Science ouverte et accès ouvert, petit manuel pour chercheurs et chercheuses (épisode 2)

« (…) Choix en matière d’open access et open data Lorsqu’un chercheur ou une chercheuse s’engage dans la science ouverte, il … Continuer la lecture de « Science ouverte et accès ouvert, petit manuel pour chercheurs et chercheuses (épisode 2) »

Source > archibibscdf.hypotheses.org, Gianna Sergi, 18 janvier 2021

Science ouverte et accès ouvert, petit manuel pour chercheurs et chercheuses (épisode 1)

« Qu’il s’agisse de publier un article, de répondre à un appel à projet ou d’archiver des données, les chercheurs et … Continuer la lecture de « Science ouverte et accès ouvert, petit manuel pour chercheurs et chercheuses (épisode 1) »

Source > archibibscdf.hypotheses.org, Gianna Sergi, "Science ouverte et accès ouvert, petit manuel pour chercheurs et chercheuses (épisode 1)," in Colligere, 11/01/2021, https://archibibscdf.hypotheses.org/9063.

UCT Libraries’ new platform supports publishing of African-centric research

« The University of Cape Town (UCT) Libraries has developed a new continental platform for open access publishing in Africa. The … Continuer la lecture de « UCT Libraries’ new platform supports publishing of African-centric research »

Source > news.uct.ac.za, 13 janvier 2021

Wiley Acquires Hindawi: An Interview with Judy Verses and Liz Ferguson

« Last week John Wiley & Sons announced its acquisition of open access (OA) publisher Hindawi Limited for $298M. While this announcement sparked … Continuer la lecture de « Wiley Acquires Hindawi: An Interview with Judy Verses and Liz Ferguson »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Ann Michael, 11 janvier 2021

Eleanor Masterman. « ‘Communists of Knowledge’? A case for the implementation of ‘radical open access’ in the humanities and social sciences »[thesis]

« Open access (OA) has widely been touted as a ‘radical’ alternative to the traditional scholarly publishing system, which has faced … Continuer la lecture de « Eleanor Masterman. « ‘Communists of Knowledge’? A case for the implementation of ‘radical open access’ in the humanities and social sciences »[thesis] »

Source > hcommons.org, Eleanor Masterman, Oxford Brookes University, 2020, http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/t5n3-x550

Can Publishers Maintain Control of the Scholarly Record?

« The journal brand has proven to be the great intangible asset of the scholarly publisher. It signals trust and authority … Continuer la lecture de « Can Publishers Maintain Control of the Scholarly Record? »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Danielle Cooper, Oya Y. Rieger, Roger C. Schonfeld, 6 janvier 2021

Open Bioeconomy—A Bibliometric Study on the Accessibility of Articles in the Field of Bioeconomy

« Open access (OA) to scientific information is one of the major challenges and objectives of actual public research policy. The … Continuer la lecture de « Open Bioeconomy—A Bibliometric Study on the Accessibility of Articles in the Field of Bioeconomy »

Source > mdpi.com, Marianne Duquenne, Hélène Prost, Joachim Schöpfel, Franck Dumeignil, 17 décembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.3390/publications8040055

2020 locked in shift to open access publishing, but Australia is lagging

« For all its faults, 2020 appears to have locked in momentum for the open access movement. But it is time … Continuer la lecture de « 2020 locked in shift to open access publishing, but Australia is lagging »

Source > theconversation.com, Lucy Montgomery, 3 janvier 2021

The 2019/20 Barometer for the Academic World: New Insights for Open Science?

« What is the state of science in Germany these days? The Barometer for the Academic World has been dedicated to … Continuer la lecture de « The 2019/20 Barometer for the Academic World: New Insights for Open Science? »

Source > zbw-mediatalk.eu, Claudia Sittner, 9 décembre 2020

Physics societies unite in support of open access

« Major physics societies, which support physical science researchers with the publication of more than 75,000 peer-reviewed journal articles each year, … Continuer la lecture de « Physics societies unite in support of open access »

Source > ioppublishing.org, rachael harper, 15 décembre 2020

Scopus filters for Open Access type and 5.5 million more OA articles (17 million in total!)

« Key points: As of 9th December, Scopus has new Open Access filters, providing greater clarity on the type of open … Continuer la lecture de « Scopus filters for Open Access type and 5.5 million more OA articles (17 million in total!) »

Source > blog.scopus.com, Rachel McCullough, 9 décembre 2020

Adoption of the Open Access Business Model in Scientific Journal Publishing: A Cross-disciplinary Study

« Scientific journal publishers have rapidly converted during the past 25 years to predominantly electronic dissemination, but the reader-pays business model … Continuer la lecture de « Adoption of the Open Access Business Model in Scientific Journal Publishing: A Cross-disciplinary Study »

Source > crl.acrl.org, Bo-Christer Björk, Timo Korkeamäki, 2020, https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.81.7.1080

Jisc launches next-generation, Plan S-compliant repository

« Jisc is launching a new multi-content repository for storing research data and articles that will make it easier for university … Continuer la lecture de « Jisc launches next-generation, Plan S-compliant repository »

Source > jisc.ac.uk, 8 décembre 2020

Transformative agreements: Do they pave the way to open access?

« Transformative agreements, also known as ‘offsetting’, ‘read and publish’, or ‘publish and read’ agreements, have shifted the focus of scholarly … Continuer la lecture de « Transformative agreements: Do they pave the way to open access? »

Source > onlinelibrary.wiley.com, Ángel Borrego, Lluís Anglada, Ernest Abadal, 3 décembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.1002/leap.1347

UK collaborates with new body to accelerate global open access

« UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Wellcome and Jisc are among the first organisations supporting the establishment of a new body called … Continuer la lecture de « UK collaborates with new body to accelerate global open access »

Source > jisc.ac.uk, 3 décembre 2020

How is open access publishing going down with early career researchers? An international, multi-disciplinary study (.pdf)

« This study explores early career researchers’ (ECRs) appreciation and utilisation of open access (OA) publishing. The evidence reported here results … Continuer la lecture de « How is open access publishing going down with early career researchers? An international, multi-disciplinary study (.pdf) »

Source > ciber-research.eu, David Nicholas, Hamid R. Jamal, Eti Herman, Jie Xu, Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Anthony Watkinson, Blanca Rodríguez-Bravo, Abdullah Abrizah, Marzena Świgoń, Tatiana Polezhaeva, Profesional de la información, v. 29, n. 6, e290614, 16 novembre 2020

15th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing 2020 – November 17–19 [presentations & posters]

« The Munin Conference is an annual conference on scholarly publishing and communication, primarily revolving around open access, open data and … Continuer la lecture de « 15th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing 2020 – November 17–19 [presentations & posters] »

Source > septentrio.uit.no, The Arctic University of Norway, novembre 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.7557/scs.2020.4

La revue Nature (Londres) passe en Open Access pour répondre au plan S, avec des FTA de 9 500 € par article

« Le plan S, en Europe, lancé en septembre 2018, demande aux éditeurs de publier avec le modèle Open Access. Les … Continuer la lecture de « La revue Nature (Londres) passe en Open Access pour répondre au plan S, avec des FTA de 9 500 € par article »

Source > redactionmedicale.fr, Hervé Maisonneuve, 26 novembre 2020

Academy of Finland to adopt reforms to open access publishing and responsible researcher evaluation from beginning of 2021

« Starting with calls to be opened after 1 January 2021, the Academy of Finland will introduce a number of reforms … Continuer la lecture de « Academy of Finland to adopt reforms to open access publishing and responsible researcher evaluation from beginning of 2021 »

Source > aka.fi, 15 octobre 2020

The Enlightenment of Peer Review : How Academic Librarians Can Utilize Open Peer Review Methods to Advance Information Literacy

« In today’s world of digital scholarly publishing, it is increasingly clear that movements such as open access (OA), Open Science, … Continuer la lecture de « The Enlightenment of Peer Review : How Academic Librarians Can Utilize Open Peer Review Methods to Advance Information Literacy »

Source > ojs.lib.uwo.ca, Sandra Moore, 30 octobre 2020, Emerging Library & Information Perspectives, 3(1), 9-38. https://doi.org/10.5206/elip.v3i1.8618

Elsevier and Japan Alliance of University Library Consortia for E-Resources agree on proposal for subscription framework with measures to support Open Access goals

« The Japan Alliance of University Library Consortia for E-Resources (JUSTICE) and Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, have … Continuer la lecture de « Elsevier and Japan Alliance of University Library Consortia for E-Resources agree on proposal for subscription framework with measures to support Open Access goals »

Source > elsevier.com, 18 novembre 2020

cOAlition S releases the Journal Checker Tool, a search engine that checks Plan S compliance

« cOAlition S is excited to announce today, 18 November, the release of the Journal Checker Tool (JCT) in beta. The … Continuer la lecture de « cOAlition S releases the Journal Checker Tool, a search engine that checks Plan S compliance »

Source > coalition-s.org, 18 novembre 2020

Nunn, Emily B. « Open access to health and education research outside academia: perspectives of research users, research intermediaries and researchers » [thesis]

« The thesis investigates how publics outside academia engage with ideas of open access (OA) to research publications. To do this, … Continuer la lecture de « Nunn, Emily B. « Open access to health and education research outside academia: perspectives of research users, research intermediaries and researchers » [thesis] »

Source > etheses.whiterose.ac.uk, Nunn, Emily B (2019) Open access to health and education research outside academia: perspectives of research users, research intermediaries and researchers. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

TIB Blog: Open source infrastructure for the new publishing platform

« After we introduced the strategic and conceptual orientation of our new open-access publishing platform, we now would like to introduce … Continuer la lecture de « TIB Blog: Open source infrastructure for the new publishing platform »

Source > blogs.tib.eu, 04 novembre 2020

Who’s Writing Open Access (OA) Articles? Characteristics of OA authors at Ph.D.-granting institutions in the United States

« The open access (OA) publication movement aims to present research literature to the public at no cost and with no … Continuer la lecture de « Who’s Writing Open Access (OA) Articles? Characteristics of OA authors at Ph.D.-granting institutions in the United States »

Source > mitpressjournals.org, Anthony J. Olejniczak, Molly J. Wilson, 7 octobre 2020

Nature journals announce first open-access agreement

« The publisher of Nature has agreed its first deal to allow some researchers to publish in the journal, and in … Continuer la lecture de « Nature journals announce first open-access agreement »

Source > nature.com, Richard Van Noorden, 20 octobre 2020, https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-02959-1

Charleston Library Conference at Frankfurt: Open Access in Focus

« In a Charleston Library Conference session at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the discussion centered on the changes brought by open … Continuer la lecture de « Charleston Library Conference at Frankfurt: Open Access in Focus »

Source > publishingperspectives.com, Hannah Johnson, 16 octobre 2020

OCLC supports libraries, researchers, educators and students with open access content through WorldCat

« OCLC is supporting libraries, researchers, educators and students with high-quality open access content that is discoverable and freely accessible through … Continuer la lecture de « OCLC supports libraries, researchers, educators and students with open access content through WorldCat »

Source > oclc.org, 23 octobre 2020

Central European University Press Announces Innovative Open Access Funding Model

« In line with international movements towards making academic content Open Access (OA), both for journals and books, and in keeping … Continuer la lecture de « Central European University Press Announces Innovative Open Access Funding Model »

Source > ceupress.com, 22 octobre 2020

Open access and author rights: questioning Harvard’s open access policy

« Harvard’s open access (OA) policy, which has become a template for many institutional OA policies, intrinsically undermines the rights of scholars, … Continuer la lecture de « Open access and author rights: questioning Harvard’s open access policy »

Source > insights.uksg.org, Alexander, Patrick H.. 2020. “Open Access and Author Rights: Questioning Harvard’s Open Access Policy”. Insights 33 (1): 23. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.525

Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access

« A critical inquiry into the politics, practices, and infrastructures of open access and the reconfiguration of scholarly communication in digital … Continuer la lecture de « Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access »

Source > direct.mit.edu, Martin Paul Eve, Jonathan Gray, MIT Press, 2020, DOI:https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/11885.001.0001

IWA Publishing (International Water Association Publishing) Launches Pilot to Flip its Entire Journal Portfolio to Open Access Using the Subscribe-to-Open Mode

« IWA Publishing, the wholly owned publishing subsidiary of the International Water Association based in London, UK, has announced a pilot … Continuer la lecture de « IWA Publishing (International Water Association Publishing) Launches Pilot to Flip its Entire Journal Portfolio to Open Access Using the Subscribe-to-Open Mode »

Source > iwapublishing.com, 7 octobre 2020

How research can be shared effectively to advance science: insights from the Center for Open Science

« In recent years there has been increasing support for data sharing and transparency within scientific publishing to improve the quality … Continuer la lecture de « How research can be shared effectively to advance science: insights from the Center for Open Science »

Source > thepublicationplan.com, 14 octobre 2020

Preprints and Author Services: An Interview with Rachel Burley and Eugenie Regan

« In recent years, major publishing houses have increased the attention they have been giving to preprints, as my colleague Oya … Continuer la lecture de « Preprints and Author Services: An Interview with Rachel Burley and Eugenie Regan »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Roger C. Schonfeld, 8 octobre 2020

Innovative Open Access in small sciences (InnOAccess)

« Academia – especially internet research – strives on a dynamic and diverse publishing ecosystem within which researchers can read and … Continuer la lecture de « Innovative Open Access in small sciences (InnOAccess) »

Source > hiig.de, Wrzesinski, Marcel; Dubois, Frédéric; Katzenbach, Christian; Waidlein, Nicole; Tochtermann, Klaus, 2020

Meta-Research: Evaluating the impact of open access policies on research institutions

« The proportion of research outputs published in open access journals or made available on other freely-accessible platforms has increased over … Continuer la lecture de « Meta-Research: Evaluating the impact of open access policies on research institutions »

Source > elifesciences.org, Chun-Kai (Karl) Huang, Cameron Neylon, Richard Hosking, Lucy Montgomery, Katie S Wilson, Alkim Ozaygen, Chloe Brookes-Kenworthy, eLife 2020;9:e57067 doi: 10.7554/eLife.57067

Converting to Open Access. The Austrian Journal of Political Science (OZP) as a case study

« Open Access is a simple idea that has resulted in a confusing landscape of business models, competing policy prescriptions, and … Continuer la lecture de « Converting to Open Access. The Austrian Journal of Political Science (OZP) as a case study »

Source > webapp.uibk.ac.at, Thomas König, DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/ozp.3184.vol49iss3

HHMI (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) Announces Open Access Publishing Policy

« The new Open Access to Publications policy, which will take effect on January 1, 2022, will require all HHMI laboratory … Continuer la lecture de « HHMI (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) Announces Open Access Publishing Policy »

Source > hhmi.org, 1er octobre 2020

Open Access Perceptions, Strategies, and Digital Literacies: A Case Study of a Scholarly-Led Journal

« Open access (OA) publications play an important role for academia, policy-makers, and practitioners. Universities and research institutions set up OA … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Perceptions, Strategies, and Digital Literacies: A Case Study of a Scholarly-Led Journal »

Source > mdpi.com, Noella Edelmann, Judith Schoßböck, 15 septembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.3390/publications8030044

Open Access Books in the Humanities and Social Sciences: an Open Access Altmetric Advantage

« The last decade has seen two significant phenomena emerge in research communication: the rise of open access (OA) publishing, and … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Books in the Humanities and Social Sciences: an Open Access Altmetric Advantage »

Source > arxiv.org, Michael Taylor, 22 septembre 2020, arXiv:2009.10442

La prédation dans le champ de la publication scientifique : un objet de recherche révélateur des mutations de la communication scientifique ouverte

« (…) L’article discute la définition de la revue prédatrice et propose une analyse du nouveau marché de listes de revues … Continuer la lecture de « La prédation dans le champ de la publication scientifique : un objet de recherche révélateur des mutations de la communication scientifique ouverte »

Source > hal.archives-ouvertes.fr, Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Sarah Rakotoary, Pascal Bador, 19 septembre 2020

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