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Going for Gold The costs and benefits of…

Going for Gold? The costs and benefits of Gold Open Access for UK research institutions: further economic modelling : « The purpose of this work is to provide information to UK universities and policy makers on the likely cost impacts of … Continuer la lecture

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Pricing principles used by Scholarly Open Access Publishers…

Pricing principles used by Scholarly Open Access Publishers : « The article processing charge (APC) is currently the primary method of funding professionally published Open Access peer reviewed journals. The pricing principles of 77 OA publishers publishing over 1000 journals using … Continuer la lecture

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Open access central funds in UK universities …

Open access central funds in UK universities : « This paper reports on the extent to which higher education institutions in the UK have set up central funds and similar institutionally co-ordinated approaches to the payment of open access article-processing charges. … Continuer la lecture

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Online survey on scientific information in the digital…

Online survey on scientific information in the digital age : « The public consultation ‘Online survey on scientific information in the digital age’ spurred great interest among different categories of stakeholders, with 1 140 responses received. The Commission received responses from … Continuer la lecture

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The Inevitability of Open Access Open access…

The Inevitability of Open Access : « Open access (OA) is an alternative business model for the publication of scholarly journals. It makes articles freely available to readers on the Internet and covers the costs associated with publication through means other … Continuer la lecture

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Costs risks and benefits in improving access to…

Costs, risks and benefits in improving access to journal articles : « This paper reports on a study – overseen by representatives of the publishing, library, and research funder communities in the UK – investigating the drivers, costs, and benefits of … Continuer la lecture

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DINI Certificate Document and Publication Services 2010…

DINI Certificate « Document and Publication Services » 2010 : « In summer 2010 the DINI working group for Electronic Publishing released the third edition of the DINI Certificate « Document and Publication Services » and by this adapted the well-established criteria catalogue for scholarly … Continuer la lecture

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Results of the SOAP Survey: EIFL Partner…

Results of the SOAP Survey: EIFL Partner Countries : « The SOAP (Study of Open Access Publishing) project has run a large-scale survey of the attitudes of researchers on, and the experiences with, open access publishing. In the SOAP Symposium on … Continuer la lecture

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Open Access monographic publishing in th…

Open Access monographic publishing in the humanities : « In recent years, it has become widely recognized that in the case of monographs, the traditional business model for books is losing its sustainability. Academic publishers have been forced to become more … Continuer la lecture

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Support for gold open access publishing …

Support for gold open access publishing strategies at QUT : « INTRODUCTION : Since the introduction of its QUT ePrints institutional repository of published research outputs, together with the world’s first mandate for author contributions to an institutional repository, Queensland University … Continuer la lecture

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