About Open Access Negotations With Publishers, Issues in Peer Review and much more

These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. IFLA Reform Copyright, Drive Development: IFLA Speaks for Libraries in Geneva LIBER Europe The Story Behind LIBER’s Five Principles for Open Access Negotiations With Publishers  OpenAIRE BLOG Open Science Workshop Vienna 2017 FP7 Post-Grant Open Access Pilot: results of … More About Open Access Negotations With Publishers, Issues in Peer Review and much more

About the EU Copyright Reform, COASP 2017 and much more

These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. LIBER Europe Copyright Reform: Help Us Ensure an Effective TDM Exception! LIBER Signs Open Letter Calling for a Revised Text and Data Mining (TDM) Exception SPARC Open Affordable College Textbook Act Reintroduced in Congress SPARC Europe Update: Coalition copyright … More About the EU Copyright Reform, COASP 2017 and much more

It is Peer Review Week 2017 and these articles about Peer Review caught our attention this week

Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. From Stockholm University Press Why Transparency is Important to Recognition for Review From COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) COPE Webinar: Current issues in Peer Review An analysis of Peer Review Cases Brought to COPE from 1997 -2016 From The London School of Economics and Political Science … More It is Peer Review Week 2017 and these articles about Peer Review caught our attention this week

Why Transparency is Important to Recognition for Review #PeerRevWk17

Stockholm University Press is proud to take part in Peer Review Week 2017. We would like to draw attention in this blog post to how transparency in the peer review process of books is also related to recognition for review. More precisely we wish to discuss what is transparent and for whom. By Christina Lenz, … More Why Transparency is Important to Recognition for Review #PeerRevWk17

Libraries Powering Sustainable Knowledge in the Digital Age

Blogpost by Sofie Wennström and Jonas Holm, Stockholm University Library The 46th Annual LIBER Conference in Patras, Greece. July 5–7, 2017 The LIBER conference is an annual event where Library Managers and Librarians meet to discuss new discoveries and share experiences. The conference included a number of workshops on important topics in the research library … More Libraries Powering Sustainable Knowledge in the Digital Age

First textbook published by Stockholm University Press: Performativitet. Teoretiska tillämpningar i konstvetenskap. Edited by Malin Hedlin Hayden and Mårten Snickare

Stokholm University Press is proud of publishing its first textbook, addressed to students of Art History. Performativitet. Teoretiska tillämpningar i konstvetenskap (In English: Performativity. Theoretical Applications in Art History). The book is written in Swedish. What does performativity signify? And what does it mean to speak of something as being performative? Aiming to clarify and … More First textbook published by Stockholm University Press: Performativitet. Teoretiska tillämpningar i konstvetenskap. Edited by Malin Hedlin Hayden and Mårten Snickare

Open Science: Providing Skills and Inspiring Change

Blog post by Gustav Nilsonne, Stockholm University. Lack of knowledge is an oft-cited impediment to open science. In this context, knowledge may be important both as a motivator for change, and as a means to achieve change. To break down this impediment, we have started a postgraduate course in Open Science, Reproducible Research, and Research … More Open Science: Providing Skills and Inspiring Change

Insights from LEARN: Swedish Stakeholders Need to Clarify Expectations on Researchers to Share and Publish Data

Blogpost by Sabina Anderberg, Stockholm University and Sverker Holmgren, Uppsala University Representatives of Stockholm University, Uppsala University (also representing NordForsk) and Swedish Research Council took part in the one day conference 6th LEARN end-of-Project Conference – Managing the Data Deluge: Roles and Responsibilities for Your Institution in London 5th of May 2017. The conference provided a lot … More Insights from LEARN: Swedish Stakeholders Need to Clarify Expectations on Researchers to Share and Publish Data

Developing research data services at libraries

Blogpost by Monica Lassi. This post is part of our series of posts reporting from the RDA 9th Plenary (P9), 3-7 April 2017 in Barcelona. The Research Data Alliance Libraries for Research Data Interest Group Website for this interest group (IG). Detailed notes are available at Google Docs. An interesting bit of information about this … More Developing research data services at libraries