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Oxford University Press and Bibliosan sign Read & Publish agreement -

Academic publisher Oxford University Press (OUP) and the Italian consortium of Biomedical Research Libraries (BIBLIOSAN) have announced a new Read & Publish agreement. As OUP’s first Read & Publish deal with an Italian consortium, the deal is significant in that it will provide online access for Bibliosan’s… Read More

The 2022 OASPA Online Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing issues call for contributions -

The OASPA annual conference brings the open access community together to discuss new developments and innovations in scholarly publishing, and unite in their shared goal to enable research around the world to be openly accessible. The 2022 online conference will encourage participants to think Beyond Open… Read More

WVU Libraries join MIT Press OA Publishing Initiative -

In March 2021, MIT Press announced the launch of its Direct-to-Open (D2O) framework. In this model, rather than purchasing licenses to eBook titles individually or through packages, libraries pay annual participation fees that support open access (OA) book publishing. Participating libraries gain access to… Read More

JMIR Publications is now live and connected to the OA Switchboard -

JMIR Publications is now live and connected to the OA Switchboard, a non-profit initiative of funding organizations, research institutions, and publishers dedicated to a smooth transition to open access (OA) publishing through simplified sharing of metadata between stakeholders via a central information exchange hub.… Read More

OCLC releases over 150 million WorldCat Entities as the foundation of a linked data infrastructure -

OCLC has completed a project, funded in part by a grant from the Mellon Foundation, to develop a shared entity management infrastructure that supports linked data initiatives in the library community. As a result of this effort, OCLC has released millions of authoritative WorldCat… Read More

KU University Senate approves resolution supporting OA -

KU’s University Senate unanimously approved a resolution adopting principles of open access at the university. The resolution outlines two key components. First, it encourages KU scholars to publish in open access journals and/or archive their articles in KU’s open-access digital repository, KU ScholarWorks. … Read More

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