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[InetBib] Onlineumfrage zu Open Access Publishing

Liebe inetbib-Leser/innen,

im Rahmen des EU-Projekts "Study of Open Access Publishing" (SOAP), an 
dem sich die Max Planck Digital Library beteiligt, wurde eine 
Online-Umfrage über Open Access Publizieren gestartet.

Es wäre nett, wenn Sie die unten stehende Nachricht an die Personen, die 
an Ihrer Einrichtung wissenschaftlich publizieren, weiterleiten könnten.

Vielen Dank für Ihre Bemühungen.

Anja Lengenfelder, Max Planck Digital Library
im Auftrag des SOAP Projektteams


Your views on open access publishing are needed!

The SOAP Project (*), funded by the European Commission, would like to 
announce the release of an online survey to assess researchers' 
experiences with open access publishing. This survey aims to inform the 
most comprehensive analysis of attitudes to open access publishing to 
date and is seeking views from a wide a range of interested parties. It 
is primarily aimed at active researchers in public and private 
organizations, from all research fields in science and the humanities 
and focuses on publication of research articles in (open access) 
peer-reviewed journals.

If you would like to contribute to shaping the public discourse on open 
access, please visit http://surveymonkey.com/soap_survey_d.
It should take 10-15 minutes to complete. We would appreciate if you 
would share this link with your colleagues and collaborators so that the 
views of your discipline are properly represented.

The survey outcome will be made public and the resulting insights as 
well as recommendations will be openly shared with the European 
Commission, publishers, research funding agencies, libraries and 

Thanks in advance, the SOAP Project Team info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

(*) Note: The SOAP consortium is coordinated by CERN, the European 
Organization for Nuclear Research. It represents key stakeholders in 
open access, such as publishers BioMed Central, SAGE and Springer; 
funding agencies (the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council) and 
libraries (the Max Planck Digital Library of the Max Planck Society). 
The project runs for two years, from March 2009 to February 2011. 



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