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Open Access Bibliography
Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Association of Research Libraries 2005

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Principles for Free Access to Science 2.8 Wellcome Trust Position Statement and Research Reports .2 Bethesda Statement on Open Access 2.4 NEAR 2.1 Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities 20 20 20 20 21 22 22 23 23 2.1 Nature Web Debate on Future E-Access to the Primary Literature 1.3 Budapest Open Access Initiative 2.7 Washington D.2 Nature Web Focus on Access to the Literature: The Debate Continues 1.5 Other ii.C.5 OECD Final Communique 2.3.4 Research Studies 1.contents preface acknowledgments key open access concepts xi xv xvi i.6 Tempe Principles 2. general works 1.3.1 1.3 Overviews Analysis and Critiques Debates and Dialogs 1.3.3 Other 3 3 6 10 10 13 15 15 16 1. open access statements 2.2 1.

9 World Summit on the Information Society Declaration of Principles and Plan of Action 2.4.3 Open Access Journal Change Agents 4.2 Copyright Ownership and Rights 3.2.1 General Works 4.2 BMJ Rapid Responses about “Author Pays” May Be the New Science Publishing Model 33 33 35 35 40 40 40 42 42 44 47 47 4.2. open access journals General Works 4.4 Science Magazine dEbate on “Just a Minute.4.4. Please” Creative Commons 27 27 28 30 31 32 3.1 SPARC 4.3 PubMed Central 4.2 Economic Issues 4.5 Other 50 50 51 51 .4.2.3 Science Magazine dEbate on “Is a Government Archive the Best Option?” 4.5 Research Studies iv. copyright arrangements for self-archiving and use 3.3.2 Public Library of Science 4.2 Science Magazine dEbate on “Building a GenBank of the Published Literature” 4.10 Other 24 25 iii.1 BioMed Central Permissions Crisis 3.3.1 General Works 4.4 Open Access Journal Publishers and Distributors 4.1 General Works 3.

2 Pioneering Free E-Journals Not in the DOAJ 4.6 Research Studies v.1 General Works 7.2 History 5.2. institutional archives and repositories 7.1 Journals in the Directory of Open Access Journals 4.3 RePEc 6. disciplinary archives Research Studies 59 59 61 61 vi.2 Specific Archives and Projects 6.2.2 Specific Archives and Projects 7.1 General Works 5.3 Other 68 68 68 68 69 69 69 69 70 7.5.1 General Works 7.3 Other 53 53 55 56 57 4.5.2 E-Print Archives Specific Open Access Journals 4.3 Repositories with Diverse Materials .4.2 SHERPA 7.1 General Works 6.1 ePrints-UK 7.2.1 arXiv Other 63 63 63 63 64 65 66 vii. e-prints NASA Astrophysics Data System 6.

2.2.1 General Works Kepler 8.2.3 Research Studies ix. conventional publisher perspectives x.5 OpCit 8.4 Electronic Theses and Dissertations viii.1 General Works 7. government inquiries and legislation Fedora Other 70 72 72 72 74 75 76 76 77 Open Archives Forum 8.7.8 Other 78 78 81 81 81 82 82 82 83 85 85 90 8.2 Arc 8.2.1 AmericanSouth.2 Sabo Bill 91 94 94 94 .3.2.1 European Commission Study 10.3.2 Specific Data or Service Providers and Projects Specific Repositories and Projects 7.2. open archives initiative and oai-pmh 8.1 DAEDALUS 7.3.2 DSpace 7.4 OAIster 8.7 Open Archives Initiative Metadata Harvesting Project 8.3 eScholarship 7.5 OSU Knowledge Bank 7.3.

5 Other 95 100 101 xi.3 SciELO about the author 107 .1 General Works 11.1 AGORA 11. open access arrangements for developing countries 11.10.2 Free or Reduced Cost Access 11. House of Commons Science and Technology Committee Inquiry 10.2.4 U.S.K.2.3 U.2.3 Other 102 102 103 103 103 104 106 11. House Appropriations Committee Recommendations 10.2 HINARI 11.


technical reports. I. and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding the open access movement’s efforts to provide free access to and unfettered use of scholarly literature. debates. distribute. . and the only role for copyright in this domain. . news articles. should be to give authors control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited. e-prints. By “open access” to this literature. download. legal. There are various definitions of “open access. we recommend two complementary strategies. conference papers (including some digital video presentations). search. we mean its free availability on the public internet. copy. Primarily. pass them as data to software.” The scope of this bibliography is determined by the “Budapest Open Access Initiative” definition: The literature that should be freely accessible online is that which scholars give to the world without expectation of payment. There are many degrees and kinds of wider and easier access to this literature. then search engines and other tools can treat the separate archives as one. editorials. To achieve open access to scholarly journal literature. crawl them for indexing. however. self-archiving. Self-Archiving: First. a limited number of key sources published prior to 1999 are also included. . 2004.preface Scope of the Bibliography The Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals presents over 1. a practice commonly called. . but it also includes any unreviewed preprints that they might wish to put online for comment or to alert colleagues to important research findings. this category encompasses their peer-reviewed journal articles.300 selected English-language books. without financial. When these archives conform to standards created by the Open Archives Initiative. Where possible. Users then need not know which archives exist or where they are located in order to find and make use of their contents. journal and magazine articles. The only constraint on reproduction and distribution. print. or link to the full texts of these articles. or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself. scholars need the tools and assistance to deposit their refereed journal articles in open electronic archives. or use them for any other lawful purpose. links are provided to sources that are freely available on the Internet (approximately 78 percent of the bibliography’s references have such links). permitting any users to read. Most sources have been published between 1999 and August 31.

g.g. Because price is a barrier to access.xii | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY II.. Because journal articles should be disseminated as widely as possible. such as electronic theses and dissertations. The bibliography includes general articles about SPARC and articles about its open access efforts. and to help existing journals that elect to make the transition to open access.1 The open access movement exists in the broader context of a complex scholarly publishing system. there are gray zones between open access and other closely related reform efforts that. even though they are not open access per se. rather. For example. SPARC fosters both open access and low-cost journals. scholars need the means to launch a new generation of journals committed to open access. material that is closely related to them. such as free or reduced cost access to journal literature for developing countries and pioneering free e-journals. electronic theses and dissertations in the context of institutional repositories). and the resultant increasing restriction of access to journal literature as libraries cancel existing journals and fail to add new specialized ones. these new journals will not charge subscription or access fees. the failure of library budgets to keep up with these cost and journal proliferation factors. it is in relation to open access concerns. rather. it is not intended to be a complete record of all research efforts in these areas. in some cases. While the bibliography covers some esoteric technical areas in detail. that the author views as being very closely aligned with the open access movement. many of its primary advocates do not see the resolution of this crisis as its primary mission. When general reform-oriented topics. Instead they will use copyright and other tools to ensure permanent open access to all the articles they publish.2 The bibliography does cover a few topics. but potentially irrelevant. This bibliography does not deal with the serials crisis or the important scholarly publishing reform movements that it has engendered that are not related to open access. to those works that have direct relevance to open access concerns (e.. such as changing copyright laws or understanding their impact on research and instruction. the proliferation of new journals that are ever more specialized. these new journals will no longer invoke copyright to restrict access to and use of the material they publish. but not specialized articles that are solely about its important support of competitive low-cost journals. major supporting technologies such as institutional repositories and OAI-PMH) and too much inclusion of interesting and important. are intertwined with it. Inevitably. a sampling of key works. as a desirable potential side effect. Open-access Journals: Second. but. the bibliography limits its coverage of general electronic publishing topics. The author has attempted to find the right balance between full coverage of a wide range of issues relevant to the open access movement (e. Likewise. but. . Although the open access movement will clearly have a very significant impact on the library “serials crisis” if it succeeds. The reader is referred to the author’s Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography for an in-depth treatment of the above topics. It is widely believed by academic librarians and others that this system is in a state of crisis due primarily to the increasing cost of scholarly journals far in excess of inflation. and will turn to other methods for covering their expenses. are covered in this bibliography.

com/content/1/1/1. These works have been represented in the bibliography with the article number grouped with the year of publication as the following example illustrates: Shidham. Atkinson.g. Internet search engines. it was omitted from the reference. See Open Access News for coverage of these works. The author has attempted to provide references that give as much relevant information as possible. To avoid ambiguity. Searches were conducted in major index and abstract databases. in turn.. such compound terms are not hyphenated.g. articles are numbered.. and they may or may not have internal pagination intended for citation purposes.cytojournal. it doesn’t include several types of material that may be of potential interest to readers: (1) PowerPoint or similar digital “overheads” from conference presentations (the bibliography does include complete conference papers or digital videos) and (2) electronic-only articles or other works that require free registration. mailing lists. open access archives (e. such as place of publication. and OAIster).. Only author. BMJ). extremely useful sources of information. which were rich. however. the reference was based solely on that version and. the reference lists of these new sources were checked in an iterative fashion. “open-access journals” or “open access journals”). it errs on the side of inclusiveness in cases of doubt in an attempt to fully capture the rapid. Some conference paper references have been based on information from electronic indexes. BioMed Central journals). and URL information is given for unpublished e-prints or self-published Web pages. however. Arc.” CytoJournal 1 (Article 1 2004). Vinod B. Of particular note are Peter Suber’s excellent e-publications (Open Access News3 and the SPARC Open Access Newsletter 4 among others). their reference lists were checked for new sources. which is still in an early stage of its development.PREFACE | xiii There is no consistency in the literature about the hyphenation of “open access” in compound terms (e. Electronic-only works that appear to have been formally published by an identifiable organization are generally treated like equivalent print works. While the bibliography is selective. which appears to be the prevalent trend among scholars. and licensed e-serials and indexes. The article number is usually presented by the publisher in the page position of the reference. Citebase. In electronic resources with “articles by. title. periods are not placed after references’ URLs (except in preface notes).g.” “related articles.. PubMed Central). Weblogs.g.” and “articles that cite this work” search features (e. these powerful capabilities were also used. and. such as OCLC PapersFirst. vigorous growth of the open access movement. in some cases.g. A “pearl growing” approach was used: when relevant articles were identified. http://www . Construction of the Bibliography The author has employed a variety of search strategies to identify works for inclusion in the bibliography. For some electronic journals. In this preface... “CytoJournal Joins ‘Open Access’ Philosophy. and Barbara F. freely available e-serials. OAI-PMH search services (e. Since the bibliography includes many diverse electronic sources. if a dual-format work was only available to him in electronic format. open access journals (e. Anthony Cafaro. it was not possible to determine factual information. the creation of references required more creative interpretation than would be the case with print sources. However. . if pagination information was not included. author and project Web sites.

2. the reader should expect URL decay and. Some URLs for works in the bibliography have been constructed by their publishers using special 1996–2004). http://info.html. You may have difficulty accessing these works.lib. http://www. Open Access News. Given the high degree of inclusion of “gray literature” in the bibliography. rather than for the e-print itself. References and URLs were last checked and corrected on 8/31/04.. its URL was included with the reference for the journal article. When an e-print is available in a disciplinary archive. an institutional e-print archive.htm. is the URL to the publisher’s Web site?) http://www. reference decay as well. careful examination of the URL will help the reader determine if the article is an e-print or not (e. Bailey. 4. http://www. Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography (Houston: University of Houston Libraries. pound signs. For other e-prints. Charles W. in an effort to assist the reader in identifying the work as an e-print. “Budapest Open Access Initiative. Budapest Open Access Initiative. Notes 1. 5. or underscores. http://www.html. try using one of the Mozilla family of browsers. such as commas.soros.. The bibliography was created using the EndNote software.uh. or an institutional repository. in others.xiv | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY If an e-print for an article that was published in a restricted access journal could be located. to some degree. it is clear that this is an e-print. spaces.earlham. Interviewers and interviewees are treated as article coauthors.” 14 February 2002. If so. it is not. .edu/sepb/sepb.shtml. Jr.g. the URL is frequently given for the e-print 3. In some cases. Reference formatting and alphabetization was done by this software using a slightly modified version of the Chicago Manual of Style 14th edition output style.5 There has not been an effort to standardize author names to eliminate variations.

Research Professor of Philosophy at Earlham College (as well as Senior Researcher at the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition and Open Access Project Director at Public Knowledge) for his invaluable assistance in reviewing numerous drafts of the bibliography. . Thanks to David Prosser. Director of SPARC Europe. for her support and encouragement. I also wish to thank Peter Suber. Jane D. Segal. Lee Anne George. for publishing and expertly editing the bibliography. Rooks. for her patience and support during the lengthy research and writing process.acknowledgments The research for this bibliography was conducted while I was on a development leave from the University of Houston Libraries. Publications Program Officer of the Association of Research Libraries. for providing very helpful comments on a nearly final draft. and David Noble for his skillful layout and graphic design efforts. I wish to thank the Dean of the University of Houston Libraries. Dana C. Special thanks to my wife.

in a suitable standard electronic format is deposited immediately upon initial publication in at least one online repository that is supported by an academic institution. other groups’ statements have somewhat different views. and long-term archiving (for the biomedical sciences. the “Budapest Open Access Initiative.” The important things to note in the basic defi nition are that open access deals with peer-reviewed articles or preprints and that free access to these works is not equivalent to open access.key open access concepts This section provides a brief introduction to some of the major open access concepts needed to fully utilize the bibliography. In practice. what makes open access possible is that it is relatively inexpensive to distribute electronic articles on the Internet. scholarly society. Consequently. open access can be applied to a variety of scholarly works that are produced by scholars without the expectation of payment. . government agency.2 The BOAI statement suggests two strategies for achieving open access: self-archiving and open access journals. the “Bethesda Statement on Open Access Publishing” also includes a requirement that: A complete version of the work and all supplemental materials.1 In spite of an emphasis on peer-reviewed articles in key statements. interoperability. PubMed Central is such a repository). the open access movement focuses on various electronic publishing strategies. Open Access Defined The “Preface” provided an excerpt from perhaps the most influential open access statement. For example. Peter Suber has suggested that it may even be applied with greater difficulty to scholarly materials that do involve author payment or profit.1 Overviews” section of the bibliography for such introductions). including a copy of the permission as stated above. It is not intended as a complete guide to open access (see articles in the “1. Although this is likely to be a later development. and the concept of open access is still evolving. unrestricted distribution. or other well-established organization that seeks to enable open access. While the BOAI provides a landmark defi nition of open access. Open access also requires no restrictions on how published material is subsequently used except to require that proper attribution of the work be given to the author and that authors retain control over the integrity of their work.

A key problem with such archives is that they can be unstable.e. Author Web Sites While some authors archived articles on FTP or Gopher sites. In recent years. such as physics. the vigorous self-archiving advocacy efforts of Stevan Harnad and others. E-Prints Self-archived articles may be preprints (i. or (3) depositing articles in institutional archives and repositories.3 The Creative Commons Attribution license meets open access requirements. Initially. . final. it was the widespread utilization of the Web starting roughly in the mid-1990’s that resulted in a significant growth of personal e-print archives. and the rise of the open access movement.. have a long history of e-print distribution. then e-mail. This is challenging because many scholars relinquish their copyrights to publishers and. there has been a growing trend for authors to want to retain their article copyrights. make other life changes. A barrier to author granting of rights has been that framing the proper wording of license agreements is a complex process requiring significant legal knowledge. historically. publishers have been more open to considering preprints for publication. As will be seen later.” Certain scientific disciplines. as authors move from institution to institution. Since the late 1980’s. and allowing them to retain copyright if they request it.. Later fax was used. The term used for both is “e-prints. this was done by scholars mailing colleagues preprints (or reprints). The Creative Commons has greatly facilitated the use of author license agreements by developing a variety of standard agreements that authors can easily select and utilize. Copyright Concerns Self-archiving is contingent on authors having the legal right to electronically distribute their articles. granting authors the right to archive their works. draft articles that have not been peer-reviewed or edited) or postprints (i. e-prints from such archives are not made as easily visible to the research community as those in disciplinary archives or institutional archives and repositories because they cannot be easily harvested.e. (2) depositing articles in disciplinary archives. retire. an increased awareness of copyright issues as a result of the serials crisis. edited versions of peer-reviewed articles). many journal publishers did not want to consider articles that had been distributed as electronic preprints for publication. Authors who retain their copyrights can then grant publishers the limited rights that they need to effectively distribute their works and/or they can put their works under a license that grants certain rights to all potential users and distributors. or die.KEY OPEN ACCESS CONCEPTS | xvii Self-Archiving Self-archiving can be achieved in at least three ways: (1) putting articles on author Web sites. This is primarily the result of the advent of free scholar-produced journals (which often let scholars retain copyright).

Various funding strategies are in use. Consequently. especially since they are peer-reviewed and edited like conventional journals. and that specialties that draw on many traditional disciplines are increasingly common. publishing e-books and e-journals. and teaching materials. Some disciplinary archives provide access to diverse scholarly works. institutional memberships to . it may only contain the e-prints of a single unit. Open access advocates also note other cost savings implicit in their approach. and that some disciplines that rely heavily on articles do not have a strong tradition of using e-prints. theses and dissertations. Open access journals allow authors to retain their copyrights. institutional archives and repositories focus on the literature produced by a single institution. Freeware is usually used to support these efforts. A disciplinary archive provides access to e-prints for one scholarly discipline or multiple scholarly disciplines. technical reports. It is important to keep in mind that some disciplines rely more heavily on articles than others. the second major BOAI strategy is open access journals. Institutional Archives and Repositories Where disciplinary archives provide access to the worldwide literature of one or more fields. or other units. e-print archives and institutional repositories can be searched and browsed. The most famous disciplinary archive is probably arXiv. Or. computer science.4 It was established in 1991. such as e-prints. such as the elimination of the need for access controls. Some institutional repositories are also being used as electronic presses. Keep in mind that some disciplines have many subfields. but may require that they agree to license their articles with the Creative Commons Attribution license or a similar license. data sets. not just e-prints. and quantitative biology. there can be significant disciplinary differences in receptiveness to open access. (The popular EPrints software has also been used for disciplinary archives and institutional repositories. a disciplinary archive can be searched and browsed. but the most common are direct author fees. the costs of distributing it on the Internet are negligible compared to the costs of distributing additional print copies of a conventional journal. Usually. which covers physics. open access journals cost money to produce and distribute. Once the first electronic copy of a journal has been created. Popular choices include Eprints6 for institutional e-print archives and Dspace7 or Fedora8 for institutional repositories. non-linear science.xviii | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY Disciplinary Archives In the early 1990’s. DSpace at MIT is a notable example of an institutional repository (the DSpace project began in 2000). Open access journals are primarily electronic journals (print editions are sometimes offered as an optional fee-based add-on).) Open Access Journals After self-archiving. Still. An institutional e-print archive may contain e-prints written by scholars from many departments. formal “disciplinary archives” began to displace scholar-to-scholar distribution in some scientific disciplines. research centers. An institutional repository includes a variety of materials produced by scholars from many units.5 Typically. mathematics.

institutional repositories. pledging not to publish in (or otherwise support) journals that did not meet this requirement by September 2001. current awareness services. It requires scholars to search one system after another in a serial fashion. As originally conceived in 1999 by Harold Varmus (who was then the Director of the National Institutes of Health). grants to open access publishers. and PubMed Central. institutional e-print archives. The Directory of Open Access Journals is a major finding tool. funding agency payment of author fees. PubMed Central (then called E-biomed) had a broader mission that included e-prints. the Public Library of Science began to publish its own open access journals. this original vision was very controversial.11 The Public Library of Science is a nonprofit organization that. To deal with this problem. it can be difficult for scholars to locate all needed works on a particular subject. The PLoS started in 2000. There are several notable service providers that can help users locate relevant e-prints. or print editions). Open access journals may be included in index and abstract services. It first activity was to circulate an open letter that was intended to convince biomedical publishers to make their journals freely available within six months of publication. which permits searching at the article level for some journals. Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) Since open access works are scattered across many disciplinary archives. PubMed Central is a freely available life sciences journal archive that is run by the National Center for Biotechnology Information of the National Library of Medicine. and priced add-ons (such as recommendation services. Roughly 34.13 Journals must meet certain editorial standards to be included in the voluntary archive. and open access journals.15 . however. The fi rst version of OAI-PMH was released in 2001. BioMed Central is a for-profit publishing company that publishes over 100 open access biomedical journals. and it was significantly modified by PubMed Central’s launch in 2000. institutional subsidies (such as paying the salaries of journal editorial staff). The University of Michigan Digital Library Production Service’s OAIster service harvests metadata from over 340 data providers and provides unified searching of this metadata.000 scientists from 180 countries ultimately signed the letter.KEY OPEN ACCESS CONCEPTS | xix sponsor all or part of author fees. as of August 2004.9 Preliminary research suggests that the “impact” factors of open access journals can be at least as good as those of conventional journals. When this letter did not invoke the desired response. the Public Library of Science (PLoS). Established in 2000. the Open Archives Initiative14 developed the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) to allow search systems (called service providers) to retrieve metadata about open access works from archives and repositories (called data providers) and aggregate this data so that it can be searched with a single query. publishes one open access journal (PLoS Biology).12 A second journal (PLoS Medicine) is expected to be launched in October 2004.10 Three organizations play a major role in the publication and archiving of open access journals: BioMed Central.

25 .K. the U.18 Major search engines.S.17 The Open Archives Initiative maintains a list of other service providers. they would be made available six months after publication. the articles would be made immediately available. the novel Ptolemy Project provides medical researchers and clinicians in the developing world with free access to licensed e-journals and other e-resources by making them research affi liates of the University of Toronto. technical.” informally called the “Sabo bill” after its sponsor.19 In 2004. and the European Union of the conventional scholarly publishing system.S.. Government Inquiries and Legislation There has been increased government scrutiny in the U. Representative Martin O.20 This report recommended that articles resulting from government-funded research be deposited in institutional repositories. In the U.22 Developing Countries While not strictly an “open access” strategy. Also in 2004. NIH would develop a plan by 12/1/04 to implement the recommendation in FY 2005.24 which provides access to biomedical journals.xx | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY The Digital Library Research group at Old Dominion University maintains a similar. the European Commission announced it would conduct a major study of the scientific publication markets in Europe. the UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee concluded a significant inquiry into scientific publishing that resulted in a report (Scientific Publications: Free for All?). whose scholars may otherwise have very limited access to frequently expensive journals.S. and medical journals and the fact that much research in these areas is government funded. which would be established at all UK higher education institutions. Major initiatives include the Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA)23 and the Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI). with particular attention being paid to the perceived high cost of scientific. On a smaller scale.. House Appropriations Committee recommended that articles that result from NIH grant-funded research be deposited in PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication. have begun to index metadata from various data and service providers through cooperative projects. In 2004. Otherwise. and that funds be made available to pay open access journal publication fees for such articles (authors would need to apply for these funds).21 If NIH funds were used to support any publication costs. legislation was introduced in 2003 that would put works that are “substantially funded” by government money into the public domain (the “Public Access to Science Act. which would be completed in 2005. Sabo). the U. These projects supplement existing efforts by search engines to index e-prints. an important closely related effort by traditional publishers and others has been the creation of special journal access arrangements for developing countries. smaller scale experimental service called Arc. allowing them to overcome special technical problems associated with indexing some of these items. such as Google and Yahoo.. These arrangements provide free or reduced cost access to journals.16 The Open Citation Project’s experimental Citebase service uses citation ranking to enhance search result displays.

edu/index. 20.doaj. “Creating an Intellectual Commons through Open Access. http://libraries.” 2004.nih. Directory of Open Access Journals.isinet. House of Commons.KEY OPEN ACCESS CONCEPTS | x xi Open access is taking root in developing countries. in addition to other benefits.e-prints. “Registered Service -oa-journals. http://arc. Scientific Publications: Free for All? (London: Science and Technology Committee.26 Notes http://www. http://www. Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO) is an innovative scientific electronic publishing cooperative that focuses on providing open access to Latin America and Caribbean journals.pdf.publiclibraryofscience. Lund University Libraries. 8.biomedcentral. 5. no. 13. it provides a way to increase the visibility of research from these 10. http://dlc . 2. 12.pubmedcentral.openarchives. Peter Suber. https://dspace. “Bethesda Statement on Open Access Publishing.earlham . and.eprints.openarchives. 11. http://software.earlham.html.odu.indiana. 19. 7. http://www.” 2004. http://citebase. service/listproviders. 63 (2003). Peter Suber. 9. James Testa and Marie E.” 20 June 14. http://www. United Kingdom . “The Impact of Open Access Journals: A Citation Study from Thomson http://www. For example.dlib.” http://www.html. McVeigh. http://www. Open Archives Initiative. 16.oaister. http://www. “Martin Sabo’s Public Access to Science Act.” SPARC Open Access Newsletter. House of Commons Science and Technology Committee. http://www.

scielo.htm.cfm.php?lang=en.” 2004.healthinternetwork. http://www.parliament. 24. http://www. 22. 2004) http://www .ca/ois/myweb9/.earlham. “NIH Open-Access Plan: Frequently Asked 26. http://www. 23.xxii | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY Parliament. http://www. 21. . Peter cmsctech/399/399.utoronto.

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2.5 OECD Final Communique
Editorial. “Declaring Good Intentions.” Open Access Now, 15 March 2004. http://www Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. “Science, Technology and Innovation for the 21st Century. Meeting of the OECD Committee for Scientific and Technological Policy at Ministerial Level, 29–30 January 2004—Final Communique.” 30 January 2004.,2340,en_2649_34487_25998799_1_1_1 _1,00.html Quint, Barbara. “OECD Ministers Support Open Access for Publicly Funded Research Data.” Information Today NewsBreaks & The Weekly News Digest, 9 February 2004. http://

2.6 Tempe Principles
Alexander, Adrian. “Living the Principles—A Return to Tempe.” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 215 (2001): 1–3. Bullington, Jeffrey, and Richard Fyffe. “From Crisis to Reform: University of Kansas Libraries Sponsor Campus Dialogue.” College & Research Libraries News 62, no. 1 (2001): 24–28. Case, Mary M. “Principles for Emerging Systems of Scholarly Publishing.” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 210 (2000): 1–4. Chodorow, Stanley A. “The Tempe Principles in Practice.” The Serials Librarian 42, no. 1/2 (2002): 29–39. Ferriero, David S. “A View from the Scholarly Communication Trenches: ‘Tempe Principles’ Stir Faculty Discussion.” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 212 (2000): 10. newsltr/212/scholcom.html Magner, Denise K. “Seeking a Radical Change in the Role of Publishing.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 June 2000, A16–A17.


2.7 Washington D.C. Principles for Free Access to Science
Farnham, Peter, and William R. Brinkley. “Society Publishers Provide More Than Open Access.” The Scientist 18, no. 13 (2004): 8. Giles, Jim. “Societies Take United Stand on Journal Access.” Nature, 25 March 2004, 356. Guterman, Lila. “Scientific Societies’ Publishing Arms Unite against Open-Access Movement.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 March 2004, A20. cgi2-bin/printable.cgi?article= Iglehart, John K. “Global Health Policy and Free Access to Information.” Health Affairs 23, no. 3 (2004): 7–8. Malakoff, David. “Scientific Societies Lay Out ‘Free Access’ Principles.” Science Magazine, 26 March 2004, 1959. Mantell, Katie. “US Societies Back Expanded Free Access to Research.” SciDev.Net, 18 March 2004. &language=1 McConnell, Greg. “Online Journals Seek Alternatives to Open Access.” AAP News 25, no. 1 (2004): 14. Quint, Barbara. “Sci-Tech Not-for-Profit Publishers Commit to Limited Open Access.” Information Today NewsBreaks & The Weekly News Digest, 22 March 2004. http://www Serva, Sandy. “Free For All? The Science of Publishing Research Online.” EContent 27, no. 6 (2004): 11–12. eID=208 Suber, Peter. “Reflections on the D.C. Principles.” SPARC Open Access Newsletter, no. 72 (2004). “Washington D.C. Principles for Free Access to Science.” 16 March 2004. http://www

2.8 Wellcome Trust Position Statement and Research Reports
Burke, Katherine. “Research Should Be Accessible to All, Says Wellcome Trust.” BMJ, 11 October 2003, 828. Butler, Declan. “Wellcome to Fund Publication in Open-Access Journals.” Nature, 2 October 2003, 440. Mantell, Katie. “Open Access ‘Can Cut Costs by Up to 30 Per Cent.’” SciDev.Net, 30 April 2004. uage=1


“Open Access Gets a Wellcome Boost.” 3 November 2003. http://www.biomedcentral .com/openaccess/news/?issue=8 Pickering, Bobby. “Wellcome Says OA Will Reduce Publishing Costs.” Information World Review, 12 May 2004. Pincock, Stephen. “Wellcome Support for Open Access.” The Scientist, 1 October 2003. SQW Limited. Costs and Business Models in Scientific Research Publishing: A Report Commissioned by the Wellcome Trust. London: The Wellcome Trust, 2004. http://www ———. Economic Analysis of Scientific Research Publishing: A Report Commissioned by the Wellcome Trust. London: The Wellcome Trust, 2003. images/SciResPublishing3_7448.pdf Suber, Peter. “Wellcome Trust Commits to Open Access.” SPARC Open Access Newsletter, no. 66 (2003). Weitzman, Jonathan B., and Robert Terry. “Wellcome Support for Open Access.” Open Access Now, 5 July 2004. ?page=features&issue=18 “Wellcome Report Says Open Access Will Significantly Reduce Publishing Costs.” Open Access Now, 7 June 2004. ?issue=17#news2 Wellcome Trust. “Scientific Publishing: A Position Statement by the Wellcome Trust in Support of Open Access Publishing.” 1 October 2003. awtvispolpub.html

2.9 World Summit on the Information Society Declaration of Principles and Plan of Action
Ashling, Jim. “World Summit Gets Contentious.” Information Today 20, no. 11 (2003): 30–31. Dickson, David. “Information Summit Endorses Key Role of ‘E-Science.’” SciDev.Net, 14 December 2003. 157&language=1 ———. “The Threat to Science as a ‘Public Good.’” SciDev.Net, 17 March 2003. http:// ———. “UN Meeting Urged to Back Open Access Science.” SciDev.Net, 7 December 2003.

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2002. 2002. ECDL 2002. 543–49. Patsy. “DSpace: An Institutional Repository from the MIT Libraries and Hewlett Packard Robert Tansley. http://jodi. A29. “Papers Wanted. Trondheim. Mick Bass. Daniel. no. “DSpace. 1/2 (2003): 31– Dan. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2 (2003). “DSpace vs. http://www.” High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine. “MIT DSpace. “DSpace: An Open Source Dynamic Digital smith/01smith. 446–60. 2003.” Nature. Robert. Scott. Declan. no.” Science & Technology Libraries Baudoin. no. 2002: Proceedings. “DSpace for E-Print Archives. 2003: Proceedings.soton. September 16–18. Dave Stuve.INSTITUTIONAL ARCHIVES AND REPOSITORIES | 73 Barton. ———. 6 (2004): 17–18. and Julie Harford Walker. 25 June 2004. Butler. Andrea L. August 17–22. A36.rm ———.” In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 7th European Conference. “DSpace as an Open Archival Information System: Current Status and Future Directions. “6 Institutions Will Help Fine-Tune a Popular New Archiving Program. “MIT Gets Plugged in for Global Data Archive. 14 February 2003. http://agenda.” In Research and Advances Technology for Digital Technology: 6th European Conference. Carlson.” First Monday 9. Geneva. MacKenzie. 5 March 2004. ———. Margret Branschofsky. MIT Libraries’ Digital Institutional Repository. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2458. and MacKenzie Smith. Robin. Mary R. no.php?base=agenda& categ=a02333&id=a02333s13t2/video 38 (2004). Mary Barton. Jones.dlib. Greg McClellan. MacKenzie. Carnevale. Geneva: CERN. Peek.” Information Today” The Chronicle of Higher Education. 869.” Ariadne. 1 (2003). http://library.” The Chronicle of Higher Education.html Tansley. Italy. “DSpace: Durable Digital Documents. 5 (2004). no.” Journal of Digital Information 4.ariadne.uic. http://realmedia. Richard. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. “Building a Business Plan for DSpace. Foster.” D-Lib Magazine 9. “Implementing an Institutional Repository: The DSpace Experience at MIT. Chudnov.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. no. http://www.” In 2nd Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative (OAI): Gaining Independence with E-Prints Archives and OAI. ECDL 2003. Mick Bass.” Serials 14. 17–19 October 2002. Norway. 31 October 2002. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 3 (2001): 284– A37. 9 (2004). “Googling DSpace. an Institutional Repository System. Rome. no. “Cornell Tries a New Publishing Model: Scholarship on Demand. CERN. Switzerland. ETD-db: Choosing Software to Manage Electronic Theses and Dissertations.ecs. and Margret Branschofsky. and Julie Harford Walker. .

com/ Articles/ArticleReader. http://chronicle. Scott. 20 October 2003.econtentmag. Netherlands: IFLA. no.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. and MacKenzie ———.” D-Lib Magazine 7. “eScholarship at the University of California: Sustainable Innovation For Open Access. 7. Terence ?page=features&issue=7 Wolpert. and Hal Abelson. http:// chronicle.74 | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY Tansley. Texas. Catherine H.biomedcentral. Misek.” New Library World 105. 9 April 2004. Unite! The University of California Revolutionizes Publishing Paradigm. 3 (2004): 36–40. 4 March 2003. May 27–31.3. Houston. http://mitworld.” In Proceedings of the Third ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. “Social Sciences E-Prints Come of Age: The California Digital Library’s Working Paper Repository. of California International-Studies Program Offers Free Peer-Reviewed Articles Online. http://www . Carol. Geneva Henry and Lois Delcambre. “A Journey into DSpace. USA. The Hague. New York: ACM Press. Boston: MIT Libraries. Jeffrey R. http://www.. Ann. “The eScholarship Initiative. edited by Catherine C. “The DSpace Institutional Digital Repository System: Current Functionality.ifla. 3/4 (2004): 118–24. “eScholarship at the University of California: A Case Study in Sustainable Innovation for Open 2002.” Journal of Library Administration 35.pdf Hughes. and MacKenzie Smith. Huwe. “U. “eScholars of the World. “Google Tests Search Engine for Colleges’ Scholarly Young. 87–97. Daniel Chudnov. 4 (2001).” In World Library and Information Congress: 69th IFLA General Conference and Council. 1/2 (2001): 37–59. “The California Digital Library and the eScholarship Program. 5 (2002): 38– 23 April 2004.htm ———.htm Hughes.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. no.3 eScholarship Candee. Robert. A36.” Open Access Now. Jonathan B. 2003. http://www. no. 1–9 August 2003. Carol Ann. Weitzman. David Stuve. no. http://www. 2003. Scholarly Communication in a Digital World: A Thought Provoking Symposium to Celebrate the World-Wide Launch of DSpace.” ONLINE 26. 2003. “Google Teams Up with 17 Colleges to Test Searches of Scholarly Materials.” EContent 27. no. 2004/04/2004040901n. Margret Branschofsky.dlib . Greg McClellan. Mick Bass. Rice University. Marshall.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. Marla.aspx?ArticleID=6187 .html#CANDEE Carlson.

edu/payette/papers/ECDL98/FEDORA. 406–21. Catherine. John.cs. Italy. no. “The eScholarship Repository: A University of California Response to the Scholarly Communication Crisis.aspx?ArticleID=5553 &IssueID=192 Payette.” The Scientist. 2002.html ———. 3/4 (2002): 29–37. Sandra. and Sandra Payette.4 Fedora Fedora Project. and Thornton Staples.” Science & Technology Libraries 22. Thornton. Crete.” D-Lib Magazine 6. http://agenda.dlib.” In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 6th European Conference. 10 (2003): 9–11. Greece.INSTITUTIONAL ARCHIVES AND REPOSITORIES | 75 Ober. “Public Opinion Polls and Digital Preservation: An Application of the Fedora Digital Object Repository System. Geneva. 17–19 October” D-Lib Magazine 6.html Payette. 7/8 (2000). Michelle. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 4 (2003). CERN. 11 (2003).” http://www.dlib.dlib. no. ECDL 2002.dlib. Catherine. http://www. Proceedings. “Value Added Surrogates for Distributed Content: Establishing a Virtual Control Zone.html Staples. no. September 16–18. and Carl Lagoze. Geneva: CERN. “Proposal to the Andrew W. Ronald. http://www.php?base=agenda&categ=a02333&id=a02333s8t12/video Soehner. 6 (2000).fedora. http://www . “The California Digital Library.econtentmag.biomedcentral. “Virginia Dons FEDORA: A Prototype for a Digital Object Repository.cornell. Switzerland. “The Mellon Fedora Project: Digital Library Architecture Meets XML and Web Services. “UC to Launch Open-Access Journals. Heraklion. “This Fedora’s Big Enough for Any DAM Project.” D-Lib Magazine 9. September 1998. Rome. and Ross Wayland. http://www. 2002.” In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: Second European Conference.2. “The Fedora Project: An Open-Source Digital Object Repository Management System. http://www. Ross Wayland. Thornton. Mellon Foundation: The Open-Systems FEDORA Repository Development Project.” D-Lib Magazine 9. no. Lecture Notes in Computer Science” EContent 26. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1513. http://www. 7. “Flexible and Extensible Digital Object and Repository Architecture (FEDORA). Berlin: Jantz. no. ECDL ‘98. Zandonella. 2002: Proceedings.html .ch/ askArchive. 41– staples/07staples.3. http://www.” In 2nd Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative (OAI): Gaining Independence with E-Prints Archives and OAI.html Manafy. 16 June 2003. no. 1998.

and Peter Hansson. Australia: ARROW Project. no. Columbus. http://www. Blake. 5 (2004). and Theresa Velden.html OSU Knowledge Bank Planning Committee. http://eprint. no. no. 6 (2004). Andrew Treloar.html . “The eDoc-Server Project: Building an Institutional Repository for the Max Planck Society.pdf Eva. Liz.3.dlib.ohio-state.pdf 7. and Michele Sabto. 2003.html#DOBRATZ Harboe-Ree. http://library. no. http://www. ARROW: Australian Research Repositories Online to the World. 9 (2004).ac. Joseph. 2002.” D-Lib Magazine 10.2. http:// www. Kurt.2.” Ex Libris. 2/3 (2003): 111– http://www.” High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine. “Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries: Building the Knowledge Bank at the Ohio State University. “Creating an Institutional Repository: A Role for Bilder. “eBank UK: Building the Links between Research Data. “Ingenta’s Economic and Technical Models for Providing Institutional OA Archives.76 | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY 7.html#DEBELDER Dobratz.html Rogers. Uwe Klosa. Scholarly Communication and A Proposal for Development of an OSU Knowledge Bank: Final Report Submitted to the OSU Distance Learning/Continuing Education Committee. Sally A. OH: Ohio State no.” Journal of Library Administration 39. http://www.6 Other Beier. “SURF/DARE Funding for ‘Community Website for SCHOLAR(S)’ Project. 1 (2003): 125–” D-Lib Magazine 9. “Sun Center of Excellence for Trusted Digital Repositories Launched.html Rees. http://library.3. http://www.5 OSU Knowledge Bank Branin.” D-Lib Magazine .osu. De Belder. Victoria. Geoffrey. Gerhard. no. 181 (2003).dlib. Peter. 4 (2003): 41– “Will Banking Data Improve Research Output?” Research Information (March/ April 2004).org/dlib/june04/06inbrief . Cathrine.” Information Services & Use 23.dlib. 36 (2003). 2002.” Ariadne. Monash University Library. http://marylaine. no. “Developing an Institutional Knowledge Bank at Ohio State University: From Concept to Action Plan.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 3. June 21. no. http://www. 11 (2003) issue36/lyon/intro. Susanne.html Müller. Stefan Andersson. “The DiVA Project— Development of an Electronic Publishing System.


Van de Velde, Eric. “Metadata Harvesting and Open Archiving Solutions in a University Setting.” In 2nd Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative (OAI): Gaining Independence with E-Prints Archives and OAI, CERN, 17–19 October 2002, Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva: CERN, 2002. 2333s5t2/video van der Vaart, Lilian. “DARE: (A)Live and Kicking!” In CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the Benefits of OAI (OAI3), 12–14th February 2004 at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva: CERN, 2004. ch/askArchive.php?base=agenda&categ=a035925&id=a035925s8t12/video ———. “DARE: A New Age in the Provision of Academic Information.” D-Lib Magazine 8, no. 12 (2002). Velden, Theresa. “On the Open Access Strategy of the Max Planck Society.” In CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the Benefits of OAI (OAI3), 12–14th February 2004 at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva: CERN, 2004. video

7.4 Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Copeland, Susan. “E-Theses Developments in the UK.” 2003. abstract.php3/etd2003/copeland-susan Douglas, Kimberly, and Eric Van de Velde. “Taking the Plunge: Requiring the ETD.” (2003). MacColl, John. “Electronic Theses and Dissertations: A Strategy for the UK.” Ariadne, no. 32 (2002). ———. “An ETD Submission System for the UK.” 2003. abstract.php3/etd2003/maccoll-john Matshaya, Pateka. “ETD Initiative of the University of the Free State, South Africa: A Roadmap—Roadmapping University of the Free State ETD Initiative.” (2003). http:// Thompson, Larry A. “Electronic Theses and Dissertations at Virginia Tech.” Science & Technology Libraries 20, no. 1 (2001): 87–101. Young, Jeffrey R. “Requiring Theses in Digital Form: The First Year at Virginia Tech.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 13 February 1998, A29–A31.

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8.1 General Works
Awre, Chris. “Report on the 3rd OAI Workshop, CERN, Geneva, 12–14 February 2004.” D-Lib Magazine 10, no. 4 (2004). Breeding, Marshall. “The Emergence of the Open Archives Initiative.” Information Today 19, no. 4 (2002): 46–47. ———. “Understanding the Protocol for Metadata Harvesting of the Open Archives Initiative.” Computers in Libraries 22, no. 8 (2002): 24–29. Castelli, Donatella. “Open Archive Solutions to Traditional Archive/Library Cooperation.” LIBER Quarterly 13, no. 3/4 (2003): 290–98. publish/articles/000042/article.pdf Cole, Timothy W. “Using OAI: Innovations in the Sharing of Information.” Library Hi Tech 21, no. 2 (2003): 115–17. Comba, Valentina. “Open Archives Initiative (OAI) 3 Workshop.” Library Hi Tech News 21, no. 3 (2004): 6–7. Crawford, Walt. “OpenURL Meets Open Access.” American Libraries 35, no. 2 (2004): 52. Foulonneau, Muriel, and David Dawson. Open Archives Initiative—Protocol for Metadata Harvesting: Practices of the Cultural Heritage Actors. Bath, UK: Open Archives Forum, 2003. Expert Report 3. les/oaf_d48_cser3_foullonneau .pdf Fox, Edward A. “Open Archives Initiative.” D-Lib Magazine 6, no. 6 (2000). http://www Hunter, Philip, and Marieke Guy. “Metadata for Harvesting: The Open Archives Initiative, and How to Find Things on the Web.” The Electronic Library 22, no. 2 (2004): 168–74. Kiernan, Vincent. “‘Open Archives’ Project Promises Alternative to Costly Journals.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 December 1999, A43. Lagoze, Carl. “The OAI and OAI-PMH: Where to Go from Here?” In CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the Benefits of OAI (OAI3), 12–14th February 2004 at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva: CERN, 2004. video


Lagoze, Carl, and Herbert Van de Sompel. “The Making of the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting.” Library Hi Tech 21, no. 2 (2003): 118–28. ———. “The Open Archives Initiative: Building a Low-Barrier Interoperability Framework.” In Proceedings of the First ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, June 24–28, 2001: Roanoke, Virginia, USA, edited by Edward A. Fox and Christine L. Borgman, 54–62. New York: ACM Press, 2001. lagoze/papers/oai-jcdl.pdf Luce, Richard. “The Open Archives Initiative: Interoperable, Interdisciplinary Author Self-Archiving Comes of Age.” The Serials Librarian 40, no. 1/2 (2001): 173–82. http:// Lynch, Clifford A. “Metadata Harvesting and the Open Archives Initiative.” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 217 (2001): 1–9. MacColl, John, Marieke Napier, and Philip Hunter. “Developing an Agenda for Institutional E-Print Archives.” Ariadne, no. 29 (2001). open-archives/intro.html Marshall, Eliot. “Researchers Plan Free Global Preprint Archive.” Science Magazine, 29 October 1999, 887. McKiernan, Gerry. “Open Archives Initiative Data Providers. Part I: General.” Library Hi Tech News 21, no. 3 (2004): 11–19. ———. “Open Archives Initiative Service Providers. Part I: Science and Technology.” Library Hi Tech News 20, no. 9 (2003): 30–38. OAI-SP-I.pdf ———. “Open Archives Initiative Service Providers. Part II: Social Sciences and Humanities.” Library Hi Tech News 20, no. 10 (2003): 24–31. http://www.public.iastate .edu/~gerrymck/OAI-SP-II.pdf ———. “Open Archives Initiative Service Providers. Part III: General.” Library Hi Tech News 21, no. 1 (2004): 38–46. Medeiros, Norm. “E-Prints, Institutional Archives, and Metadata: Disseminating Scholarly Literature to the Masses.” OCLC Systems & Services 19, no. 2 (2003): 51–53. Needleman, Mark. “The Open Archives Initiative.” Serials Review 28, no. 2 (2002): 156–58. Nelson, Michael L., Herbert Van de Sompel, and Carl Lagoze. “Report on the 2nd Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative, Gaining Independence with E-Print Archives and OAI, 17–19 October 2002 CERN, Switzerland.” D-Lib Magazine 8, no. 11 (2002). Nixon, William J., and Pauline Simpson. “2nd Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative (OAI).” Ariadne, no. 34 (2003).

php?base=agenda&categ=a035925&id=a035925s13t7/video Suber. Paris. Hussein. “The Open Archives Initiative and the OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting: Rapidly Forming a New Tier in the Scholarly Communication Infrastructure. 2003.” Information Services & Use 23. 12–14th February 2004 at try=Digital+Libraries&industryid=3760&verticalid=151 ———. 2002. Fox.ingentaselect . http://lysander. Ministère de la Recherche.” Journal of Library Administration 35. http://www. “The Case for OAI in the Age of Google.” Library Journal. http://www. 1/2 (2001): 125–45.” D-Lib Magazine 7.html Tennant. Ottawa: Canadian Association of Research Libraries.” In Open Access to Scientific and Technical Information: State of the Art and Future Trends. Geneva.pdf Suleman. http://www. Switzerland. suleman/12suleman. “OAI: A ‘Down Under’ .vt. no. 32. no. Andy. no. 2004. +Libraries&industryid=3760&verticalid=151 . The Open Archives Initiative: Developing an Interoperability Framework for Scholarly Publishing. Geneva: CERN. Rusch-Feja.80 | OPEN ACCESS BIBLIOGRAPHY Powell. Hussein. 15 February 2004. 5. http://www. 2–3 (2003): 103– ———. Roy. “Overview of OAI and its Relation to Scientific Publishing in 12 (2001). Peter. Switzerland. libraryjournal. no.” In CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the Benefits of OAI (OAI3). “A Brief Overview of the OAI Protocol and It’s Potential open_archives.carl-abrc.htm#oai-google Suleman. “A Framework for Building Open Digital Libraries. CARL/ABRC Backgrounder Series No. July 2004. 23–24 January 2003.dlib. and Edward Fox.dlib. Geneva. Carré des Sciences.” SPARC Open Access Newsletter. http://www. http://agenda. “The Open Archives Initiative: Realizing Simple and Effective Digital Library Interoperability. Nancy. “Metadata’s Bitter Harvest. “A Brief Overview of the OAI Protocol and Its Potential Impact. 12–14th February 2004 at CERN.” In CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the Benefits of OAI (OAI3). no. “The Expanding World of video Shearer. Geneva: CERN. 32. 3 (2002): 179–86.PDF Steele.” Learned Publishing 15. 2004. Diann. and Edward A. France: INIST-CNRS.libraryjournal.” Library Journal.ram ———. 73 (2004).

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an electronic newsletter.htm for a more complete description of his publications. Bailey has written numerous papers about scholarly electronic publishing and artificial intelligence applications in libraries. Jr. Bailey established PACS-L. in 2001. 2003 issue of Library Journal. peer-reviewed ejournal until the end of 1996. and a media librarian at an academic media center. a resource directory was added to the bibliography. and he has moderated this list since Bailey was profiled in the Movers & Shakers 2003: The People Who Are Shaping the Future of Libraries supplement to the March 15. a free electronic book that is regularly updated. (See http://info. Mr. Previously. is the Assistant Dean for Digital Library Planning and Development at the University of Houston Libraries. He holds master’s degrees in information and library science and instructional media and technology. Bailey has served as co-editor of Advances in Library Automation and Networking and on the editorial boards of Library Computing and Reference Services Review. he served as the head of the systems department at an academic medical library. In 1989. and. From 1987 to 2003. and he subsequently served as its Chairperson. Bailey was given a Network Citizen Award by the Apple Library in 1992 and the first LITA/Library Hi Tech Award for Outstanding Achievement in Communicating to Educate Practitioners within the Library Field in Library and Information Technology in 1993. one of the first scholarly electronic journals published on the Internet. a technical writer at a bibliographic utility. and The Public-Access Computer Systems Review.uh. a Weblog was added (the Weblog became available via the SEPW mailing list in 2003). and he co-edited this publication until 1992.about the author Charles W. he made available the first version of the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Bailey. a mailing list about public-access computers in libraries. He is a frequent contributor of reviews to Current Cites. In 1988. .) His e-mail address is cbailey@uh. Bailey also established Public-Access Computer Systems News. He served as Editor-in-Chief of this a systems librarian at a research library. In that year. In 1997. in 1990. He founded the PACS-P mailing list for announcing the publication of selected e-serials in 1992. In recognition of his early electronic publishing efforts.lib. he served as Assistant Dean for Systems at the University of Houston Libraries. he served as the first Vice Chairperson of the Library and Information Technology Association’s Imagineering Interest Group.

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