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cOAlition S publishes its guidance on implementing price transparency when Open Access (OA) publication fees are applied
A landscape and situation analysis of trends in the research and scholarly communication landscape in low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs)
Those working in OA and OS services and infrastructure in Europe are being encouraged to take part in a survey which is being conducted for Invest in Open Infrastructure.
Jisc has commissioned the next phase of the work that is now being referred to as ‘Plan M’.
The Digital Preservation Coalition has welcomed National and State Libraries Australia as they become the Coalition’s newest full member.
Scholastica is inviting participation in a new survey it is running on ‘The state of journal production and access’.
NISO has announced the launch of its work to formalise and develop the Contributor Role Taxonomy (CRediT) as an ANSI/NISO standard.
OASPA has announced a new initiative for scholarly publishers to work together to ensure rapid review of COVID-19 content.
A new white paper analyses data from Springer Nature authors and interviews with institutions to better understand the fragmented and varied funding currently available for APCs.
The results of the survey of the Jisc digital archival collections group purchasing scheme have been collated into a report which is now available.