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“Supporting Citizen Science is a natural progression to the work we are all doing to support Open Access and the principles of Open Science”. Kirsty Wallis reflects on the role of citizen science within the Open Science movement and the work of the Office for Open Science and Scholarship at UCL.

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More details on the programme for our November conference and bookings are open for our Introduction to Resource Discovery seminar!

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In a memorandum to federal departments and agencies, Dr. Alondra Nelson, the head of OSTP, delivered guidance for agencies to update their public access policies as soon as possible to make publications and research funded by taxpayers publicly accessible, without an embargo or cost. All agencies will fully implement updated policies, including ending the optional 12-month embargo, no later than December 31, 2025.
T&F has announced the beginning of a 6-month pilot of Proofig image integrity software, as part of an ongoing programme to prevent image duplication and manipulation in academic journal articles.
Findings are from a new global study "OA in physics: researcher perspectives" commissioned by leading learned society physics publishers.
Yewno and SirsiDynix have partnered together to provide a solution for disambiguation and next generation discovery. Together, they are offering their enhanced search technology, Yewno Disambiguate and Yewno Relate, via the SirsiDynix CloudSource OA platform.
Brill reports strong digitally driven growth in HY 2022, full year growth expected to be lower due to economic situation and weaker sales pipeline


The integration of OUP’s books collection with a range of accessible reading devices and applications will further support 33,000 learners with a print disability in accessing academic and educational materials
East View has announced that it has licensed the complete microfilm holdings of the International Population Census Collection (IPC) from Gale/Cengage.
East View Information Services and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) have launched Post-Perestroika Newspapers, the fourth in-copyright collection of titles digitized under the Global Press Archive (GPA) CRL Alliance and the first collection from Phase 2 of the programme.