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Cogent OA launches Freedom APCs, an experimental model designed to test affordability in the uptake of Open Access -

Cogent OA, an Open Access publisher backed by the Taylor & Francis Group, has announced the launch of Freedom APCs – an experimental new model designed to help match article publishing charges (APCs) to an author's ability to pay. Through Cogent OA's Freedom APC model,… Read More

CrossRef appoints Ginny Hendricks to focus on member and community outreach -

CrossRef, the global not-for profit digital hub for scholarly communications, has announced the addition of Ginny Hendricks to its management team in the newly-created role of Director of Member and Community Outreach, where she will be responsible for marketing, business development, member services, and product support.… Read More

Latest edition of Blogspeak now online -

The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Rebecca Lyons (The Academic Book of the Future: exploring academic practices and expectations for the monograph); Isabel Kim (Digital age transforms the landscape of academia); Alice Meadows (Tell Us What You Want, What You Really Really Want - First Results… Read More

RCUK publishes first independent review of its open access policy -

Research Councils UK (RCUK) has published the first independent review of the implementation of the RCUK Policy on Open Access. Chaired by Professor Sir Bob Burgess, former University of Leicester Vice-Chancellor, the review received an excellent response from the research community, with over 85 submissions of… Read More

Nature Index 2015: Asia-Pacific region maintains reputation for high-quality scientific research -

The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region has maintained its world-leading reputation for high-quality scientific research, according to the Nature Index APAC supplement 2015, published as a supplement of Nature. APAC nations contributed more than 25 percent of articles included in the Nature Index database in 2014. China… Read More

Wolters Kluwer launches UpToDate Anywhere in South Africa -

Healthcare information provider Wolters Kluwer has announced the launch of UpToDate® Anywhere in South Africa. UpToDate Anywhere enables South African hospitals and healthcare organisations to provide clinicians with mobile access to UpToDate, the acclaimed evidence-based clinical decision support resource. Clinician usage of UpToDate nationwide is expected… Read More

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