In celebration of International Open Access Week and this year’s theme of “Open for Collaboration,” SPARC and the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Library are co-hosting a global, virtual edit-a-thon for Open Access-related content on Wikipedia.Continue
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Open Access: a facilitator of knowledge generation
Open Access creates space for those who want to share knowledge to publish and provides access to the shared knowledge by those who need to use knowledge.
Open Access Week provides an opportunity for librarians to know what they stand for and do. It is also an opportunity to create awareness for faculty to publish research articles in Open Access Resources and for students and faculty to access the Open Access Resources.
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At the University of Alberta Libraries, we’ve begun what we hope will become a tradition. For the past two years, we’ve included students in the University’s Department of Art & Design in our Open Access (OA) Week efforts. Students have created two important parts of OA…Continue
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The highlight of the year for OA advocates is surely International Open Access Week; a central focal point when the worldwide community unites to celebrate achievements, to plan for the future and to extol the virtues of open access to new audiences. As a researcher heavily invested in open dissemination of research work, I always find it an important and interesting time.…Continue
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. Our society has reached a turning point where we must make decisions about values, direction and budgets. We no longer have the luxury of buying all the solutions-and thus never having to answer hard questions. The hard questions are about values- what do we believe in? What kind of future do we want for our children? How do we get there?
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We’ve updated and simplified the Open Access Week website, which we hope will make it more useful and easier to navigate. The homepage is the focal point of the revisions, and the new Featured Posts section will highlight curated content and resources to help plan and promote your Open Access Week activities.
Applications to attend OpenCon 2015 on November 14-16 in Brussels, Belgium are now open! The application is available on the OpenCon website at opencon2015.org/attend and includes the opportunity to apply for a travel scholarship to cover the cost of travel and accommodations. Applications will close on June 22nd at 11:59pm PDT.
OpenCon seeks to bring together the most capable, motivated students and early career…Continue
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Some years ago the Australian Commonwealth Government ceased funding the University of Sydney led Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Rice Production. As the CRC was being closed the research reports (published and distributed in print) were to be tossed or pulped. On the initiative of one of the librarians at the University of Sydney all the research reports were scanned and loaded for open access on the…Continue
Added by Ross Coleman on May 18, 2015 at 8:00pm — No Comments
SPARC (The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) today announced that the theme for this year’s 8th International Open Access Week will be “Open for Collaboration.”
The theme highlights the ways in which collaboration both inspires and advances the Open Access movement—from the partnerships behind launching initiatives such as PLOS and ImpactStory, to the working relationships the community has established with policymakers that have delivered Open Access…Continue
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SPARC would like to thank the following members of the 2015 International Open Access Week Advisory Committee:
Australian Open Access Support Group
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There is one important aspect of the cloud that is often overlooked, and in my opinion, will allow open access and open data for agriculture to thrive in achieving the fullest access and availability possible.
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I would like to share a little bit about Paperity and what the website has been up to since its launch. Paperity is a multidisciplinary aggregator of Open Access Journals and Papers which was launched in October 2014 and since then it has aggregated more than 2,200 journals and 400,000 multidisciplinary articles. What makes it unique is that it is both an aggregator and multidisciplinary. Through its full-text feature it eases the research process researchers and early career…Continue
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Socrates Journal invites Authors/Researchers and institutions to submit their research papers, manuscripts and proceedings for consideration of publication in the up-coming Issues of the Journal. SOCRATES is an international, multi-lingual, multi-disciplinary,refereed…Continue
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click here to see the best of open access Tanzania 2014
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Register here: http://recodeproject.eu/events/upcoming-events/ ;
Location: National Documentation Centre (48, Vassileos Konstantinou Ave.) Athens, Greece.
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