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Principles for Attribution
A call for support and contributions for use cases
Caroline Sutton
Co-Founder Co-action Publishing
Past President, OASPA
COASP 2014, Paris
www.oaspa.org
Background
OASPA Recommends Use of Creative
Commons Licenses
Preferably:
 Attribution 4.0
(CCBY)
Also accept:

AttributionNoncommercial 4.0
(CCBY-NC)
Growth of Fully OA Journals Using a CC-BY License
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http://oaspa.org/growth-of-fully-oa-journals-using-a-cc-by-license/
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Section 3 – License Conditions.
Your exercise of the Licensed Rights is expressly made subject to the following
conditions.
Attribution.
If You Share the Licensed Material (including in modified form), You must:
retain the following if it is supplied by the Licensor with the Licensed
Material:
identification of the creator(s) of the Licensed Material and any others
designated to receive attribution, in any reasonable manner requested
by the Licensor (including by pseudonym if designated);
a copyright notice;
a notice that refers to this Public License;
a notice that refers to the disclaimer of warranties;
a URI or hyperlink to the Licensed Material to the extent reasonably
practicable;
indicate if You modified the Licensed Material and retain an indication of any
previous modifications; and
indicate the Licensed Material is licensed under this Public License, and
include the text of, or the URI or hyperlink to, this Public License.
You may satisfy the conditions in Section 3(a)(1) in any reasonable
manner based on the medium, means, and context in which You Share
the Licensed Material. For example, it may be reasonable to satisfy the
conditions by providing a URI or hyperlink to a resource that includes the
required information.
If requested by the Licensor, You must remove any of the information
required by Section 3(a)(1)(A) to the extent reasonably practicable.
If You Share Adapted Material You produce, the Adapter's License You
apply must not prevent recipients of the Adapted Material from complying
with this Public License.
Attribution is a legal requirement
The license informs users of what they must do.
The question of how to do this is left open.
The OASPA Principles for Attribution
Principles for Attribution
1.
1.
Researchers choosing Open Access and using
liberal licenses do so because they wish to
maximise access to and re-use of their work.
Authors choose Creative Commons licenses in part
to ensure attribution and the assignment of credit.
Principles continued
3.
3.
The community expects that where modifications
have been made to an article that this will be
made explicit and every practicable effort will be
made to make the nature and scope of
modifications explicity.
The community assumes, consistent with the terms
of the Creative Commons licenses, that unless
noted otherwise authors have not endorsed any
republication or modification of their original work
Please join us in signing
Contact:
[email protected]
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Help us develop the use cases
A Use Case
Reproduction of a whole article , book, or book
chapter
Key Principles:
• The address of the original work to be provided in full, as a hyperlink.
• Should be given as DOI where available
• Esp. important in case of reprinted or aggregated content that is sold while
original is free.
‟no endorsement clause”:
Any endorsement clause should be clear and separate to any copyright
statement.
Table of Contents:
Clearly show the original source of the article and the license it is available
under.
Citation at site of reprinted work:
Show clearly the original source of the article and the license it is available
under.
Indexing and metadata:
Include the statement ‟reprinted in full from CITATION; available under a
LICENSE license from ADDRESS”
AT ARTICLE HEAD
More than just access: Delivering on a Network Enabled Literature
Cameron Neylon, Public Library of Science
Reprinted in full from PLOS BIOLOGY 10(10): e1001417 under the terms
of a CC BY license.
Original version available under a CC BY license at
http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1001417
BOOK CHAPTER
At table of contents, citations
Speller JRW (2011), Science and Literature, reprinted in full from Bourdieu
and Literature, Open Book Publishers, Cambridge. Free to read version
available under a CC BY license from
http://dx.doi.org/10.11647/OBP.0027.05
At Chapter Head
Science and Literature
John R W Speller
Reprinted in full from Speller (2011), Bourdieu and Literature, Open Book
Publishers, Cambridge under the terms of a CC BY license. Original
version available under a CC BY license at
http://dx.doi.org/1011647/OBP.002705
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