We want to share the latest news and debates about open access, scholarly publishing and similar topics. These articles caught our attention this week.
In addition to this our Managing Editor for books, Christina Lenz visited the #COASP-Conference (organized by OASPA) last week. Christina will summarize our thoughts and experiences soon. Tip! Check out #COASP at Twitter and follow OASPA.
Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below.
- SPARC – Theme of 2015 International Open Access Week to be “Open For Collaboration”
- The Scholarly Kitchen – What Is Publishing If Even A Library Can Do It?
- The Scholarly Kitchen – Peer Review Week – A Celebration
- BioMed Central Blog – Who Owns Peer Review?
- Erin C. McKiernan – Success Comes From Sharing – Lets Show It!
- Research Information – Perceptions Of Open Access Publishing “Changing For The Better”
- SPARC – Open Access in Latin America: A Paragon For The Rest Of The World
- BioMed Central Blog – New Report Reveals Growing Confidence In Open Access Quality
- Times Higher Education – Concerns Dwindle Over Quality Of Open Access Journals
- Science Europe – The Need For Diamond Engagement Around Open Access To High Quality Research Output
- Brill – DOAB Awarded The IFLA/Brill Open Access Award 2015
- Open Knowledge Blog – Global Open Data Index 2015 Is Open For Submissions
- Universitetet I Tromso – Welcome To The 10th Munin Conference On Scholarly Publishing
- University of California press blog – Data Mining For The Social Sciences
- COPE – Who Owns Peer Review?
- LIBER – LIBER Responds To PLS Survey On Text And Data Mining