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Libraries advocating for open access: Best practices and lessons learnt Iryna Kuchma EIFL Open Libraries advocating for open access: Best practices and lessons learnt Iryna Kuchma EIFL Open Access Programme Manager www. eifl. net Attribution 3. 0 Unported

Tactics Tying to actions works well For example, having draft OA policies Tactics Tying to actions works well For example, having draft OA policies

Tactics (2) Try to actively engage your target audience: not only in a group Tactics (2) Try to actively engage your target audience: not only in a group but also oneon-one Work with OA supporters from the faculty as champions in your advocacy activities

Tactics (3) It is very efficient to present case studies of OA repositories and Tactics (3) It is very efficient to present case studies of OA repositories and OA journals to research communities Live examples are always powerful Demonstration of already established OA repositories/journals advocates for itself

“Presentations about OA inspired us to launch a new OA journal “Tobacco Control and “Presentations about OA inspired us to launch a new OA journal “Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe” and register it in the Directory of OA Journals” Tatiana Andreeva, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukraine)

Tactics (4) When OA is a new concept for the audience, try present the Tactics (4) When OA is a new concept for the audience, try present the topic of OA along with other more familiar issues that have gained some attention

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations The right timing for proposing an OA policy is Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations The right timing for proposing an OA policy is extremely important When working with university administrators (or any major stakeholders) you should be aware of their priorities

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (2) Any institutional-level advocacy project should be designed for Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (2) Any institutional-level advocacy project should be designed for multi-stakeholder communities

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (3) Try to start planning all project activities as Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (3) Try to start planning all project activities as early as possible, especially main events like workshops Try to avoid last minute rush

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (4) Research lunches proved to be a big success Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (4) Research lunches proved to be a big success

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (5) In-person visits with directors/leadership of departments and institutions Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (5) In-person visits with directors/leadership of departments and institutions is a very effective way to cultivate a shared understanding of the concept of OA, as well as to get a buy-in

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (6) It is possible to achieve ambitious objectives on Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (6) It is possible to achieve ambitious objectives on a tight budget when the enthusiasm is there as a driving force However, it is extremely important that there is a strong institutional commitment to the project when trying to develop an OA infrastructure from scratch

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (7) It is absolutely necessary to have a trained Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (7) It is absolutely necessary to have a trained team available with the required technical and managerial capacities Training of the trainers is necessary

Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (8) Plan continued advocacy activities and don't limit your Challenges, Lessons Learnt & Recommendations (8) Plan continued advocacy activities and don't limit your strategy to one event

Some results Over 1700 national policy makers, research administrators, researchers, students, journal editors/publishers, and Some results Over 1700 national policy makers, research administrators, researchers, students, journal editors/publishers, and librarians attended workshops/other outreach events; New partnerships with various stakeholders; Educational materials in 7 languages have been developed, including 6 short videos;

Some results (2) 30 new OA repositories set up; Increase in research output deposited Some results (2) 30 new OA repositories set up; Increase in research output deposited in OA repositories; OA publishing initiatives launched in Estonia, Botswana & Malawi; 2 OA theses mandates: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Ghana, & University of Zimbabwe

Some results (3) University of Tartu Library takes part in the Estonian Ministry of Some results (3) University of Tartu Library takes part in the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research programme for monitoring Estonian research policies and is involved in national policy discussions; A core group of OA advocates acts as the advisory body on OA in Slovenia; National and institutional OA policy discussions in Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Botswana, Ghana, Sudan, Zimbabwe.

Acknowledgements The work presented in this paper would not be possible without the key Acknowledgements The work presented in this paper would not be possible without the key contribution of the OA advocacy campaigns managers and authors of EIFL-OA case studies: Rania M. H. Baleela, Faculty of Science, University of Khartoum (Sudan), and Pablo de Castro, Grand. IR (Spain); CB. Bożena Bednarek. Michalska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, and Karolina Grodecka, Akademia Gorniczo-Hutnicza University of Science and Technology (Poland); Agnes Chikonzo, University of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe); Richard Bruce Lamptey, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Ghana); Reason Baathuli Nfila, University of Botswana (Botswana); Elena Sipria-Mironov and Merit Burenkov, University of Tartu Library (Estonia); Ugis Skele, University of Latvia (Latvia); Dr Luka Šušteršič, Jožef Stefan Institute Science Information Centre (Slovenia); Gintarė Tautkevičienė, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania); Kondowani Wella, University of Malawi, Kamuzu College of Nursing (Malawi); Tetiana Yaroshenko, National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, and Oleksii Vasyliev, Informatio Consortium (Ukraine); supported by the Information Programme, Open Society Foundations as a part of EIFL-OA programme activities

Thank you! Questions? iryna. kuchma@eifl. net Thank you! Questions? iryna. [email protected] net