Open Access Week is getting celebrated all over the world from 25 October to 29 October 2016 Open Access is the free, immediate, online availability of research articles, coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment. Over the past decade, Open Access has become central to advancing the interests of researchers, scholars, students, businesses, and the public as well as librarians.
This Year AISSMS College of Engineering Library is planning open access…Continue
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Two years after the launch of the first open access repository in Malta, some thoughts and observations on the evolution of this project can be made. Unfortunately, disseminating information and speaking at local conferences was not enough to persuade academics to upload material. In consequence, the University started working on an OA policy to mandate submissions onto the repository.**
In September 2014, the University of Malta (UM) launched its…Continue
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We will have a panel discussion about Open Access Publishing on Thursday, October 27 at noon in L950.
In addition,Gerald Beasley, the University Librarian from the University of Alberta, will present our annual Open Access Week talk, Open Access in Action, on October 27 at 3 pm in the Library. Please join us if you are interested. The event will be streamed live. Information about how to access the stream will be provided in this blog in advance.
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मुक्त अभिगम Mukth Abhigam - Hindi translation for Open Access.
India celebrates हिंदी दिवस (Hindi Diwas/Hindi Day) every year on 14th September and also celebrates Hindi Chetna Maas (हिन्दी चेतना मास) for a month during September - October.
To commemorate Hindi Diwas and Hindi Chetna Maas and also Open Access Week, it is proposed that we shall popularise the use of मुक्त अभिगम (Mukth Abhigam) for Open Access in Hindi. It is to be noted that that Acceso Abierto is the Spanish…Continue
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The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) ( https://doaj.org/) launched in 2003 at Lund University, Sweden is a centrally, publicly and internationally available community-curated database containing information on high quality open access journal titles across all disciplines, maintained by a team of professionals. It aims to become…Continue
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In Latin America and the Caribbean, research is mainly publicly funded. However, access to the results of that research is hampered by limitations in traditional scholarly communication systems.
CLACSO-Latin American Council of Social Sciences, a non-governmental network of 542 research institutions and 650 postgraduate programs in 41 countries, partners with universities and governments of Latin America and the…Continue
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In conjunction with this year’s Open Access Week Advisory Committee, SPARC today announces the theme for this year’s 9th International Open Access Week, to be held October 24-30, will be “Open in Action.”…Continue
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International Conference on Open Access ICOA 2016
« Open Access to scientific publications: Between use and preservation of the digital memory»
Tunisia, from 1st to 3 December 2016
You are kindly invited to the 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON OPEN ACCESS (ICOA) 2016 which is co-organized by the Higher Institute of Documentation (ISD) and The National University Center for Scientific and Technical…
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EA European Academy of Technology and Innovation Assessment and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz are partnering up in organizing a two-day conference titled "Innovating the Gutenberg Galaxy…Continue
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Discussion on Nature: here
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In the Open Access week, Dr. Girish Sahni (Director General CSIR, India), Chief Guest in the Sixteenth Foundation day celebrations of CSIR-URDIP on 24th October 2015, had launched Listing of Open Access DataBases (LOADB) – the listing of open access databases, a portal developed by CSIR URDIP showcasing the databases in multiple areas of science and technology that are available freely for public use. In his address, he lauded the work done by…Continue
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It’s been 20 years since Wayt Gibbs introduced the phrase “lost science” to the world. Writing in…Continue
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Academics at South Africa’s universities increased their research output by 250% between 2000 and 2013. Taxpayers funded a great deal of that…Continue
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Together with Prof. Jean-Claude Guédon and Ass. Prof. Thomas Wiben Jensen I have just published an article (http://dx.doi.org/10.7557/11.3619) in the new journal "Nordic Perspectives on Open Science" (http://nopos.eu).
In the article the two scholars go beyond the concept of open access and challenge the rather anachronistically way research results are being distributed among…Continue
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Published in June 2013 and written by the University of Regina historian James Daschuk, Clearing the Plains: Disease, Politics of Starvation, and the Loss of Aboriginal Life is a study of population health of the Indigenous people who lived (and continue to live) in Canada’s Plains region. More importantly, the book is an indictment of the actions of the government of…Continue
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For Open Access Week 2015, Ursula C. Schwerin Library (New York City College of Technology, CUNY) is highlighting our college's own open access journal, NANO: New American Notes Online. Why did NANO's editor and founder, Sean Scanlan, opt to make his journal open access?
Who are we? City Tech is…Continue
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Open Access Week was for the second year running marked with a well attended Workshop organised for lecturers of Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Nigeria yesterday, October 22, 2015. There, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof 'Kunle Oloyede promised to grant an institutional support for Open Access.…Continue
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OA advocates like me have been waiting for this significant and riveting time of the year. The highlight of this year is definitely the International Open Access Week; a focal week, when the global community unites to celebrate the achievements of openness, organize different events around the world in collaboration with one another, plan for the future and eulogize…Continue
It is Open Access Week on October 19 - 25, 2015 and LSHTM is taking part with a number of activities across the School.
Kicking off events on Monday, John Murtagh, Manager of LSHTM Research Online will give a briefing on how researchers can make their work Open Access without having to pay for it via the Gold Open Access route. Over 90% of journals allow a final draft version of the paper to be self-archived in a research…Continue
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