Today we present another milestone for our mission for a more open academic world as we are introducing the first 2018 content from Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research (SJDR) – a journal that has now completed their flip from closed to Open Access (OA). Not only will they publish all their future material with OA, … More Proudly Announcing some Flipped Journal Content – Accessibility First!
These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. Creative Commons Open In Order To…Fulfill Our Vision for Universal Access to Research and Education Open In Order To…Guarantee Access to the Laws That Govern Us ORCID ORCID 2017 Public Data File Now Available COPE Forum discussion Topic: Self-Citation–Where’s … More More of #OAWeek17, Self-Citation, Academics and Copyright, Flipping Journals, Dissertation to a Book
Text by Sofie Wennström, Analyst & Managing Editor, Stockholm University Library The Open Access movement seems to have entered a new phase in the past few years. The idea of sharing scholarly content online has become more of reality, and people are getting used to the idea that knowledge does not grow best inside a … More Flipping Subscription Journals to Open Access – For Whom and to What Cost?