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Wednesday, February 15 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Understanding the value of open-access usage information

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Open Access (OA) as a global trend has been transforming workflows in the scholarly communication industry. Along with that transformation, workflows that used to be clean and nicely put together became distorted and inconsistent. One of the complications inherent in publishing a new OA journal or transitioning from a subscription model to Open Access is the lack of adjusted practices for evaluating open-access usage statistics. Furthermore, transitioning subscription expenditures to a new OA model is difficult on its own without fully understanding the value of that usage. This session aims to bring focus onto the characteristics of open-access usage and to point out differences between statistics for subscription and open-content models. In order to accommodate our evolving needs, a discussion panel consisting of an editor, a librarian, a technology provider, and a publisher will help us question the current ways we analyze open-access content usage and understand why geographical perspective on Open Access matter.

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Speakers
avatar for Jay Patel

Jay Patel

Head of Sales, Americas, Cactus Communications
Jay Patel is a business development professional with Cactus Global and specializes in working with publishers and professional societies on the implementation of AI solutions. He wants to improve the user experience by utilizing AI to better classify content, make content easier... Read More →
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Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Project Director, COUNTER
With two decades of scholarly publishing experience across not-for-profit and commercial publishers and publishing industry bodies, and a history of volunteering with scholarly communication bodies, I understand and appreciate the changing pressures on publishers, librarians, funders... Read More →
avatar for Kasia Repeta

Kasia Repeta

Analyst, Global Outreach and Publishing Systems, Duke University Press
Kasia Repeta is an Analyst for Global Outreach & Publishing Systems at Duke University Press in the Journals and Collection Marketing team. In her daily work at the Press, she utilizes digital systems and data to support the dissemination of journals and collection content. She analyzes... Read More →
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Emily Poznanski

Director, Central European University Press
avatar for Yuimi Hlasten

Yuimi Hlasten

Librarian, Denison University
Yuimi Hlasten is the E-Resources and Scholarly Communication Librarian at Denison University.She troubleshoots E-resources access problems, and also handles Denison Digital Commons faculty collection.

Moderators
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Stephanie Dawson

CEO, ScienceOpen
Content in context is our goal at ScienceOpen. We provide publishing and metadata services embedded within an interactive discovery environment with a focus on preprints, open peer review, and community curation.


Wednesday February 15, 2023 9:30am - 10:45am EST
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