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Is the material meant for specialists, students, or the general public?Is it focused on a specific subject or is it a general survey of a wider subject?Eelco Ferwerda (OAPEN), Frances Pinter (Knowledge Unlatched) and Niels Stern (Nordic Council of Ministers) are acting as joint Principal Investigators, with support from Lucy Montgomery (Knowledge Unlatched/Curtin University) and Ronald Snijder (OAPEN).

Is the material meant for specialists, students, or the general public?

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Librarians currently considering joining an OA initiative, or who have declined to join, were also encouraged to participate.

The goal was to determine the major impediments to the scalability of initiatives like KU from the perspective of collections staff, both in terms of increasing the number of participating libraries and the percentage of OA HSS monographs in their collections.

Review Essays will be published on the LSS Book Reviews Website, and distributed through the LSS Newsletter.

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Note any interesting circumstances that led to the writing of the book.

The author's intention may be apparent by the way the subject of the book is treated.The OPERAs Project UCL Press Usage Study Knowledge Unlatched Research has been working with UCL Press and a team of researchers based at the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University to explore the dissemination and impact of UCL Press books.In May 2016 UCL Press invited KU Research to carry out a preliminary study of the dissemination and impact of UCL titles.Pre-print of the publicly available journal article Surveying the Scalability of OA Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences In June 2016 the University of Michigan Library (U-M Library) and Knowledge Unlatched Research began a collaboration “to study and overcome remaining obstacles to the spread of Open Access (OA) scholarly publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS).” We are now very pleased to announce that one product of this partnership will be a survey of academic librarians in the United States conducted by Christopher Barnes, Ph D, a fellow at U-M Library and an LIS student in the School of Information.The survey, released at the end of November 2016, targeted librarians involved in the decision-making process behind participation in OA initiatives targeting monographs in the HSS.A book review is a descriptive and critical/evaluative account of a book.It provides a summary of the content, assesses the value of the book, and recommends it (or not) to other potential readers.The study, carried out in partnership with the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University, explores the digital footprint of UCL Press’s open access books in their first year online.The project focuses on what usage data can tell us about where and how UCL Press books are being read; the efficacy of digital distribution approaches currently being used; and the impact of key events on the use of OA titles.Several areas may provide clues: appendices, bibliographies and general indexes usually accompany scholarly works; prefaces and introductions often contain an author's explicit statement of intention; the content and style of expression will be a good indication of the intended audience. Tell your reader not only the main concern of the book in its entirety (subject) but also what the author's particular point of view is on that subject (thesis statement).If you cannot find an adequate statement in the author's own words or if you feel that the stated thesis statement is not that which the book actually develops (make sure you check for yourself), then you will have to compose a thesis statement that does cover all the material.


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