Open Access Week is a global, annual event that promotes open access in scientific publishing and research.
Gothenburg University Library highlights this week and invites you to lectures and seminars about open access.
For more information about events, please visit our site Open Access Week 2011
Information about open access at University of…Continue
Added by Stefanie Stehling on October 10, 2011 at 9:09am — No Comments
Our thanks to SPARC for keeping the Open Access Week website flourishing!
African Journals OnLine (AJOL) is doing our bit to raise awareness of both Open Access as a valid publishing model in developing countries, and to inform our users about Open Access Week. To achieve the latter, we have replaced our usual featured country photos at the top of each page on our site (at www.ajol.info) with a banner linked to…Continue
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Electronic Publishing Trust for Development is launching an award for OA activists in developing countries. Full details at
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[Reposted from the Higher EDucation Development Association (HEDDA) blog.]
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1. First, congratulations to Princeton University (my graduate alma mater!) for adopting an open access mandate: a copyright-reservation policy, adopted by unanimous faculty vote.
2. Princeton is following in the footsteps of Harvard in adopting the copyright-reservation policy pioneered by Stuart Shieber and Peter…Continue
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This event is part of the training activity of the European project NECOBELAC
fostering OA publishing in public health through a network of collaborating institutions in Europe and Latin America