Deliverables

RoMEO Final Report

The 12-page RoMEO Project Final Report as submitted to JISC, the project funder.

RoMEO Studies Series

The RoMEO Project has produced six studies based on its findings as follows.

RoMEO Studies 1: The impact of copyright ownership on academic author self-archiving

RoMEO Studies 2: How academics wish to protect their open-access research paper

RoMEO Studies 3: How academics expect to use open-access research papers

RoMEO Studies 4: An analysis of Journal publishers' Copyright Agreements

RoMEO Studies 5: IPR issues for OAI Data and Service Providers

RoMEO Studies 6: Rights metadata for open-archiving  

RoMEO Advocacy materials 

The RoMEO Project has produced some materials based on their findings that they hope others can use to encourage authors to retain rights and self-archive their research papers.

Know your rights.  One page handout encouraging authors to retain their rights and self-archive.
How can I self-archive AND get my paper published?  A table that helps you to see how you may both self-archive AND get your paper published, without breaking publishers’ Copyright Transfer Agreements.
The author, the publisher, their copyright agreement and it's terms. A powerpoint presentation reporting on the RoMEO analysis of journal publisher copyright agreements, and encouraging authors to retain rights and self-archive.

RoMEO Technical Solution

RoMEO Rights Solution document

RoMEO Presentations

IPR: barrier to open access?  Presentation to the University Science and Technology Librarian's Group.  Newcastle University, 4 March 2003

The impact of copyright ownership on open access.  EUSIDIC Spring Meeting.  Karlsruhe, 18 March 2003  

The impact of copyright ownership on open access.  Leeds Scholarly Communications Group meeting, 26 March 2003.

IPR issues facing open access.  The Open Archives Initiative: application and exploitation.  UKSG Seminar, London, 14 May, 2003.

The author, the publisher, his copyright agreement and it's terms.  Daedalus Advocacy event, Glasgow University, 18 June, 2003.

RoMEO Project Results.  OA Forum Workshop, Bath, 4 September, 2003.  

How academics wish to protect their open-access research papers. Fair Play and Fair Pay.  Seminar of the British Computer Society Electronic Publishing Specialist Group (epsg) and the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA).  18 September, 2003.

 

 

 

 

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