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Informetrics Journal Quits Elsevier, Relaunches as Open Access

Peter Potter on Funding OA Monographs

MIT Press, Media Lab Launch Knowledge Futures Group

MIT Press, MIT Media Lab Launch the Knowledge Futures Group | INFOdocket

Roosevelt Presidential Library Relocated from Dickinson

Digital Science Launches Dimensions Platform with Free Discovery for OA, Citations

EBSCO and BiblioLabs Announce OA Service for Theses, Dissertations

Textbook Affordability: What’s Happening in Your State | From the Bell Tower

Gearing Up for Change in Charleston

Middle Schoolers Help Transcribe, Digitize Rare Historical Newspapers

Intellectual Freedom and Open Access | ALA Annual 2017

MIT Press, Internet Archive Collaborate to Digitize Titles

Impactstory Launches Browser Extension for OA Discovery

New World, Same Model | Periodicals Price Survey 2017

Open Access: Advocacy

Supporting Open Access

OER's Road Ahead is Paved with Publisher Platforms | From the Bell Tower

Navajo Nation Library To Digitize 1960s Oral History Archive

Beyond Open Access

Becoming an Open Library Leader | Leading from the Library

Making Open Access Content Discoverable

Q & A with Katrina M. Sanders | Diversity 2016

Open Access: A Distilled Perspective

Open Access at the Crossroads

Open Access: It’s All About People!

Announcement: We’re extending Open Access in Action!

Whither (and Whether) OA?

Open Music Library Combines Free and Subscription Databases

Harvard Report: One Step Closer to Low-Risk OA Orphan Works?

Open Access in Perspective

Mastering Open Access Metrics

SocArXiv, COS Partner on New OA Social Science Archive

Knight Foundation Names Second Library News Challenge Winners | ALA Annual 2016

Helping Your Organization Embrace Open Access

Flipping Journals to Open Access

SelectedWorks Redesigned for Librarians

Green OA and the Interoperability of Institutional Repositories

Making the Transition to Gold Open Access

Who Pays the Freight? Open Access: The Future of Funding

Life Is Like an Open Book | Open Access in Action

Fracking the Ecosystem | Periodicals Price Survey 2016

Flipping Journals, Changing Ways of Publishing

More Needles; Bigger Haystack | Open Access in Action

Case Studies for Open Science Q & A

Welcome to Science 2.0 | Open Access in Action

Who Pays for Open Access?

Five Institutional Strategies for Textbook Affordability | From the Bell Tower

Libraries Support Data-Sharing Across the Research Lifecycle

Increasing Participation in Your Institutional Repository

CHORUS Inks Agreement with NSF, USGS, NIST

METRO Hosts Panel on Open Ed Resources

Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) Releases “Strategy and Workplan 2016-2018″ Document

Sharing Policy Draws Criticism; Elsevier Responds

Nature Allows Article Sharing—With Restrictions

Q&A with Adam Matthew Digital's Martin Drewe

AB 609: California Leads on Open Access to Publicly Funded Research

Tyler Walters, Founding Director of SHARE, on Next Steps in Sharing Research

Martin Eve: Building the Open Library of the Humanities

NCSU Libraries Spur Innovation Through Alt-Textbook Grants

Taming a Wild Country | Peer to Peer Review

Missouri Extends Protection of Library Records Data to Digital Materials

The Plight of the Independent Scholar | Peer to Peer Review

ASERL, DPLA Launch Southern Agriculture History Portal

American Museum of Natural History Launches Free Online Image Database

Crisis, Paralysis, and Progress | Peer to Peer Review

Measuring the Value of Journals | Periodicals Price Survey 2014

Steps Down the Evolutionary Road | Periodicals Price Survey 2014

OSU Libraries Offer Open Access Etextbooks to Students

Open Access as Undergraduate Pedagogy | Backtalk

The Lever Initiative: Taking a Stand To Change the World | Peer to Peer Review

What You Need to Know About the Other “Open” Week | From the Bell Tower

On Extremists | Peer to Peer Review

U.K. Libraries Offer Free Article Access to Walk-Ins

Science Enters Open Access Arena with Science Advances

Academic Torrents Offers New Means of Storing, Distributing Scholarly Content

Top Tech Trends | ALA Midwinter 2014

Federal Spending Bill Expands Research Funding With Open Access Mandate, Restores IMLS Funding

New Study Identifies Half-Life of Journal Articles

A Broken System: Nobel Winner Randy Schekman Talks Impact Factor and How To Fix Publishing

Mark Edington on the Future of Academic Library Presses

Fondulac District Library, Operation Photo Rescue Partner to Save Community’s Storm Damaged Photos

Economics 404: Fixing What’s Broke | Peer to Peer Review

Despite Differences, University Libraries and Presses Partner More Often

Purdue Librarians Work to Update Agricultural Data Sharing Techniques

Shift from Green to Gold OA Could Leave Libraries Out of the Loop

Show Your Work | Peer to Peer Review

Grown Out of Community: An Interview with Mike Palmquist | Peer to Peer Review

Seizing Inopportune Moments | Peer to Peer Review

Swets Launches Open Access Payment Management Service

HathiTrust Doubles DPLA Collection with More Than Three Million Books

Begins Today: A HathiTrust and DPLA Partnership

ARL Launches Library-Led Solution to Federal Open Access Requirements

This Week in Libraries: Dan Cohen, Director of the Digital Public Library of America

Publishers Offer CHORUS as Solution to Federal Open Access Requirements

What Governmental Big Data May Mean For Libraries

Of Predators and Public Health | Peer to Peer Review

California Open Access Bill Clears Committee

The Winds of Change | Periodicals Price Survey 2013

Librarians Respond to DPLA Launch

E-Textbooks Redux: What Does Kirtsaeng Mean to the Market? | Peer to Peer Review


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