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Bringing Scholarly Book Review into the Digital Age: The American ... - PLoS Blogs (blog)

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Bringing Scholarly Book Review into the Digital Age: The American ... - PLoS Blogs (blog)

Bringing Scholarly Book Review into the Digital Age: The American ... - PLoS Blogs (blog) | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
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Is UK humanities research reaching the widest possible audience?

Is UK humanities research reaching the widest possible audience? | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Research council's policies 'pose serious dangers for the international standing of UK research in the humanities', report finds (@GuardianEdu Open access publishing and UK research councils: http://t.co/6skf39Ni1f)...
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A Public Library of the Humanities? An Interview with Martin Paul Eve – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Public Library of the Humanities? An Interview with Martin Paul Eve – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
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I dropped the “NC” from my Creative Commons License | Omega ...

I dropped the “NC” from my Creative Commons License | Omega ... | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Advocate for open access academic publishing in religion and theology. Home ... I'm just not bright enough to presume to predict financial aspects of future publishing models in the humanities. Limiting my default scope to ...
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An update on our perspective on Open Access

An update on our perspective on Open Access | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Haidy Geismar, UCL In October last year (2013) I posted a draft of an editorial for the Journal of Material Culture which rehearsed some of the options we (the editorial board led by myself and Susanne Kuchler, with guidance from Danny Miller) have been working through regarding taking the journal towards Open Access. The take…
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Seeking New Paths to Open Access in the Humanities « H/SS & Gov ...

Seeking New Paths to Open Access in the Humanities « H/SS & Gov ... | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Earlier this week, I attended webinar, called “Open Access in the Humanities” led by Rupert Gatti. Dr. Gatti is a Fellow in Economics at Trinity College, Cambridge and Co-Founder and Director of Open Book Publishers.
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Postcolonial Digital Humanities | Open Access and the Digital ...

Postcolonial Digital Humanities | Open Access and the Digital ... | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
What does open access mean in relation to the Digital Humanities? There are many answers to this question: digital humanists support open access publishing; digital humanists want to share their data with one another; ...
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Open and Shut?: Robin Osborne on the state of Open Access ...

Open and Shut?: Robin Osborne on the state of Open Access ... | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
One of a series exploring the current state of Open Access (OA), the Q&A below is with Robin Osborne, Professor of Ancient History at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of the British Academy. Earlier this year ...
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Very interesting Q&A plus comment on Classicist Robin Osborne's opposition to the idea that research should be made available outside academia. 

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Another Push for Embargoes - Inside Higher Ed

Another Push for Embargoes - Inside Higher Ed | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Another Push for Embargoes Inside Higher Ed A common criticism was that the discipline's leaders should focus on getting university presses to be open-minded about publishing work that has been made available in some form online, not trying to get...
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Useful discussion of the benefit or not of embargoing history doctoral theses.

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Open Access Week 2013 | Caroline Edwards

Open Access Week 2013 | Caroline Edwards | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
In my capacity as Co-Director for the Open Library of Humanities publishing project I was asked to give several talks around Open Access Week 2013. These included the following: "Non-traditional research outputs" (invited ...
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Why I couldn't publish my book Open Access - Hybrid Publishing Lab

Why I couldn't publish my book Open Access - Hybrid Publishing Lab | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
I spent days google-ing the internet, asked all my publisher and publishing friends, spoke to Open Access experts like Open Humanity Press's Gary Hall and Janneke Adema from Open Reflections. Both hinted that this could ...
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Open access and 'Being Human'

Open access and 'Being Human' | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Dr Martin Paul Eve–co-founder of the Open Library of the Humanities and editor of the open access journal Alluvium—reflects on “open access”, engagement, and the politics of information management in a digital age.
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Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences | SAGE ...

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By David Ross, Executive Publisher of Open Access, SAGE. Last month SAGE Open, our flagship open access journal spanning humanities, social, and behavioural sciences, reached a major and significant milestone – we ...
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To argue against open access on the grounds that it damages the reach of research is to undersell research.

To argue against open access on the grounds that it damages the reach of research is to undersell research. | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
In this article, Ben Johnson posits that the frequently asked questions concerning open access implementation for particular disciplines arise from an incomplete conception of the nature of opennes...
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The Commercialisation of Borderless Knowledge and the Role of Professional Associations (March 26, 2014)

The Commercialisation of Borderless Knowledge and the Role of Professional Associations (March 26, 2014) | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
by John Holmwood, University of Nottingham, UK and President of the British Sociological Association. Open Access is changing the landscape of academic publishing with potentially serious consequences for professional associations like the ISA and its linked national associations. The changes
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A sociologist's view on Open Access

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Sociological Science: Disrupting academia with design thinking

Sociological Science: Disrupting academia with design thinking | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
The new, non-profit academic journal, "Sociological Science" promises to shorten the review time for academic papers as well as reduce the cost of publishing for academics.
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Arguments Over Open Access - Inside Higher Ed

Arguments Over Open Access - Inside Higher Ed | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Arguments Over Open Access Inside Higher Ed Participants during a session titled “Open Access and Publishing in History and the Social Sciences: Opportunities and Challenges” at the American Historical Association's annual meeting clashed over that...
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The best Open Access policies put researchers in charge, and ...

The best Open Access policies put researchers in charge, and ... | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
While many disciplines within the natural and biomedical sciences have well established outlets and professional conventions for high quality OA publishing, uptake in other disciplines, including some humanities and social sciences subjects, has...
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Open access and going digital in 2013 | The Shakespeare blog

Open access and going digital in 2013 | The Shakespeare blog | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
But now several portals are making it possible to search hundreds of collections in one go, and individual collections are allowing much more open access to their holdings. When Mr Shakespeare comes to town, song with ...
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Post discussing availability of digital images from museums & galleries

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Mark Edington on the Future of Academic Library Presses - Library Journal

Mark Edington on the Future of Academic Library Presses - Library Journal | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
Mark Edington on the Future of Academic Library Presses
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When Amherst College opens its first press early next year, the open access publication will publish its entire catalog in digital editions first.
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How long till we have Open Access books?

How long till we have Open Access books? | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
There's an extremely informative article on the LSE Impact Blog giving a useful overview of the still uncertain future of open access monographs. There are a variety of potential models which could...
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I'm not going to edit your £10000 pay-to-open-access-publish

I'm not going to edit your £10000 pay-to-open-access-publish | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
I believe that this stance by publishers to place the costs of publishing open access monographs onto humanities academics (in particular) is perfidious, and the only way we can counteract it is to stop engaging with presses ...
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Open Access, Open Minds: Who should be the academic gatekeepers?

Open Access, Open Minds: Who should be the academic gatekeepers? | Open Access in the Humanities & Social Sciences | Scoop.it
By Caroline Wintersgill This article was originally published in The Author (Journal of the Society of Authors). The debate on open access for academic research has reached boiling point – it is di...
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