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WVU Libraries in deal with PLOS to support researchers publishing Open Access -

The West Virginia University Libraries recently began a partnership with the Public Library of Science (PLOS) to provide researchers with the opportunity to publish, free of processing charges, in any of their Open Access titles over the next three years. PLOS is a… Read More

Annual Reviews acquires The Charleston Advisor -

Annual Reviews has acquired The Charleston Advisor, a widely used and respected collection development tool. Founded in July 1999, The Charleston Advisor publishes detailed product reviews of proprietary and freely available web-based resources for the library market. Reviewed product types include databases, pricing… Read More

Canada Foundation for Innovation reaffirms its commitment to Coalition Publica -

The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) is awarding a $10 million grant to Coalition Publica under the Major Science Initiatives Fund 2023-2029. Through this program, CFI contributes to the ongoing operation and maintenance needs of research facilities of national importance in order to enable… Read More

Accelerating access to research findings supported by federal funds -

NLM is prepared to support NIH's implementation of new policy recommendations given by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) via PubMed Central (PMC) and other pertinent data repositories. PMC is the NLM's free… Read More

Accuhealth and WebMD Provider Services partner to enhance patient outcomes through Krames patient education content -

Accuhealth, the industry leader in remote monitoring, has announced a partnership with WebMD Provider Services, which helps health systems and plans build enduring relationships and educate individuals at every stage in their health care journey, from Discovery to Recovery. Together, Accuhealth and WebMD Provider… Read More

Oxford University Press and the Royal National Institute of Blind People extend agreement to improve academic content accessibility -

Academic publisher Oxford University Press (OUP), has announced a new agreement with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)—one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people. As part of the agreement, OUP’s Academic… Read More


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