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puntuale come sempre il bilancio di fine anno di Heather Morrison sulla
"drammatica" crescita dell'Open Access nel 2012
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Oggetto: [GOAL] Dramatic Growth of Open Access early year-end edition
Data: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 10:51:25 -0800
Mittente: Heather Morrison <hgmorris a sfu.ca>
Rispondi-a: Global Open Access List (Successor of AmSci)
<goal a eprints.org>
A: Global Open Access List (Successor of AmSci) <goal a eprints.org>
The early year-end edition of The Dramatic Growth of Open Access is now available.
Another awesome year for open access! The Directory of Open Access Journals continues its steady increase at around 3 titles per day, to well over 8,000 titles. An easy prediction for the new year is that DOAJ is likely to exceed a million articles searchable at the article level early in 2013. Welcome to newcomer Directory of Open Access Books - already 35 publishers with over 1,200 free, peer reviewed academic books! OpenDOAR now lists over 2,200 open access archives, while Bielefeld Academic Search Engine now searches over 40 million documents, illustrating that these archives are far from empty. The chart above illustrating growth in percentage of NIH external fundees' research that is freely available within 3 years of publication growing from 34% to 60% shows steady growth - not the 100% that we'd all like to see, but constantly moving in the right direction. Meanwhile Beall's list of open access publishers continues to grow, too, illustrating that open access is getti!
ng lots of attention, and not always on the right side.
On the fun side, flickr now has close to a quarter billion CC licensed photos - and note that 70% use the CC noncommercial element. If this Creative Commons is a democratic community, it's time to make NC the default! Wikimedia is now over 15 million items, and the Internet Archive recently surpassed one million movies.
For detailed numbers and a link to the open data edition, see the blogpost:
Heather Morrison, MLIS, PhD
Simon Fraser University School of Communication
The Imaginary Journal of Poetic Economics
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