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Tuesday, October 27 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Getting to Plan B: An Update on the Open Access Network • Supporting Monograph Production with a New Open Source Tool • Layering Copyright, Rights and Access Metadata in the UC San Diego DAMS: A Simplified Approach for Complex Scenarios

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Presentation 1
Getting to Plan B: An Update on the Open Access Network
In the spring of 2015, Rebecca Kennison and Lisa Norberg launched the Open Access Network (OAN), a transformative solution for sustainable OA publishing and archiving in the humanities and social sciences. They spent the first six months talking to scholars, librarians, publishers, and academic administrators, then used their feedback to make extensive changes to the plan. Fundamental elements of the original model remain core to the OAN, including partnerships among key stakeholders and broad support across all tertiary institutions. This presentation will introduce the new model, offer insights on getting to Plan B and provide an update on implementation.

Presenter: Lisa Norberg (K|N Consultants)

Presentation 2
Supporting Monograph Production with a New Open Source Tool
University of California Press and California Digital Library (CDL) were recently awarded a grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to fund development of an open source, end-to-end workflow and authoring tool aimed at streamlining activities related to the production of scholarly monographs. This session will provide a more detailed overview of the current project, as well as an update on progress made toward its initial release. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to contribute ideas and feedback that will help shape continued development of the platform.

Presenters: Justin Gonder (California Digital Library), Catherine Mitchell (California Digital Library)

Presentation 3
Layering Copyright, Rights and Access Metadata in the UC San Diego DAMS: A Simplified Approach for Complex Scenarios
This presentation will outline the revised copyright, rights and access data model under development for digital objects managed within the UC San Diego Library's Digital Asset Management System (DAMS). Although this is being developed in the context of a Hydra system, the overall approach to layering and association of default behaviors with copyright, rights and access metadata URI's has broad applicability to digital library and data curation environments. This revised approach greatly simplifies the processes of assigning, managing and utilizing rights metadata, while continuing to support complex rights and access control scenarios for collections in the DAMS system.

Presenters: Arwen Hutt (University of California, San Diego), Matt Critchlow (University of California, San Diego), Ryan Johnson (University of California, San Diego)
Co-Author: Esme Cowles (University of California, San Diego)

Speakers
MC

Matt Critchlow

Manager of Development and Web Services, UC San Diego Library
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Justin Gonder

Product Manager, Access & Publishing Group, California Digital Library
AH

Arwen Hutt

Metadata Librarian, UC San Diego
RJ

Ryan Johnson

Metadata Librarian, UC San Diego, Geisel Library
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Catherine Mitchell

Director, Access & Publishing Group, California Digital Library, University of California
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Lisa Norberg

Principal, K|N Consultants
Open Access Network


Tuesday October 27, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Ballroom II & III

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