24 أكتوبر 2014



العقول المفتوحة و الوصول المفتوح


Open Minds, Open Access

Barbara Fister




The recent reversal of a lengthy and long-awaited court decision about how fair use might apply in electronic reserve readings was disappointing in some ways and reassuring in others. We still will need to make complex decisions about whether making a digital portion of a book available to students enrolled in a course requires permission from and payment to a rights holder or whether it is a fair use. Every single time.
There are lots of good things out there to read about this court case. Nancy Sims (who will be participating in an IHE podcast later this week), Kevin Smith , and Iris Jastram all have written informative explanations of what the decision means and what is still left up in the air. So I won't do anything other than say "go read these posts! I have really smart colleagues!"
What I will say is that it seems wonderfully appropriate that we are thinking through the legal implications of this practice during Open Access Week . This annual event is in its eighth year and we have seen progress made. If you're not quite sure what open access means, the best two-minute explanation was written by Peter Suber and he explains it well, if not in as much depth as in his book about it . A lot of scholars now buy into the idea that it makes sense for their research to be available to all who have an internet connection, not just to those who are lucky enough to work at a research institution or have the resources to purchase all the books and articles they might want to look at.
There's a persistent misperception among many scholars that all open access publishing operations charge authors (most don't), that they are not peer reviewed (most are), and that they're run by scammers (yes, some scammers have set up faux publishing sites, but they're pretty obviously bogus. Rejecting all open access publications as a result is kind of like saying you will only accept messages that come on paper in an envelope with a stamp because email is a scam run by Spanish Prisoner crooks .)
One argument against open access that has never made sense to me is that the system we have works perfectly well and anyone who needs access to research already has it. Publishers have said this to members of the US Congress with a straight face. To me, this is a startlingly anti-intellectual stance. It suggests one of the following:
Only really smart people can understand what I have to say. Most people are ignorant. They should, however, pay my salary because what I have to say is important to smart people. And if ignorant people really, truly want to read my stuff they can buy it. Yes, my book is priced at $120. What's your problem? If you can't afford it, just ask your library to buy it.
What I have to say is highly specialized and important only to fifteen other people, so there's no reason to make it open access. But somebody has to cough up the $20,000 first copy cost for my book or get enough libraries to subscribe to the $17,000 journal I publish in or those 15 people might not take me seriously. That's how it works.
I have to churn this stuff out. I don't care if anyone reads it. I hope they cite it, though.
What's the issue? I don't have problem getting what I need. Wait, why has Elsevier sent me a take down notice? There must be some mistake. I wrote that article. I'll explain it to them after I finish uploading the readings I'm assigning this week.
Okay, that last bullet point isn't anti-intellectual, exactly. It's just the typical disconnect between the systems that have evolved to make research public and the scholar's impulse to share scholarship - their own and others - without jumping through a lot of legal and financial hoops. It seems so natural, somehow, to post a PDF of your latest article online. Scanning a book chapter and uploading it to your course management system is simple - unless you pause to think through the copyright issues, and if it seems to fail the four-factor test fair use, figure out to whom and how to pay for that permission. Scholars see their well-established publishing practices as separate from the sharing they do. Sharing seems both natural and pretty frictionless. But the only way it will truly be frictionless is if we reorganize our financial and labor practices to make it easier to share legally. This is doable without losing rigor or quality.
This won't solve the problem of evaluating fair use on a case-by-case basis and paying permissions when necessary for the decades of research for which all rights are reserved. But if future publications are open access it could save us all a lot of anguish and (even better) knowledge could spread much more easily and widely. The money, and the future, is already here. It's just distributed badly. We can do better, and we will, slowly but surely
Students Re-Launch Open Access Button App to Find Free Access to Scientific and Scholarly Research Millions of people use research everyday. From students, medical professionals, to curious hobbyists, we all benefit from being able to access, read, and cite reliable, tested information. But getting the research we need can be hard and costly when it's locked up behind expensive paywalls. Two university students, David Carroll and Joseph McArthur, were finally fed up with being denied access to online journals and articles that were necessary to continue their studies—so they decided to take matters into their own hands. The result was Open Access Button , a browser-based tool that records users’ collisions with paywalls and aids them in finding freely accessible copies of those research articles. The previous version had over 5,000 users and mapped nearly 10,000 encounters with paywalled research.
This week they have re-launched the tool as an updated, more powerful app suite. If a user hits a paywall to an article or paper, the tool will automatically notify its author on the user's behalf to let them know that someone has been blocked from accessing their work, and ask them to submit a link to a freely accessible version. If the author responds with a link, the app will not only provide that link to the original user but will also display the alternative link to anyone who tried to views the research in the future. In practice, this could incentivize authors to deposit their work into open research repositories. Users also have the option to share why they are seeking a particular article, which creates an interactive map of stories by people who need research around the world. The hope is that this new Open Access Button will not only help users get better, quicker access to inaccessible research, but will further transform the experience of hitting a paywall to research from being a disempowering denial of access to an explicit call to action. *** Please note that the Open Access Button will NOT keep your use of the app private. It will publish information collected from its users on a dedicated data platform under a Creative Commons 0 license—including the metadata of the research papers, usernames, professions, and your approximate location. Their stated purpose for making this data public is to enable open access advocates to map and point to the prevalence of academics, students, and Internet users who face paywalls when accessing research. This is their privacy policy . *** The new apps are available both for mobile phones and web browsers, and can be downloaded at openaccessbutton.org . ~ Between October 20 and 26, EFF is celebrating Open Access Week alongside dozens of organizations from around the world. This is a week to acknowledge the wide-ranging benefits of enabling open access to information and research—as well as exploring the dangerous costs of keeping knowledge locked behind publisher paywalls. We'll be posting on our blog every day about various aspects of the open access movement. Go here to find out how you can take part and to read the other Deeplinks published this week.

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21 أكتوبر 2014

متطوعون شباب يهبون لإثراء الإنترنت بالمحتوى العربي

تذرع جهات وشركات عربية وعالمية بالافتقار للمحتوى العربي على الإنترنت بدوافع مثل التسويق لمنتجاتها وخدماتها أو غير ذلك من الأهداف لكن الأمر لا يحتاج لتسويق فهاهم مجموعة متطوعين من الشابات والشباب السعودي والسوري والمصري والاردني واللبناني يطلقون مشاريع باهرة لإغناء الإنترنت بالأبحاث المترجمة والمواضيع الحيوية التي تهم الجميع في العلوم وغيرها من المجالات الحيوية. 
على الرغم من أن بعض هذه المبادرات انطلقت حديثا إلا أنها بدأت تجذب الآلاف من المتابعين، إذ وصل عدد متابعي موقع الباحثون السوريون أمس إلى 300 ألف متابع على فيسبوك.وكتب حرمون حمية في موقع رصيف مقالا مطولا يستكشف هذه المبادرات المثيرة تحت عنوان "ستة مشاريع شبابية تطمح إلى إعادة العرب إلى عصرهم الذهبي" ويتابع قائلا:" تخيّل مكتبة في القاهرة يُترجم فيها المئات أحدث الاكتشافات العلمية إلى اللغة العربية، ومركزاً في بيروت يترجم نصوصاً وكتباً تتمحور حول علم الاجتماع. تخيّل تجمّعات 

 في بغداد ودمشق لمترجمين ينقلون النصوص الأدبية والثقافية إلى اللغة العربية من دون مقابل مادي ، المئات من الشباب العرب تخيّلوا المشهد وأسسوا مجموعات على الإنترنت، تترجم مواضيع علمية وثقافية متنوعة إلى اللغة العربية. يتابع مئات الآلاف من العرب ست صفحات على فيسبوك، يساهم فيها المئات من المترجمين المحترفين والهواة في خلية نحل تنتج يومياً موادَّ للقارئ العربي المهتم بالاكتشافات العلمية الحديثة، النصوص الأدبية، وما بينهما من إنتاج فكري قدمه الإنسان على مرّ التاريخ. هذه المجموعات هي 
 "ولكل مجموعة قصة تثلج القلوب، ومثلا اشرف على تأسيس موقع الباحثون السوريون مهند ملك، وهو دكتور باحث في جامعة كامبريدج البريطانية، صفحة على موقع التواصل الإجتماعي الفيسبوك أطلق عليها اسم ” الباحثون السوريون“ وهو بالأساس موقع على الإنترنت يروي فضول الباحثين عن المعرفة والعلم أو الوصول إلى معلومات دقيقة حول أي ظاهرة أو موضوع سواء كان يرتبط بالصحة أو الكيمياء أو الفضاء.
يشير موقع الفنار للتعليم العالي في العالم العربي إلى قول المؤسس مهند ملك إن المشروع جاء نتيجة الغضب من سذاجة ما نُشر في كل مكان من مستخدمي وسائل الاعلام الاجتماعية خلال الربيع العربي. حيث وجد الكثير من الناس يصدقون كل ما يرد في التغريدات والمنشورات وكأنها نصوص مقدسة رغم غياب مصدرها الواضح مما يتسبب في سوء الفهم وانتشار الأكاذيب. ” لكوني عالم فإن التمسك بالاستشهادات وذكر المصادر متأصل بداخلي. أردت أن أظهر للناس أن هذا ليس مقصوراً على العلم فقط. إنه أسلوب حياة.”
توافق مادونا بشورة، التي تقود عمل الباحثون السوريون في شمال أميركا في كندا، على ما يقوله ملك. تقول “أشاركه القلق إزاء القبول الأعمى للأكاذيب. أنا صيدلانية ويقلقني بصورة خاصة تصديق الناس للمعلومات الصحية  المغلوطة على شبكة الإنترنت.”
بدأ مشروع الباحثون السوري مع مجموعة قليلة من المتابعين في عام 2011، ليصل اليوم لأكثر من 280 ألف معجب متابع لصفحة الفيسبوك من جميع أنحاء العالم العربي.
يرجع ملك سبب النجاح إلى 325 طالب وباحث يعملون في المشروع من مختلف أنحاء العالم وليسوا جميعهم سوريين. إذ يقومون بقراءة الدراسات وكتابة مقالات وملخصات غير رسمية عن محتواها باللغة العربية، ومن ثم يتم نشرها على موقع المشروع وصفحته على الفيسبوك.  يبدي ملك حماساً أكبر لمشروعه القادم الذي يهدف إلى تحويل صفحة الفيسبوك إلى جمعية وقناة تلفزيونية.
درس ملك في مدرسة فرنسية كاثوليكية للراهبات في دمشق، والده مسلم ووالدته من عائلة مسيحية وهو ما تسبب في حيرة كبيرة له في الكثير من الأحيان. يقول “كنت أصلي إلى مريم المقدسة في الصباح ثم بعد ظهر أيام الجمعة كنت أذهب إلى المسجد. وأذكر أني ذهبت إلى مكة عندما كنت طفلا، وكنت مشوشا جداً.”
لكن ملك لم يعد مشوشا كذلك هو حال هذه المجموعات التي تمشي بخطى سديدة لتقديم بديل عن المعلومات المغلوطة والصحافة الصفراء التي تجذب القراء لمواقعها بعناوين مضللة لأغراض الربح.
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http://arabic.arabianbusiness.com/business/education/2014/oct/17/372866/#.VEa3JvmsUkE

19 أكتوبر 2014

Open Access Journal: Arab World English Journal AWEJ




AWEJ: Arab World English Journal   

Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) is a refereed, peer-reviewed, and open-access e-journal for scholars, researchers, teachers, and officials of the English language in the Arab countries and in the entire world.

With the coming of globalization and E-era, there is a general consensus among most scholars, educationalists, and policy makers that English language is the language and the tool of globalization and internationalization. Globalization has the power to make English language universal. Although the distance between countries has become closer, the competition is getting fiercer. Therefore, the ministries and departments of education as well as universities in most of countries of the world have launched quantum activities to develop and update their English teaching programs to cope with the new challenges.

 Most Arab countries teach English language as part of their public education, but unfortunately, educators, teachers, and officials are unhappy with these programs due to the poor results, outcomes and performances of many students. Hence, it is easy to note that the quality of instruction has inhibited students’ English language proficiency over the years. In addition,, there are several other key issues like the growing disparity in competence in English among students and a lack of English competence among many teachers who have not effectively advanced the language.

The Arab World English Journal has a clear vision of the current situation of English teaching and learning in the Arab countries, and through AWEJ we hope to establish a forum for lively professional discussion to promote the development of links between language-related research and its application in educational and other professional settings. We believe that as globalization continues to make the world a smaller place, we need to make certain that students gain the skills and knowledge to excel in whatever careers they pursue.

16 أكتوبر 2014

October 17th: Symposium "Rushing to Revolution? Open Access Models for Humanities Journals".

October 17th: Symposium 'Rushing to Revolution? Open Access Models for Humanities Journals'. Venue: Utrecht (The Netherlands). Registration with tijdschriftstudies@let.ru.nl

There is a Symposium on  Open Access Models for Humanities Journals on 17th October 2014 at Utrecht, The Netherlands. 


This symposium, organised by TS·> Tijdschrift voor tijdschrift­studies and Utrecht University Library, will explore possible solutions for scholarly journals that are contemplating or planning a transition to Open Access, and for journals that are currently trying to survive in Open Access. Experts from the international field of Open Access publishing for Humanities will share their views and experiences.
Furthermore, several journal editors who made the transition to OA will talk about their new business models and the challenges they are facing


Paperity, the first multi-disciplinary Aggregator of Open Access Journals and Papers has launched


Paperity - Social Multidisciplinary Aggregator of Open Access Papers

Paperity is the first multi-disciplinary aggregator of peer-reviewed Open Access journals and papers that aims to connect authors with readers.
It gives readers easy and unconstrained access to thousands of journals from hundreds of disciplines in one central location, making it simpler to access papers and research materials.



Paperity was just launched on Oct 2014, with 2,000 journals and 160,000 open papers present already in the system at http://paperity.org/.  Paperity - Social multidisciplinary aggregator of Open Access papers

Directory of Free Arab Journals Guide Arabic periodicals free DFAJ


DFAJ: Directory of Free Arab Journals Guide Arabic periodicals

It is an inventory Arabic periodicals scientific Court issued by various scientific bodies and academic differences covered objectivity and linguistic. 


DFAJ encourage researchers to use electronic journals scientific Court as one of the most important sources of scientific.

Provide the time and effort of researchers in the search for research articles through the provision of scientific journals

15 أكتوبر 2014

Free Access to Developing Economies

High Wire provides Free Access to Developing Economies

The following journals offer free online access to developing economies, based on either programs such as HINARI or AGORA, or on a HighWire-based program offering access to countries appearing in the World Bank's list of "low income economies,"plus Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Djibouti, Georgia, Indonesia, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine. Individual publishers use the list from the World Bank as a guideline for determining their policies, so some variation in access per publisher does occur. One do not need to sign up for this service as the software automatically detects the country one is connecting from and grants access accordingly. To request that a journal be added to this list, please contact the journal's publisher directly via their 'Feedback' button -- do not contact HighWire Press





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