We want to share the latest news and debate about open access, scholarly publishing and similar topics. These articles caught our attention this week.
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- LIBER “Im Confident of a mandatory text and data mining deal for researchers”
- The Conversation – Open Access Is A Development Issue – The Status Quo Needs To Be Challenged
- The Scholarly Kitchen – Revisiting: Is Access To The Research Paper The Same Thing As Access To The Research Results?
- The Conversation – What To Believe In The New World Of Open Access Publishing
- SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic resources Coalition) – Coalition Calls On White House To Open Up Taxpayer Funded Educational Materials
- OUP Blog (Oxford University Press Blog) – Tips From A Journal Editor: Being A Good Reviewer
- Ubiquity Press – FP7 Gets Its Open Access Pilot Policy Right
- Vilnius University – The Research Council of Lithuania is Planning To Adopt An Open Access Policy
- CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) – Offsetting The Costs Of Publishing In Open Access
- EBLIDA (The European bureau of Library, Information, Documentation and archive associations and institutions in Europe) – International Copyright Reform For Libraries And Archives Held Back By EU
- Times Higher Education – Elsevier Journal Editors May Be Asked To Resign In Open Access Row
- Cambridge University Press – Cambridge University Press Prevents Double-Dipping In New Open Access Subscription Policy
- Open AIRE – OpenAIRE Is Growing! Many More Data Providers Have Signed Up
- Jisc Scholarly Communications – Jisc Scholarly Communications Open Aire2020 National Open Access Desk
- Jisc Scholarly Communications – What Is JISC Doing In The Area of Open Access Monographs