Directory of Open Access Journals in Keywords. Distribution and Themes of Articles

« Researchers depend on consultation with previous work in their field, most of which is published in scientific journals. The open … Continuer la lecture de « Directory of Open Access Journals in Keywords. Distribution and Themes of Articles »

Source > jlis.it, Rosângela Schwarz Rodrigues, Breno Kricheldorf Hermes de Araújo, Laura Lavínia Sabino dos Santos, Ana Lídia Campos Brizola, JLIS.it 11,3 (September 2020):110-121

How the Internet Archive is Ensuring Permanent Access to Open Access Journal Articles

« Internet Archive has archived and identified 9 million open access journal articles– the next 5 million is getting harder Open … Continuer la lecture de « How the Internet Archive is Ensuring Permanent Access to Open Access Journal Articles »

Source > blog.archive.org, bnewbold, 15 septembre 2020

Bizos, Isabelle. « Big deals et open access: quelle stratégie numérique pour les bibliothèques universitaires ? » [Mémoire d’étude DCB]

 » Le marché mondial de l’édition scientifique tend à se concentrer et à se développer sous la forme de monopoles … Continuer la lecture de « Bizos, Isabelle. « Big deals et open access: quelle stratégie numérique pour les bibliothèques universitaires ? » [Mémoire d’étude DCB] »

Source > enssib.fr, Isabelle Bizos, Directeur de mémoire : Fabrice Boyer, 7 septembre 2020

Open Data and Open Access Articles: Exploring Connections in the Life Sciences

« Objectives: This small-scale study explores the current state of connections between open data and open access (OA) articles in the … Continuer la lecture de « Open Data and Open Access Articles: Exploring Connections in the Life Sciences »

Source > escholarship.umassmed.edu, Sarah C. Williams, 9 septembre 2020, DOI 10.7191/jeslib.2020.1184

Achieving an equitable transition to open access for researchers in lower and middle-income countries

« The origins of this White Paper can be traced to a discussion started in mid-2019 between a number of scholarly … Continuer la lecture de « Achieving an equitable transition to open access for researchers in lower and middle-income countries »

Source > elsevier.com, Andrea Powell, Rob Johnson, Rachel Herbert, juillet 2020

Sustainable Open Access – What’s Next?

« Early last year, I interviewed Richard Gallagher, President and Editor-in-Chief of Annual Reviews about the organization’s rationale for pursuing open access … Continuer la lecture de « Sustainable Open Access – What’s Next? »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Ann Michael, 27 août 2020

Open Is Not Forever: A Study of Vanished Open Access Journals

« The preservation of the scholarly record has been a point of concern since the beginning of knowledge production. With print … Continuer la lecture de « Open Is Not Forever: A Study of Vanished Open Access Journals »

Source > arxiv.org, Mikael Laakso, Lisa Matthias, Najko Jahn, 27 août 2020, arXiv:2008.11933

New subscription model may make cell biology journal open access

« The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) is launching a new library subscription model for its peer-reviewed basic research journal—Molecular … Continuer la lecture de « New subscription model may make cell biology journal open access »

Source > ascb.org, W. Mark Leader, 25 août 2020

Some Issues on the Funding of the Scientific Publication in Open Access

« The academic/scientific publication in Open Access is already a current practice with several advantages, and the trend is that it … Continuer la lecture de « Some Issues on the Funding of the Scientific Publication in Open Access »

Source > richtmann.org, Maria José Sá José Sá, Sandro Serpa, 10 juillet 2020, https://doi.org/10.36941/ajis-2020-0063

Why cOAlition S’ Rights Retention Strategy Protects Researchers

« Last month, cOAlition S released its Rights Retention Strategy to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership rights and suppress unreasonable embargo periods—Creative … Continuer la lecture de « Why cOAlition S’ Rights Retention Strategy Protects Researchers »

Source > creativecommons.org, Brigitte Vézina, 19 août 2020

Adopting open access in the social sciences and humanities: evidence from a developing nation

« Open Access (OA) publishing, with ambitious movements such as Plan S, is engendering radical changes among academic publishers. Emerging countries … Continuer la lecture de « Adopting open access in the social sciences and humanities: evidence from a developing nation »

Source > sciencedirect.com, Thu-Trang Vuong, Manh-Toan Ho, Minh-Hoang Nguyen, juillet 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e04522

Researcher’s Perceptions on Publishing “Negative” Results and Open Access

« Scientific advance is based on reproducibility, corroboration, and availability of research results. However, large numbers of experimental results that contradict … Continuer la lecture de « Researcher’s Perceptions on Publishing “Negative” Results and Open Access »

Source > liebertpub.com, Lucía Echevarría, Alberto Malerba, Virginia Arechavala-Gomeza, 27 juillet 2020

Library Support for OA Books Workshop: the German perspective

« This summer, as part of the WP2, we started a series of European-based workshops, aiming at gaining a better understanding … Continuer la lecture de « Library Support for OA Books Workshop: the German perspective »

Source > copim.pubpub.org, Agata Morka, 6 aout 2020

A journal recommender tool built on the Directory of Open Access Journals

« This application suggests open access journals based on their similarity to a draft abstract submitted by the user. It is … Continuer la lecture de « A journal recommender tool built on the Directory of Open Access Journals »

Source > github.com/MarkEEaton, 2020

Aidez-nous à mieux connaître les revues en accès ouvert qui ne facturent pas de frais de publication

« Le consortium OPERAS et ses partenaires lancent une enquête destinée à mieux comprendre les revues en accès ouvert qui ne … Continuer la lecture de « Aidez-nous à mieux connaître les revues en accès ouvert qui ne facturent pas de frais de publication »

Source > leo.hypotheses.org, 22 juillet 2020

ERC Scientific Council calls for open access plans to respect researchers’ needs

« The ERC Scientific Council is committed to implementing full and immediate Open Access and continues to support the principles underlying … Continuer la lecture de « ERC Scientific Council calls for open access plans to respect researchers’ needs »

Source > erc.europa.eu/new, 20 juillet 2020

Baromètre de la science ouverte de l’université d’Évry

« Depuis 2019, le ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l’Innovation met à disposition un ensemble d’indicateurs pour … Continuer la lecture de « Baromètre de la science ouverte de l’université d’Évry »

Source > biblio.univ-evry.fr, juillet 2020

Using PubPub for scholarly output: Import, Collaboration, Citations, and Zotero

« Here at COPIM, we are more and more getting into the groove of using PubPub for all sorts of purposes, … Continuer la lecture de « Using PubPub for scholarly output: Import, Collaboration, Citations, and Zotero »

Source > copim.pubpub.org, Tobias Steiner, 17 juillet 2020

Labour of Love: An Open Access Manifesto for Freedom, Integrity, and Creativity in the Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences

« Over the next decade, Open Access (OA) is likely to become the default in scholarly publishing. Yet, as commercial publishers … Continuer la lecture de « Labour of Love: An Open Access Manifesto for Freedom, Integrity, and Creativity in the Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences »

Source > commonplace.knowledgefutures.org, Andrea E. Pia, Simon Batterbury, Agnieszka Joniak-Lüthi, Marcel LaFlamme, Gerda Wielander, Filippo M. Zerilli, Melissa Nolas, Jon Schubert, Nicholas Loubere, Ivan Franceschini, Casey Walsh, Agathe Mora, and Christos Varvantakis, 16 juillet 2020, https://doi.org/10.21428/6ffd8432.a7503356

Mesures de l’accès ouvert aux publications scientifiques : tenir compte du profil disciplinaire des pays et des institutions

« Dans son étude publiée aujourd’hui, « Mesurer le taux d’accès ouvert des publications scientifiques : le cas de la France … Continuer la lecture de « Mesures de l’accès ouvert aux publications scientifiques : tenir compte du profil disciplinaire des pays et des institutions »

Source > hceres.fr, OST, 9 juillet 2020

Green OA: publishers and journals allowing zero embargo and CC-BY

« We witness increased interest in the role of green open access and how it can contribute to the goals of … Continuer la lecture de « Green OA: publishers and journals allowing zero embargo and CC-BY »

Source > 101innovations.wordpress.com, Jeroen Bosman, Bianca Kramer, 16 juillet 2020

Read & Publish contracts in the context of a dynamic scholarly publishing system

« This report is the result of the study on Read & Publish agreements commissioned by EUA on behalf of 25 … Continuer la lecture de « Read & Publish contracts in the context of a dynamic scholarly publishing system »

Source > eua.eu, 15 juillet 2020

cOAlition S develops “Rights Retention Strategy” to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership rights and suppress unreasonable embargo periods

« Publishers commonly require authors to sign exclusive publishing agreements which restrict what authors can do with their research findings, including … Continuer la lecture de « cOAlition S develops “Rights Retention Strategy” to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership rights and suppress unreasonable embargo periods »

Source > coalition-s.org, 15 juillet 2020

Open Access in Theory and Practice / The Theory-Practice Relationship and Openness

« Open Access in Theory and Practice investigates the theory-practice relationship in the domain of open access publication and dissemination of … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access in Theory and Practice / The Theory-Practice Relationship and Openness »

Source > taylorfrancis.com/books, Stephen Pinfield, Simon Wakeling, David Bawden, Lyn Robinson, 8 July 2020, eBook ISBN 9780429276842, https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429276842

Consolidating institutional repositories in a digital, free, open access publication platform for all scholarly output

« Funders increasingly mandate researchers to publish their scientific articles in open access and to retain their copyright. Universities all over … Continuer la lecture de « Consolidating institutional repositories in a digital, free, open access publication platform for all scholarly output »

Source > liberquarterly.eu, Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer, Eva Méndez Rodríguez, Jeroen Sondervan, Frans J. Oort, 29 juin 2020

Open Sesame? Open access priorities, incentives, and policies among higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates

« Higher education institutions (HEIs) have an instrumental role in the move towards Open Access (OA) by shaping the national strategies, … Continuer la lecture de « Open Sesame? Open access priorities, incentives, and policies among higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates »

Source > link.springer.com, Boufarss, M., Laakso, M. Open Sesame? Open access priorities, incentives, and policies among higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates. Scientometrics (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-020-03529-y

Data journals: incentivizing data access and documentation within the scholarly communication system

« (…) This article describes the unique advantages of data journals. It also examines the data journal landscape, presenting the characteristics … Continuer la lecture de « Data journals: incentivizing data access and documentation within the scholarly communication system »

Source > insights.uksg.org, Walters, William H.. 2020. “Data Journals: Incentivizing Data Access and Documentation Within the Scholarly Communication System”. Insights 33 (1): 18. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.510

Europe et science ouverte : rapport de l’OSPP

« L’Open Science Policy Platform, comme son nom ne l’indique pas, c’est un groupe d’experts mandatés par la Commission européenne pour … Continuer la lecture de « Europe et science ouverte : rapport de l’OSPP »

Source > marlenescorner.net, Marlène Delahaye, 17 juin 2020

Open Access Uptake in Germany 2010-18: Adoption in a diverse research landscape

« This study investigates the development of open access (OA) to journal articles from authors affiliated with German universities and non-university … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Uptake in Germany 2010-18: Adoption in a diverse research landscape »

Source > zenodo.org, Hobert, Anne, Jahn, Najko, Mayr, Philipp, Schmidt, Birgit, Taubert, Niels, 15 juin 2020, DOI 10.5281/zenodo.3892950

DOAJ, Redalyc (UAEM), AmeliCA collaboration to strengthen non-commercial Open Access Journals

« Redalyc (Autonomous University of the State of Mexico), AmeliCA and DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) are delighted to announce … Continuer la lecture de « DOAJ, Redalyc (UAEM), AmeliCA collaboration to strengthen non-commercial Open Access Journals »

Source > redalyc.org, 5 juin 2020

Jisc’s Publications Router service is now integrated with Pure

« Jisc’s Publications Router service is now fully integrated with Pure, the research information management system provided by Elsevier. This means … Continuer la lecture de « Jisc’s Publications Router service is now integrated with Pure »

Source > scholarlycommunications.jiscinvolve.org, Steve Byford, 9 juin 2020

PLOS and Carnegie Mellon University announce APC-free open access publishing agreement

« Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced a two-year open access agreement that allows … Continuer la lecture de « PLOS and Carnegie Mellon University announce APC-free open access publishing agreement »

Source > theplosblog.plos.org, 8 juin 2020

Open Access to academic books: Working towards the “tipping point”

« Open access for academic books is deemed to be a relatively underdeveloped area. To help evaluate to which point this … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access to academic books: Working towards the “tipping point” »

Source > knowledge-exchange.info, Angela Holzer (DFG), Pierre Mounier (OPERAS), Jeroen Sondervan (Utrecht University), Graham Stone (Jisc), 9 juin 2020

Un rapport Open Access individuel en un clic

« Parmi mes articles scientifiques, lesquels sont disponibles en libre accès ? Les chercheuses et chercheurs suisses peuvent désormais répondre à … Continuer la lecture de « Un rapport Open Access individuel en un clic »

Source > snf.ch,v 2 juin 2020

Knowledge Unlatched and EBSCO Information Services Announce Subscribe-to-Open Cooperation

« Knowledge Unlatched (KU), the international initiative for Open Access (OA), and EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO), one of the market leaders … Continuer la lecture de « Knowledge Unlatched and EBSCO Information Services Announce Subscribe-to-Open Cooperation »

Source > knowledgeunlatched.org, 27 mai 2020

Survey launches to better scope Open Infrastructure in Europe

« In collaboration with SPARC Europe, we today launch a survey to map Open Access (OA) and Open Science (OS) infrastructure … Continuer la lecture de « Survey launches to better scope Open Infrastructure in Europe »

Source > investinopen.org, Kaitlin Thaney, 13 mai 2020

Modèle et trousse de l’ABRC pour une politique institutionnelle de libre accès

« L’ABRC a créé ces Modèle et trousse de l’ABRC pour une politique institutionnelle de libre accès pour aider à préparer ceux … Continuer la lecture de « Modèle et trousse de l’ABRC pour une politique institutionnelle de libre accès »

Source > carl-abrc.ca, mai 2020

From Open Access to Open Science: The Path From Scientific Reality to Open Scientific Communication

« Although opening up of research is considered an appropriate and trend-setting model for future scientific communication, it can still be … Continuer la lecture de « From Open Access to Open Science: The Path From Scientific Reality to Open Scientific Communication »

Source > journals.sagepub.com, Christian Heise, Joshua M. Pearce, SAGE Open, vol. 10, 2, First Published May 10, 2020. DOI: 10.1177/2158244020915900

Availability of research articles for the public during pandemic – a case study

« The coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) disease has affected millions of lives, forcing most of us to stay at home and work. … Continuer la lecture de « Availability of research articles for the public during pandemic – a case study »

Source > liberquarterly.eu, Devasahayam, A.J., 2020. Availability of research articles for the public during pandemic - a case study. LIBER Quarterly, 30(1), pp.1–11. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/lq.10340

Fonds national Suisse de la recherche scientifique (FNS) : La science ouverte est une nécessité, et pas seulement en temps de crise

« Cela fait des années que le FNS et d’autres organisations demandent que la science ouverte constitue la règle et non … Continuer la lecture de « Fonds national Suisse de la recherche scientifique (FNS) : La science ouverte est une nécessité, et pas seulement en temps de crise »

Source > snf.ch, 29 avril 2020

PLOS and Iowa State University Library announce APC-free Open Access publishing agreement

« Iowa State University Library and the Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced a three-year Open Access agreement that allows … Continuer la lecture de « PLOS and Iowa State University Library announce APC-free Open Access publishing agreement »

Source > blogs.plos.org, 29 avril 2020

Chinese state censorship of COVID-19 research represents a looming crisis for academic publishers

« Issues of censorship surrounding the publication of scholarly research in China have been prominent since a series of press reports … Continuer la lecture de « Chinese state censorship of COVID-19 research represents a looming crisis for academic publishers »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, George Cooper, 24 avril2020

China and open access: Sciencepaper Online

« (…) According to the Sciencepaper online website, Sciencepaper Online is an academic institutional repository established in 2003 initiated by the … Continuer la lecture de « China and open access: Sciencepaper Online »

Source > sustainingknowledgecommons.org, Shi, A. (2020), 23 avril 2020

Open access and research dissemination in Africa

« (…) This paper explores the role of open access and institutional repositories in knowledge sharing and the dissemination of research … Continuer la lecture de « Open access and research dissemination in Africa »

Source > hal.archives-ouvertes.fr, Katie Wilson, Anthony Kiuna, Richard Lamptey, Susan Veldsman, Lucy Montgomery, et al.. Open access and research dissemination in Africa. ELPUB 2020 24rd edition of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Apr 2020, Doha, Qatar. ⟨hal-02544891⟩

Améliorer les chances de succès de son projet ANR grâce à la Science Ouverte

« (…) Ce guide a une visée pratique pour accompagner les chercheurs dans la prise en compte des enjeux de la … Continuer la lecture de « Améliorer les chances de succès de son projet ANR grâce à la Science Ouverte »

Source > zenodo.org, Féret, Romain, Bracco, Laetitia, Cheviron, Stéphanie, Lehoux, Elise, Arènes, Cécile, & Li, Ling. (2020, April 21), Améliorer les chances de succès de son projet ANR grâce à la Science Ouverte (Version 1). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3741666

Revised ‘Transformative Journal’ criteria from cOAlition S are “challenging” but Springer Nature commits to transition majority of journals, including Nature

« Springer Nature welcomes the decision from cOAlition S to support Transformative Journals.  Subject to acceptability of the yet to be … Continuer la lecture de « Revised ‘Transformative Journal’ criteria from cOAlition S are “challenging” but Springer Nature commits to transition majority of journals, including Nature »

Source > group.springernature.com, 8 avril 2020

With Shareyourpaper.org it’s easy to make your paper Open Access, for free!

« The Coronavirus pandemic has shown how critical it is that research is shared quickly and freely. We can’t go back … Continuer la lecture de « With Shareyourpaper.org it’s easy to make your paper Open Access, for free! »

Source > blog.openaccessbutton.org, 7 avril 2020

Beyond transformative agreements

« The Swedish Bibsam Consortium is taking a leading role in the transition to Open Access and aims to switch from … Continuer la lecture de « Beyond transformative agreements »

Source > eua.eu, Anna Lundén, Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Britt-Marie Wideberg, Wilhelm Widmark, 2 avril 2020

State of Open Access penetration in universities worldwide

« (…) This study presents indicators of Open Access (OA) penetration at the institutional level for universities worldwide. By combining data … Continuer la lecture de « State of Open Access penetration in universities worldwide »

Source > zenodo.org, Robinson-Garcia, Nicolas; Costas, Rodrigo; van mars Leeuwen, Thed N, 17 mars 2020, 10.5281/zenodo.3713421.

LIBER Wins Role in Open Access Publishing Platform

« LIBER has won a role in Open Research Europe (ORE): a project which will build a new peer-reviewed Open Access … Continuer la lecture de « LIBER Wins Role in Open Access Publishing Platform »

Source > libereurope.eu, 25 mars 2020

Open Access publishing practice in geochemistry: overview of current state and look to the future

« Open Access (OA) describes the free, unrestricted access to and re-use of research articles. Recently, a new wave of interest, … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access publishing practice in geochemistry: overview of current state and look to the future »

Source > hal.archives-ouvertes.fr, Olivier Pourret, Andrew Hursthouse, Dasapta Erwin Irawan, Karen Johannesson, Haiyan Liu, et al.., Heliyon, Elsevier 2020, 6 (3), pp.e03551. ⟨10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e03551⟩. ⟨hal-02501832⟩

European Commission awards contract for setting up an open access publishing platform

« The European Commission has awarded a contract for the setting up of an open access publishing platform for scientific articles … Continuer la lecture de « European Commission awards contract for setting up an open access publishing platform »

Source > ec.europa.eu, mars 2020

Current Transformative Agreements Are Not Transformative Position Paper – For Full, Immediate and Transparent Open Access

« In 2019, approximately 69% of journal articles published in the world appeared in journals that charge readers for access [Piwowar … Continuer la lecture de « Current Transformative Agreements Are Not Transformative Position Paper – For Full, Immediate and Transparent Open Access »

Source > copernicus.org, 10 mars 2020

Open Access eXchange (OAeX): an economic model and platform for fundraising open scholarship services

« This article describes the Open Access eXchange (OAeX) project, a pragmatic and comprehensive economic model and fundraising platform for open … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access eXchange (OAeX): an economic model and platform for fundraising open scholarship services »

Source > insights.uksg.org, Jack Hyland, Alexander Kouker, Dmitri Zaitsev, 26 février 2020, Insights 33 (1): 8. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.500

Partageons la science ouverte – 1 | « Ludification / Play the game ! »

« Tout a commencé en Guyane… Profitant de l’inauguration du nouveau portail institutionnel HAL, le service commun de documentation (SCD – … Continuer la lecture de « Partageons la science ouverte – 1 | « Ludification / Play the game ! » »

Source > ouvrirlascience.fr, mars 2020

Extrhal…quoi de neuf ?

« ExtrHAL, application web conçue pour extraire des listes de publications, ne cesse d’évoluer. Depuis la dernière présentation d’ExtrHAL lors des … Continuer la lecture de « Extrhal…quoi de neuf ? »

Source > openarchiv.hypotheses.org, Françoise Gouzi, 4 mars 2020

Funding Sources for Open Access Article Processing Charges in the Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities in the United States

« Article processing charges (APCs) are one method of many to ensure open access to research literature, but studies that explore … Continuer la lecture de « Funding Sources for Open Access Article Processing Charges in the Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities in the United States »

Source > mdpi.com, Melissa H. Cantrell, Juleah A. Swanson, 28 février 2020

Smithsonian Releases 2.8 Million Free Images for Broader Public Use

« The Smithsonian announced today the launch of Smithsonian Open Access, an initiative that removes Smithsonian copyright restrictions from about 2.8 … Continuer la lecture de « Smithsonian Releases 2.8 Million Free Images for Broader Public Use »

Source > si.edu, 25 février 2020

First US–based university press signs Jisc transitional open access agreement for UK higher education

« The Jisc agreement provides participating UK institutions with unlimited Immediate Open Access publishing in Rockefeller University Press journals. The agreement … Continuer la lecture de « First US–based university press signs Jisc transitional open access agreement for UK higher education »

Source > jisc.ac.uk, 19 février 2020