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ScienceOpen: the next wave of Open Access? - EuroScientist Webzine

An innovating way of making peer-review more transparent and visible in a world in which Internet is occupying an important place.
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Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd edition)

Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd edition) | Scholarly Publishing | Scoop.it
In August 2012, I published the first edition of my Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers. I received many helpful comments and am now publishing a second edition of the work. I...
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Science Library Pad: Expected Open Access updates in Canada

The Tri-Agency (CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC) consultation closed December 13, 2013 and consultation results are available.
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Open access and the direction of travel in scholarly publishing

Recent moves by established journals to make research papers freely available signpost the direction of travel in academic publishing
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The Gates Foundation should insist on open access scientific - A8 Observer

Bill and molinda · The Gates Foundation has drawn a line in the sand: until next year, it will only be used to fund was released in full, free immediately after the
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PASTEUR4OA: Working Together to Promote Open Access Policy Alignment in Europe | Open Access Working Group

PASTEUR4OA: Working Together to Promote Open Access Policy Alignment in Europe | Open Access Working Group | Scholarly Publishing | Scoop.it
Sharing the results of publicly funded research
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Open Access confusion

Open-access terminology needs to be employed accurately, argues Cameron Neylon
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Quantifying the Costs of Open Access in the UK

Quantifying the Costs of Open Access in the UK | Scholarly Publishing | Scoop.it
A new report, commissioned by London Higher and SPARC Europe, tries to quantify the costs undertaken by UK higher education and public sector research institutions in complying with open access man...
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Is Nature's Move to "Free" Publishing a Step Toward Open Access? - WNPR News

The journal Nature announced last week it will offer free access to a number of its articles online.
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