The LYRASIS Content & Scholarly Communication Initiatives team invites you to explore a series of three sessions to learn more about the open content and open research infrastructure programs supported by LYRASIS and how you can get involved. Check out the recordings and supplemental resources for each session below, and join our LYROpen listserv to stay in the loop with future activities.
Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 1-2pm Eastern
Session 1 Slides
Session 1 Handout
This session provides a tour of three consortial programs designed to lower the barrier of participation for all libraries to use open research infrastructure best practices and shared standards: the ORCID US Community (for the Open Researcher & Contributor Identifier), the LYRASIS DataCite US Community (for Digital Object Identifiers - DOIs), and the IRUS US Community (for Institutional Repository Usage Statistics).
Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at 11-12pm Eastern
Session 2 Recording
Session 2 Slides
This session explores the myriad models for supporting open publications, including the difference between green, gold and diamond OA, Subscribe to Open, Opening the Future, and transformative agreements, as well as an overview of the models currently supported through LYRASIS Open initiatives and ways to get involved.
Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 12-1pm Eastern
Session 3 Recording
Session 3 Slides
This session provides valuable tips for how to evaluate and advocate for financially supporting open content initiatives, as well as an overview of which initiatives are currently being offered through LYRASIS.
Feel free to use these additional resources for internal presentations about LYRASIS Open programs to administrators and committees:
LYRASIS Open Programs Slide Deck
Spring 2022 LYRASIS Open Programs Catalog
LYRASIS Open Access Programs Webpage
Content & Scholarly Communication Program Values (PDF)