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(1) Cognitive Sciences at Southampton
(2) CogPrints: Cognitive Sciences Eprint Archive
(3) Psycoloquy Journal Archive,
(4) Behavioral & Brain Sciences (BBS) Journal Archive,
(5) Harnad E-Print Archives,
(6) Student Skywriting and Skyreading Archives

"September 11 2001"

click here for: OPEN ACCESS AND SELF-ARCHIVING LINKS

Schedule of Past and Future Talks: 2000-2014


(1) Cognitive Sciences Centre (CSC) and Cognitive Science Laboratory  Southampton University
(2) CogPrints: Cognitive Sciences Eprint Archive (since 1997)
(3) Psycoloquy: Refereed Journal with Peer Commentary (since 1990)  
(4) Behavioral & Brain Sciences (BBS) Archive
(inaugural editorial 1978;  valedictory editorial 2002 )  

(5a) Harnad Papers on Cognitive Science
(categorical perception, symbol grounding, Turing Test, language origins, consciousness)
(5b) Harnad Papers on Online Research Communication and Open Access



  Open Access and Self-Archiving Links:

Talks (2013-4)

"Scholarly Skywriting" (1990)
"PostGutenberg Galaxy" (1991)

"Subversive" Proposal (1994, 1998

American Scientist Open Access Forum  (since 1998)
American Scientist Open Access Forum Hypermail Archive (since 1998) 

Open Archives Initiative  (1999)
Open Citation Linking (OpCit) Project (1999)

GNU eprints.org (free OAI Archive-creating software: since 2000)

Toll-Free Access to Refereed Research (2001)
Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI, 2001)
BOAI Self-Archiving FAQ (2001)
Self-Archiving Initiative (Nature, 2001)
Citebase impact ranking engine (2001) and usage/citation correlator/predictor

OSI EPrints Handbook (2002)

OA Proposal for UK Research Assessment Exercise (Ariadne, 2003)
ROAR (Registry of Open Access Repositories) (since 2003)

ROARMAP (Registry of Open Access Repository Material Archiving Policies) (since 2004)
ROMEO Journal/Publisher Self-Archiving Policy Directory (since 2004)
Bibliography of Findings on the Open Access Impact Advantage (since 2004)
Findings on Open Access Research Impact Advantage (Southampton, since 2004)

Findings on Open Access Research Impact Advantage (UQàM, since 2005)
Open Access Archivangelism (Blog, since 2005)

UK Science/Technology Committee Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Recommended) (2004)
Berlin 3 Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Recommended) (2005)
Wellcome Trust Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Adopted) (2005)
RCUK Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Adopted by 6 out of 7 councils) (2006-7)
European Commission Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Recommended) (2006)
European Research Advisory Board (EURAB) Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Recommended) (2006)
European Research Council (ERC) Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Adopted) (2007)
US Federal Research Public Access Act (FRPAA) Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Recommended) (2006)
Australian Research Council (ARC) Policy Statement Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Adopted) (2006)
Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Policy Statement Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Adopted) (2006)
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Policy Statement Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate (Recommended) (2006)
Universities, Departments, Labs, Research Institutions and Research Funding Agencies:
If you have adopted an OA policy, please register and describe it at:
Registry of Open Access Repository Material Archiving Policies (ROARMAP)
Powerpoint Presentation Available for Publicizing Open Access and Self-Archiving:

In order to help universities and research institutions inform their researchers about open access and self archiving and their their effects on research usage and citation impact we have created a series of powerpoints illustrating the How's and Why's of institutional open-access provision and policy. Permission is granted for anyone to use these powerpoints or these PDFs, created by T. Brody, C. Hajjem and S. Harnad (U. Southampton, UQàM), to promote institutional self-archiving and open access.
Dialup Video for OA Talk (Windows Media Format) London
Broadband Version (WMP) London
STREAMING VIDEO (Windows Media format) Monterey
STREAMING VIDEO (Real format) Monterey
Berlin 3 Meeting: Streaming video Southamton
Berlin 3 Meeting Video (1a: 4Mb) Southampton
Berlin 3 Meeting Video (1b: 52Mb) Southampton
Berlin 3 Meeting Video (2: 137Mb) Southampton
Version langue française
2e Version langue française
Discussion
Liège Rectors' Conference (2007)
Driver Summit (2008)
FEST Trieste (2008)

Peer Review  (Nature Web Matters, 1998)
Paracite citation-seeker
Standardized OAI CV for harvesting and impact assessment
CalTech Review of eprints.org 
data archiving
book/monograph impact  



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Jeffrey Gray: (1934 - 2004) 
"He who steals my prose, steals trash:
The purse from whence it flows,
Inexhaustibly,
Is stashed,
Inviolate,
Intracranially."

István Hesslein

"Journalists,
like moths and drunks,
seem attracted,
irresistibly,
where the light
shines, not
where the key lies"


István Hesslein
Skywritings (blog)

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