Lars Bjørnshauge talks about where the DOAJ is going.
Here is how CHORUS works, in its simplest form.
The OSTP access memorandum has led to hearings this month. Be sure to contribute and observe.
The OSTP public access memorandum provides flexibility across many US federal agencies. The possible complexities combined with current budget realities mean there is much to tame and little to spend doing it.
There are specific contributing factors to confusion and coherence. Understanding these, as well as your own strengths and weaknesses, can help you write, read, and edit better.
A new proposal regarding federally funded data is leaked. What might a broad policy for public access mean?
The US government views data policy as an emerging area. A new National Academies report reveals the potential and the barriers, many of which are financial.
A recent attempt by SPARC and others to assess “How Open Is It?” shows how complex OA publishing is, but also fails to accurately represent the potential complexities in many areas.
The flood of OA journals and publishers continues worldwide, but the number of articles is still small in any field.
An interview with Fred Dylla of the American Institute of Physics, and why funding is at the heart of many issues we currently face.