On November 15, at 1:00pm Eastern, SPARC will host another online discussion through the openaccessweek.org network, to gather participants and talk through this year’s milestones, experiences, and goals for 2012. Please save the date and watch for more post-OA week news from SPARC, the official organizer, later this week.
SAVE THE DATE
Open Access Week 2011 wrap up
Another free SPARC online event
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
1:00 – 2:00PM…
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PART FIVE: Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe This is the fifth of a five-part series that looks at Open Access repository development in twelve African countries in celebration of Open Access Week Oct. 24-30, 2011. The first part (Botswana, Ethiopia and Ghana) may be found here:…
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The Right to Research Coalition has announced a new student guide to…Continue
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In the beginning . . . there was . . . an Idea . . . JIDC
There is an old saying that “Success has a thousand mothers and failure has none”. JIDC, I am proud to say, has thousands of mothers, fathers, sons and daughters. Truly, thousands. The success is of JIDC is the…Continue
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As we celebrate international open access week, the West Virginia University (WVU) Libraries remain at the forefront of global outreach in supporting research through the early adoption of digital library programs as well as sharing their knowledge and experience by providing assistance to schools interested in implementing electronic thesis and dissertation (ETD) programs and…Continue
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Access to information is a basic human right.
Free exchange of scientific information forms the basis for economic, cultural, social and scientific development. Unfortunately the free exchange of information is severely compromised by the restricted access model of scientific publishers and the dependency of scientists on the publication of results in high impact restricted access journals.
This year the week of 24-30th of October is…Continue
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PART FOUR: Sudan, South Africa This is the fourth of a five-part series that looks at Open Access repository development in twelve African countries in celebration of Open Access Week Oct. 24-30, 2011. The first part (Botswana, Ethiopia and Ghana) may be found here:…
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The Dutch Malaria Foundation was founded in 2010. We are committed to a world without malaria. We want to achieve this by combining integrated, responsible pest control with…Continue
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Aaron Swartz, Greg Maxwell, et al have been vocal in their support of guerilla open access. While I am all for open access (or else why would I be here, right?), I have my share of doubts regarding the issue of embracing illegal methods to further the cause of open access.
In my third post in the series of posts, celebrating this year's open access week, I take a look into the issue of guerilla open access and why I do not think this is the panacea we are looking for.
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Check "Open Access in 3 minutes" !
A self-running PowerPoint presentation.
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Not everything is peachy in the world of Open Access publication, and in this next post, I tackle the issue of predatory open access. I have kept it short intentionally mainly because the issue is not something I want too many people to get too suspicious about and hence send out a wrong impression about the whole deal of Open Access. But, at the same time, I want everyone to be aware of what they are getting themselves into and not get duped by posers who are setting the open access…Continue
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I'd like to offer special thanks to Donna Okubo from the Public Library of Science who has been monitoring this site continually for new members and new content, and releasing both from the moderation queue. We unfortunately still need to guard both from spam and spammers and it's a big job to keep an eye on all of the amazing activity on this site. Donna, THANK YOU for keeping the OA Week site alive…Continue
From Oct 26-28, during the DIYDays LA conference and Open Access Week, The Workbook Project along with UCLA, FreedomLab Future Studies and the Mozilla Foundation will host a think-tank meets hackathon called Wicked Solutions for a Wicked Problem…Continue
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PART THREE: Mozambique, Senegal This is the third of a five-part series that looks at Open Access repository development in twelve African countries in celebration of Open Access Week Oct. 24-30, 2011. The first part (Botswana, Ethiopia and Ghana) may be found here:…
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Cross-posted from our blog at http://www.righttoresearch.org/blog/OA_Flyer_Translations.shtml.…
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The MBLWHOI Library in Woods Hole, Massachusetts
supports our Open Access authors
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