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  • 1.
    Ding, J.
    et al.
    National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
    Shen, Z.
    National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
    Ahlgren, Per
    Uppsala University, Department of Statistics.
    Jeppsson, Tobias
    KTH, Library.
    Minguillo, David
    KTH, Library.
    How does author ethnic diversity affect scientific impact?: A study of nanoscience and nanotechnology2019In: 17th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics, ISSI 2019 - Proceedings, International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics , 2019, p. 2606-2607Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 2. Hamrin, Göran
    et al.
    Heyman Widmark, Cecilia
    KTH, Library.
    No deal! Schweden kündigt Elsevier-Verträge, um sich für Open Science einzusetzen2019In: Open-Access-Tage 2019, Hannover, Germany, 30 September - 2 October 2019, 2019Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this talk we highlight some results after the Swedish Bibsam consortium decided to cancel the agreement with scientific publisher Elsevier after 20 years as they couldn’t present a model that met the demands of the consortium.

    The requirements were immediate open access to all articles published in Elsevier journals by researchers affiliated to participating organisations as well as reading access to all articles in Elsevier’s journals. Bibsam also demanded a sustainable price model that enables a transition to open access publishing. We investigate the effects of this cancellation on Sweden’s largest technical university, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

    Method

    The study has two themes. First, we analyse the economics in earlier Bibsam-Elsevier agreements and what effects they have had for the budget and purchasing decisions made by the KTH Library. Second, we evaluate the response and the adapted behaviour of KTH researchers in the attempt to see if the cancellation has had severe negative effects for them.

    Results

    Our data collection gives an overview over the effects of the cancelled agreement at KTH. In particular, we observe how some of the money saved on the cancellation is used for individual article purchases and alternative services, thus lowering the effect of the cut-off. During our talk, we will also review some marketing strategies employed at KTH and Swedish libraries for making this cancellation process as smooth as possible.

    Limitations

    The short time period that has elapsed after the cancellation makes it difficult to see any long-time trends. The limited time frame also affects the validity of the researchers’ responses. Moreover, it is difficult to tell how the results from a case study from one university can be generalised to a global setting.

  • 3. Hamrin, Göran
    et al.
    Heyman Widmark, Cecilia
    KTH, Library.
    No deal! Sweden Cancelled Agreement with Elsevier to Stand Up for Open Scienc2019In: LIBER’s 2019 Annual Conference in Dublin, from 26 to 28 June,, 2019Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this talk we highlight some results after the Swedish Bibsam consortium decided to cancel the agreement with scientific publisher Elsevier after 20 years as they couldn’t present a model that met the demands of the consortium.

    The requirements were immediate open access to all articles published in Elsevier journals by researchers affiliated to participating organisations as well as reading access to all articles in Elsevier’s journals. Bibsam also demanded a sustainable price model that enables a transition to open access publishing. We investigate the effects of this cancellation on Sweden’s largest technical university, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

    Method

    The study has two themes. First, we analyse the economics in earlier Bibsam-Elsevier agreements and what effects they have had for the budget and purchasing decisions made by the KTH Library. Second, we evaluate the response and the adapted behaviour of KTH researchers in the attempt to see if the cancellation has had severe negative effects for them.

    Results

    Our data collection gives an overview over the effects of the cancelled agreement at KTH. In particular, we observe how some of the money saved on the cancellation is used for individual article purchases and alternative services, thus lowering the effect of the cut-off. During our talk, we will also review some marketing strategies employed at KTH and Swedish libraries for making this cancellation process as smooth as possible.

    Limitations

    The short time period that has elapsed after the cancellation makes it difficult to see any long-time trends. The limited time frame also affects the validity of the researchers’ responses. Moreover, it is difficult to tell how the results from a case study from one university can be generalised to a global setting.

  • 4. Hamrin, Göran
    et al.
    Heyman Widmark, Cecilia
    KTH, Library.
    No deal! Sweden cancelled agreement with Elsevier to stand up for Open Science2019In: The 14th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing 2019. UiT The Arctic University of Norway, November 27–28, 2019., 2019Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    n this talk we highlight some results after the Swedish Bibsam consortium decided to cancel the agreement with scientific publisher Elsevier after 20 years as they couldn’t present a model that met the demands of the consortium.

    The requirements were immediate open access to all articles published in Elsevier journals by researchers affiliated to participating organisations as well as reading access to all articles in Elsevier’s journals. Bibsam also demanded a sustainable price model that enables a transition to open access publishing. We investigate the effects of this cancellation on Sweden’s largest technical university, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

    Method

    The study has two themes. First, we analyse the economics in earlier Bibsam-Elsevier agreements and what effects they have had for the budget and purchasing decisions made by the KTH Library. Second, we evaluate the response and the adapted behaviour of KTH researchers in the attempt to see if the cancellation has had severe negative effects for them.

    Results

    Our data collection gives an overview over the effects of the cancelled agreement at KTH. In particular, we observe how some of the money saved on the cancellation is used for individual article purchases and alternative services, thus lowering the effect of the cut-off.  During our talk, we will also review some marketing strategies employed at KTH and Swedish libraries for making this cancellation process as smooth as possible.

    Limitations

    The short time period that has elapsed after the cancellation makes it difficult to see any long-time trends. The limited time frame also affects the validity of the researchers’ responses. Moreover, it is difficult to tell how the results from a case study from one university can be generalised to a global setting.

  • 5.
    Voß, Viola
    et al.
    Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Münster.
    Hamrin, Göran
    KTH, Library.
    Quadcopters or Linguistic Corpora: Establishing RDM Services for Small-Scale Data Producers at Big Universities2018In: LIBER Quartely, Vol. 28, no 1, p. 1-58Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 6.
    Wang, Qi
    KTH, School of Education and Communication in Engineering Science (ECE), Department for Library services, Language and ARC, Library, Publication Infrastructure.
    Consistency and validity of interdisciplinarity measures2019Data set
  • 7.
    Wändahl, Anders
    KTH, Library.
    Not served on a silver platter! Access to online mathematics information in Africa2009Conference paper (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This paper argues that, contrary to the beliefs of many, the amount of mathematics information available for African researchers, including electronic scientific journals and databases, is indeed substantial. However, whereas information resources are served on a silver platter at the "northern" universities, researchers at universities in developing countries have to work hard for their treats. The scientific information available for low-income countries is scattered among a large number of providers, websites, access methods, price models, and country- or institution-specific programmes. It is therefore quite hard for individual researchers to see the whole picture and establish what actually is available and what is not. This paper presents a number of key information sources for mathematics. Some are aimed primarily at disciplines other than mathematics but nevertheless contain extremely important and high-ranking mathematics journals. Brief instructions are also given on how to register for and maintain access to various relevant and useful resources.

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