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From: Julia Brungs <Julia.Brungs at ifla.org>
Date: 15 April 2015 at 10:04
Subject: [PAC-LIST] REMINDER: Call for submissions for the 2015 IFLA/Brill
Open Access award - deadline 30 April 2015
To: "ifla-l at infoserv.inist.fr" <ifla-l at infoserv.inist.fr>, "
pac-list at infoserv.inist.fr" <pac-list at infoserv.inist.fr>
IFLA and Brill are pleased to announce the 2015 IFLA/Brill Open Access
The IFLA/Brill Open Access award is created to reward initiatives that
facilitate and/or promote Open Access Scholarly Monographs in the
humanities or social sciences. This is in line with IFLA’s stated position
on Open Access <http://www.ifla.org/node/8890>, which aims to promote open
access across its membership. This is also in line with Brill’s open access
policy <http://www.brill.com/open-access-policy>. “Open Access” in the
context of this award refers to any structural publication model, where the
reader does not have to pay a fee to access the leading version of a
monograph and where the content is made available without embargo.
The award will be given to the person/institute behind the initiative in
recognition of outstanding work and effort in facilitating, promoting,
advocating, raising awareness in regard to and/or disseminating Open Access
Scholarly Monographs published with an open license.
In 2013 the award was given to Open Book Publishers, Cambridge (UK)
In 2014, the award winner was Knowledge Unlatched, London (UK)
*The prize consists of:*
· Cash prize (€ 1000)
· IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) 2015
registration (€ 500)
· Travel to and accommodation at the IFLA WLIC in Cape Town, South
Africae (up to a maximum of € 1500)
· The winner will be invited to attend IFLA Cape Town in person, or
may identify a person to collect the prize on their behalf.
The winner is responsible for registering for the congress, and booking own
travel and accommodation. Reimbursement of costs will be arranged between
the winner and the Brill/IFLA contact persons.
*The following groups are eligible:*
· Initiatives that facilitate and/or promote Open Access scholarly
monographs such as projects or organisations
· Individuals who have authored, facilitated or promoted Open
Access scholarly monographs
Nominees can be suggested by the owners of the project, but also by third
parties, e.g. by authors, who published their monograph in the framework of
the OA initiative.
Applications should be submitted to the identified contact persons below.
They should include a text of max 1 A4 page which contains:
· An explanation of how far the proposed initiative facilitates
and/or promotes Open Access Scholarly Monographs.
· Name and contact details of nominated project
· Name and contact details of nominator (if different)
Deadline for submissions: *30 April 2015*
Applications to be sent to: Julia Brungs <Julia.Brungs at ifla.org>
*About IFLA (ifla.org <http://www.ifla.org/>)*
IFLA: The trusted global voice of the library and information profession
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
(IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of
library and information services and their users. IFLA is an independent,
non-governmental, not-for-profit organization with over 1400 members in 150
countries. Guided by our Strategic Plan 2010-2015 and Key Initiatives, we
work to improve access to information and cultural heritage resources for
the global community in this rapidly changing digital and print environment
*About Brill (brill.com <http://www.brill.com/>*
*) *Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, BRILL is a leading
international academic publisher in the fields of Ancient Near East and
Egypt, Middle East and Islamic Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies,
Medieval and Early Modern Studies, contemporary History and History of War
studies, Biblical and Religious Studies, Slavic Studies, Language &
Linguistics, Biology, Human Rights and Public International Law. With
offices in Leiden and Boston, BRILL today publishes more than 175 journals
and around 600 new books and reference works each year. All publications
are available in both print and electronic form. BRILL also markets a large
number of research collections and databases with primary source material.
The company’s key customers are academic and research institutions,
libraries, and scholars. BRILL is a publicly traded company and is listed
on Euronext Amsterdam NV.
Please also see the webversion <http://www.ifla.org/node/9351>.
Policy and Projects Officer
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
P.O. Box 95312
2509 CH The Hague
Email: Julia.brungs at ifla.org
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