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FW: The Royal Society needs your input on OA

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The Royal Society is asking for feedback on its Open Access programme, details below. This may be of interest to subscribers to this list.
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From: Research Data Management discussion list [[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Joy Davidson [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 08 September 2011 09:48
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Subject: FW: The Royal Society needs your input on OA

Of possible interest to list members.
-----Original Message-----
From: Kazmi, Sana [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 07 September 2011 15:20
Subject: The Royal Society needs your input on OA

** Apologies for cross posting **

Dear Librarians and Open Access Administrators,

The Royal Society needs your help! We need your opinions on our open access programme,
and you can have the chance to win 100 ($150) of Amazon vouchers.

http://svy.mk/OAsurvey

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As a result of the growing demand by both authors and institutions, The Royal Society is pleased to announce
the launch of Open Biology, our first fully open access journal.

Being the first wholly open access online journal from the Royal Society, we would like to ask for your contribution
in helping us determine how we can best serve your faculty and scientists who wish to publish in open access.

Please complete this short survey to help us better understand your institution's requirements
and views towards open access publishing and funding.

http://svy.mk/OAsurvey

Your feedback is greatly valued and will be reviewed by the Royal Society's publishing team,
ensuring that we work together with those institutions that support open access in order to achieve
our goal towards the dissemination of scientific knowledge.

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Open Biology is a rapid, open-access, peer-reviewed online journal publishing high quality research in
cell biology, developmental and structural biology, molecular biology, biochemistry,
neuroscience, immunology, microbiology and genetics.

The Editor-in-Chief, Professor David Glover (FRS) from the University of Cambridge, aims to provide a journal
with a fair and speedy review system, "run by active, practicing scientists... with high expertise in this area",
"allowing good papers to be published quickly". He goes on to say that there is a need for scientists to be actively involved
in communicating and publishing their ideas, and believes Open Biology can help answer these needs by covering these specialist areas.

We thank you for your feedback, and if you may know of any other open access advocates
who wish to present their views to the Royal Society, please forward them this email.

You can complete the survey here http://svy.mk/OAsurvey.


Kind regards,

Sana Kazmi
Institutional Marketing Manager

Tel +44 (0)20 7451 2216
Fax +44 (0)20 7930 2170
Web royalsociety.org<http://royalsociety.org/>

The Royal Society
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