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This two-part online event aims to bring together expertise from across the field of Open Access research support, to present examples of current practice from throughout the research lifecycle, and to explore the possible future direction of Open Access, especially its potential impacts for Librarians, Publishers and Intermediaries.
The latest in our popular series of free webinars - this one brought to you by UKSG and Wiley.
These new agreements will reinforce the publishers’ presence in the region with a focus on market growth.
SPARC Europe’s new strategy continues to strive to make Open research and education the default for the Higher Education community, research, education, industry, and society as a whole.
The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) has announced the publication of its Recommended Practice, RP-31-2021, Reproducibility Badging and Definitions.
The collaboration will drive open access research through a simplified and improved experience for authors, institutions, consortia, and funders.
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC) announces new functionality in RightsLink® for Scientific Communications (RLSC), its scholarly communications workflow solution. RLSC now can inform authors of available OA publication funding throughout the manuscript lifecycle, starting with submission.
SPIE, Brill, Berghahn Books and Elsevier announce new deals.