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Golden OA creates a conflict of interest: in a situation where the number of scientists is larger than the number of available positions, both journals and scientists benefit from publishing as many articles as possible.
'Free science'/pirate site operator 'working on solving DNS issue'
While green and gold open access have been put forward as two worthy emperors, it is time to conclude that they are unclothed.
It’s clearly not open to all if scholars are required to pay to publish their results.
Books, like journals, reach far more people when they are published open access.
Inspiration from influential European academics on Open Access.
Michael Markie, Publisher at F1000, and Robert Kiley, Head of Open Research, Wellcome, highlight Wellcome Open Research’s achievements in its first year of publishing.
A collection of web-browser plug-ins is making the scholarly literature more discoverable.
The interests of the legacy publishers cannot co-exist with the ideals of the Open Access movement.
Trevor Mundel, President of Global Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is eager to see Gates Open Research match the performance of Wellcome Open Research.
The African Academy of Sciences, in partnership with F1000, is launching a publication platform, AAS Open Research.
Venture will launch next year and seeks to strengthen continent’s science by helping academics share work more quickly.
A clear citation advantage for open publishing with open available documents receiving twice as many citations.
Scholars are planning an alternative site on which to network and share work.
Leading Swedish research funder joins nonprofit coalition committing about £2.72 mio. to eLife for a 4-year period beginning in 2018.
In our institutions of higher education and our research labs, scholars first produce, then buy back, their own content. With the costs rising and access restricted, something's got to give.
A survey on open access books, revealed that of the 99 authors, 55.5% self-archived their chapters.
How does open access affect the usage of scholarly books? A white paper by Springer Nature.
Considerations of open access models that can work across disciplines. The case of ELife, PLoS, and BioOne.
Academic publisher Springer Nature says it has blocked access to articles within China to comply with demands from the Chinese government.