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

The setback danger of offsetting

The blog of Stockholm University Press is open for guest posts to encourage an open conversation on current ongoing developments about Open Access (OA) in general and Library publishing in particular. The issue about offsetting deals is relevant to the Stockholm University Library, as we are currently piloting several such contracts ourselves within the BIBSAM … More The setback danger of offsetting

Stockholm University Press/Library hosts first conference workshop of the Association of European University Presses #AEUP17

This first AEUP conference workshop topic is Going digital in Europe – joining forces in scholarly publishing. It will be held at Stockholm University Library May 16-17. The workshop offer European publishers linked to a university the opportunity to meet, to get to know each other, to network, and to discuss important topics of high … More Stockholm University Press/Library hosts first conference workshop of the Association of European University Presses #AEUP17

New book from Stockholm University Press: Essays in Anarchism and Religion: Volume 1, by Alexandre Christoyannopoulos & Matthew S. Adams (eds.)

Reflecting both a rise of interest in anarchist ideas and activism on the one hand, and the revival of religious ideas and movements in the political sphere on the other, this book examines a range of examples of overlaps and contestations between the two from a diverse range of academic perspectives. The first volume of … More New book from Stockholm University Press: Essays in Anarchism and Religion: Volume 1, by Alexandre Christoyannopoulos & Matthew S. Adams (eds.)

Crowdfunding for coming open access book: Essays in Anarchism & Religion

Essays in Anarchism & Religion: Volume 1, edited by Alexandre Christoyannopoulos & Matthew S. Adams, is an edited volume of academic essays ready for production with Stockholm University Press in the series Stockholm Studies in Comparative Religion. The book is planned to be published in April 2017. To reach the aim of producing the editors … More Crowdfunding for coming open access book: Essays in Anarchism & Religion

New book from Stockholm University Press: Ars Edendi Lecture Series, vol. IV. Edited by Barbara Crostini, Gunilla Iversen and Brian M. Jensen

The Ars edendi Lectures have been organized by the research programme at Stockholm University funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond during the years 2008-2015, with a focus on editorial methods for dynamic textual traditions of medieval Greek and Latin texts. This fourth volume gathers contributions both on the fundamentals of editing, as in Glenn Most ‘What is … More New book from Stockholm University Press: Ars Edendi Lecture Series, vol. IV. Edited by Barbara Crostini, Gunilla Iversen and Brian M. Jensen

European university presses and the transition to open access

// Blogpost by Christina Lenz // The Association of European University Presses (AEUP) was founded in 2010. It is an organisation of University Presses across Europe, where 32 presses and organisations from 15 countries participate. AEUP aims to: • enhance the visibility of member presses • facilitate communication between them • link the channels of … More European university presses and the transition to open access