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Nature News Blog: Key questions in the UK’s shift to open-access research : Nature News Blog

Nature News Blog: Key questions in the UK’s shift to open-access research : Nature News Blog | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Soon, we’ll all be reading UK public-funded research free of charge.
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Creative Commons Licenses and Attribution: How To Embed Them ...

Creative Commons Licenses and Attribution: How To Embed Them ... | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Robin Good: JISC provides a very well documented guide to the use of Creative Commons licences (also referred to as CC licences) which can greatly facilitate the copying, reuse, distribution, and in some cases, the ...
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UK PubMed Central Blog: April deluge | Open Access News from the RSP team

UK PubMed Central Blog: April deluge | Open Access News from the RSP team | Open Access India | Scoop.it
"Last month, the wettest April in the UK since records began, there was also a deluge of articles in the popular press about open access.
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UK Government to lead the world to open access?

UK Government to lead the world to open access? | Open Access India | Scoop.it
The open access buzz around the internet last week was all due to the announcement by senior faculty at Harvard that journal subscription prices were rising at (RT @Stephen_Curry: UK govt recognises the #openaccess is an international challenge but...
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Wikipedia founder to help in government's research scheme

Wikipedia founder to help in government's research scheme | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Academic spring campaign aims to make all taxpayer-funded academic research available for free online (Something tells me they'll find ways to realize a good idea (open access to research) really badly.)...
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TravelinEdMan: Open-access articles in the "Digital Campus ...

TravelinEdMan: Open-access articles in the "Digital Campus ... | Open Access India | Scoop.it
More open access articles will be published about open access. And finance people (I used to be one) and marketing people will begin to take center stage. Is it, "exit stage right" for academics and researchers...?
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The Access principle revisited: open access and the Knowledge Commons | @ccess

The Access principle revisited: open access and the Knowledge Commons | @ccess | Open Access India | Scoop.it
New on @ccess website: the access principle revisited#openaccess and the Knowledge Commons http://t.co/PanV4hVB in answer to #Harnad...
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China announces open access to Haiyang-2 sat data

China announces open access to Haiyang-2 sat data | Open Access India | Scoop.it
China announces open access to Haiyang-2 sat data (RT @geoworldmedia: SOA #China announced open access to data products of the oceanic #surveying satellite #Haiyang-2...)...
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Information that we want to be free

Information that we want to be free | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Letters: The present publisher-led system ensures that while fee contracts with universities make a range of journals available online to their members, universities cannot in any circumstances extend this service to individual researchers ("Information...
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Open Access vs. Local Politics | Alan Dove, Ph.D.

RT @phylogenomics: Open Access vs. Local Politics | Alan Dove, Ph.D.
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The Research Works Act: a damaging threat to science : The Lancet

The Research Works Act: a damaging threat to science.
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MIT and Harvard launch a ‘revolution in education’ - MIT News Office

MIT and Harvard launch a ‘revolution in education’ - MIT News Office | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Online edX courses will open both universities’ classrooms to the world while enhancing on-campus learning.
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Libertas Academica: Pubmed and Open Access Visibility in Clinical ...

Libertas Academica: Pubmed and Open Access Visibility in Clinical ... | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Articles published in open access journals like Clinical Medicine Insights: Circulatory, Respiratory and Pulmonary Medicine have been shown to receive more citations than articles published in restricted access journals.
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AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Open Access Book: Surviving Sudden Environmental Change

AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Open Access Book: Surviving Sudden Environmental Change | Open Access India | Scoop.it
AWOL News Open Access Book: Surviving Sudden Environmental Change http://t.co/C5VrJbbm...
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UK Open Access Implementation Group

RT @PLoS: The UK public sector already saves £28.6 million by using OA http://t.co/NwLUjqWr...
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Open Access India: Movement for Making Public Funded Research Open | Australian Science

Open Access India: Movement for Making Public Funded Research Open | Australian Science | Open Access India | Scoop.it
http://t.co/Wg6km1Og Open Access India: Movement for Making Public Funded Research ...
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Unilever Centre for Molecular Informatics, Cambridge - Towards a manifesto on Open Mining of scholarship « petermr's blog

wish I could make a comment that would get understood the way it was meant to...
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Reasons for Openly Sharing Knowledge Ideas - LGAM Knowledge Base

New page: Reasons for Openly Sharing Knowledge Ideas http://t.co/0elYQWQx...
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Links from Today's Creative Commons in Schools Meetup - Creative Commons Wellington (Wellington) - Meetup

Links from Today's Creative Commons in Schools Meetup - Creative Commons Wellington (Wellington) - Meetup | Open Access India | Scoop.it
We get together to work on Creative Commons issues and opportunities.
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Oxford University, Vatican libraries to digitise works | Reuters

Oxford University, Vatican libraries to digitise works | Reuters | Open Access India | Scoop.it
LONDON (Reuters) - The Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (BAV) said on Thursday they intended to digitise 1.5 million pages of ancient texts and make (RT @ReutersIndia: Oxford University, Vatican...
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Free & Open Software and Knowledge Initiatives in Agricultural Research for Development

Free & Open Software and Knowledge Initiatives in Agricultural Research for Development is a Sensitization and Capacity Building Workshop...
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Why we should publish our data under Creative Commons Zero (CC0) – Canadensys

Why we should publish our data under Creative Commons Zero (CC0) – Canadensys | Open Access India | Scoop.it
RT @h_okumura: 大賛成。科学データはCC0(パブリックドメイン)に! RT @keitabando: …“Why we should publish our data under Creative Commons Zero … Canadensys” http://t.co/QgOWlq9e...
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‘Open Science’ Challenges Journal Tradition With Web Collaboration

‘Open Science’ Challenges Journal Tradition With Web Collaboration | Open Access India | Scoop.it
Many scientists want to open up an age-old system of submitting private research to commercial journals that they say is hidebound, expensive and elitist.
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