A (2008)  Understanding Open Access in the Academic Environment: A Guide for Authors (Unpublished)

Kennan, M.A. (2007), “Academic authors, scholarly publishing, and open access in Australia“, Learned Publishing, Vol. 20 pp.138-46

Sale, AHJ (2006) The acquisition of open access research articles. First Monday, 11 (10).

Research repositories10078833774_143e9a3cc0_q

Simons, N. & Richardson, J. (2013) New Content in Digital Repositories: the changing research landscape, Chandos Publishing, Oxford

Suzor, Nicolas P. (2013) Access, progress, and fairness : rethinking exclusivity in copyrightVanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law15(2), pp. 297-342.

Parker, R. (2012). What the library did next: strengthening our visibility in research support. Proceedings of the 16th Biennial VALA Conference and Exhibition, Melbourne, 06-09 February 2012. Melbourne: VALA.

Simons, N, Richardson, J. (2012). New Roles, New Responsibilities: Examining Training Needs of Repository Staff. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 1(2):eP1051.

Mary Anne Kennan, (2011) “Learning to share: mandates and open access“, Library Management, Vol. 32 Iss: 4/5, pp.302 – 318

Organ, M. (2010) “Leveraging research quality assessment exercises to increase repository content – an Australian case study” CAIRSS Community Day, 10 September 2013, RMIT, Melbourne

McKay, D., Sanchez, S., & Parker, R. (2010). What’s my name again? Sociotechnical considerations for author name management in research databases. Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group (OZCHI 2010), Brisbane, 22-26 November 2010 (pp. 240-247). New York: ACM.

Parker, R., & Wolff, H. (2009). “Building Swinburne Research Bank: an engaged, user-centred approach to content recruitment“. Information Online 2009.

Kennan, M.A. and Kingsley, D.A. (2009) “State of the nation: A snapshot of Australian institutional repositories” First Monday, 2 February Vol 14, No 2

Morgan, T., & Wright, R. (2009). “Open access repositories and Australian copyright law: towards practical risk management strategies“. Information Online 2009

Hayes, L., Morgan, T., & Ruthven, T. (2009). “Research repository managers symposium“. EDUCAUSE Australasia Conference 2009 (this is a summary of case studies from Australasian universities).

Padgett, L. (2009). “Copyright challenges for digital repositories“. EDUCAUSE Australasia Conference 2009 (slides only).

Nichols, D. M., Paynter, G. W., Chan, C.-H., Bainbridge, D., McKay, D., Twidale, M. B., & Blandford, A. (2009). Experiences in deploying metadata analysis tools for institutional repositories. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 47(3/4), 229-248.

Richardson, J (2008) “Institutional Repositories Supporting Cyberscholarship: Building Content” Conference paper: AusWeb08 – Reflecting on the Past: Anticipating the Future

Kingsley, D. (2008) “Those who don’t look don’t find: Disciplinary considerations in repository advocacy” OCLC Systems and Services: International Digital Library Perspective (OSS: IDLP), Vol 24, Issue 4

McKay, D. (2007). “Institutional repositories and their ‘other’ users: usability beyond authors“. Ariadne, 52.

Cunningham, S. J., McKay, D., Nichols, D. M., & Bainbridge, D. (2007). Institutional repository librarians and faculty users: their experiences of usability. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Open Repositories (OR07), San Antonio, 23-26 January 2007.

McKay, D. (2007). A brief literature review on the usability of institutional repositories: report prepared for the ARROW Project. Hawthorn, Vic: Information Resources, Swinburne University of Technology.

Cochrane, T., Callan, P. (2007), “Making a difference: implementing the eprints mandate at QUT“, OCLC Systems & Services, Vol. 23 pp.262-8.

Kennan, M.A. (2007), “Academic authors, scholarly publishing, and open access in Australia“, Learned Publishing, Vol. 20 pp.138-46

Organ, M., Mandl, H. (2007) “Outsourcing open access: Digital Commons at the University of Wollongong, Australia“, OCLC Systems & Services, Vol. 23 Iss: 4, pp.353 – 362

Scholarly communication

Ren, X (2013) Beyond online preprints: formalization of open initiatives in China, Learned Publishing. Vol 26, No 3 , pp. 197-205

McIntyre, G., Chan, J., Gross, J. (2013). Library as Scholarly Publishing Partner: Keys to Success. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 2(1). eP1091.

Mercieca, P (2012) Beyond open access: an examination of Australian academic publication behaviour, PhD Thesis, Business IT and Logistics, RMIT University.

Houghton, J. W. & Oppenheim, C. (2009) The Economic Implications of Alternative Publishing Models, Prometheus, Vol 26, No 1 pp 41-54

Kingsley, D (2008) The effect of scholarly communication practices on engagement with open access: An Australian study of three disciplines, PhD Thesis, Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, ANU

Kennan, MA (2008) Reassembling scholarly publishing: open access, institutional repositories and the process of change,  PhD Thesis, Information Systems, Technology Management, UNSW

Mercieca, P (2008) Publication patterns of Australian academics and the impact in open access publishing, in VALA 2008: Libraries- Changing Spaces, Virtual Places, Melbourne, Australia, 5-7 February

Gold open access

Borchert, Martin & Cleary, Colleen E. (2011) Support for gold open access publishing strategies at QUT. In ALIA 15th Conference and Exhibition : Information Online 2011, 1-3 February 2011, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, NSW.

Research assessment

Batterham, Robin J. (2011) “A Ten Year Citation Analysis of Major Australian Research InstitutionsThe Australian Universities’ Review Vol. 53, No. 1, pp35-41

Steele, C., Butler, L. and Kingsley, D. (2006) “The Publishing Imperative: the pervasive influence of publication metricsLearned Publishing, October Vol 19, Issue 4, pp277-290

Open access mandates

Sale, AH.L, Couture, M., Rodrigues, E., Carr, L. and Harnad, S. (in press) Open Access Mandates and the ‘Fair Dealing’ Button, Book chapter

Houghton, J and Swan, A (2012) “Planting the Green Seeds for a Golden Harvest: Comments and Clarifications on ‘Going for Gold’” – DLib Magazine Vol 19 No 1/2

Sale, AHJ (2007) The patchwork mandate. D-Lib Magazine, 13 (1/2). ISSN 1082-9873

Open data

Beitz, A., Groenewegen, D., Harboe-Ree, C., Macmillan, W. and Searle, S, “Case study 3: Monash University, a strategic approach” in Pryor, G.  Jones, S. and Whyte, A. (eds) (2013) Delivering Research Data Management Services: Fundamentals of good practice Facet Publishing

Simons, N., Visser, K., Searle, S. (2013) “Growing Institutional Support For Data Citation: Results of a Partnership Between Griffith University and the Australian National Data Service“, D-Lib Magazine, Vol 19, No 11/12 Nov/Dec

Parker, R., McKay, D., & Bennett, T. (2011). “Lessons for data sharing from institutional repositories“. eResearch Australasia, Melbourne

Houghton, John (2011) Costs and Benefits of Data Provision: Report to the Australian National Data Service Report to the Australian National Data Service

McKay, D. (2010). “Oranges are not the only fruit: an institutional case study demonstrating why data digital libraries are not the whole answer to e-research. Lecture notes in computer science” Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL 2010)

Harrison, A & Searle, S. (2010). “Not drowning, ingesting: dealing with the research data deluge at an institutional level“. Proceedings of ‘Connections content conversations’, the 15th VALA Biennial Conference and Exhibition (VALA 2010), Melbourne, 9-11 February 2010

Henty, M & Kingsley D (2007) Readiness and responsibility for managing research data: the institutional perspective, EduCause Australasia, 1 May 2007, Melbourne

McKay, D. (2007). Researcher data practices at Swinburne: results of a survey: report prepared for the ARROW Project. Hawthorn, Vic: Information Resources, Swinburne University of Technology.