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01/06/2016

OA to Research Publications – Independent Advice to UK Minister of State for Universities and Science

Audrey McCulloch, ALPSP This article features in the ALPSP Policy Bulletin, Issue 2: April 2016 In July 2015, the relatively new Minster of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson, requested advice on the UK’s open access to research policy. Advice was specifically requested around...

31/05/2016

OA in the UK and hybrid journals– a thought piece and a blog

Audrey McCulloch, ALPSP This article features in the ALPSP Policy Bulletin, Issue 2: April 2016 Two articles of note have been published by funders and institutional representative bodies. The first is Academic journal markets, their limitations, and the consequences for a transition to OA: a...

30/05/2016

OSI Inaugural Conference

Audrey McCulloch, ALPSP This article features in the ALPSP Policy Bulletin, Issue 2: April 2016 The Open Scholarship Initiative (OSI) was created by the National Science Communication Institute (nSCI) in long term partnership with UNESCO. The plan for OSI is ambitious: an annual series of 10...

29/05/2016

US funder public access plans

Audrey McCulloch, ALPSP This article features in the ALPSP Policy Bulletin, Issue 2: April 2016 For those of you trying to keep track of US Funding Agency public access plans, CHORUS has gathered together a useful resource, which provides an at a glance comparison of requirements. It can be...

09/05/2016

EU to Consider Open Access and Science Conclusions in May 2016

Andrew Tein, Wiley On 4 and 5 April 2016, the Dutch Presidency conference on Open Science was held in Amsterdam, bringing together government officials, research funders and institutions, publishers and researchers from across Europe. The main outcome from the conference was a Call for Action on...

29/04/2016

ALPSP Policy Bulletin, Issue 2: April 2016

The latest issue of the quarterly ALPSP Policy Bulletin is now available to all members and is packed with fascinating articles looking at current issues in the scholarly publishing world. Contents include: EU to Consider Open Access and Science Conclusions in May 2016 EU-US Privacy...

28/07/2016

Pay it Forward - a sustainable model of open access APCs report now available

We’re pleased to announce the availability of the final report of the Pay It Forward project, a joint research effort of the University of California at Davis and the California Digital Library to investigate a sustainable model of open access article publishing charges for large North...

The Publisher’s and Librarian’s Challenge: Models, practices and products to sustain OA publishing

Event (multiple dates) - BOOKING FOR THIS EVENT HAS NOW CLOSED Chair: Will Schweitzer, Director, Product Development for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)   Venue: Arundel House, 13-15 Arundel Street, Temple Place, London WC2R 3DX...

29/07/2014

India develops OA policy

Two departments within the Indian Government’s Ministry of Science and Technology have proposed a policy on open access to articles arising from the research they fund.

31/10/2015

ALPSP Alert 190 - March 2013

This issue includes open access updates from the US, Australia and the UK. The House of Lords, OSTP Directive and FASTR Bill get a mention. There's news from AIP Publishing, De Gruyter, Elsevier, Thomson Reuters, Macmillan, Nature, NISO, SciVal, Wiley and Readcube. Legal items include copyright...