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Dominique Babini Oct 24
In this I remember this statement from Shaun Khoo "Unless funders and institutions wish to infuse publisher profits with a growing share of research funding, they should be supporting public infrastructure and, most importantly, rewarding the researchers who use it"
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Dominique Babini Oct 26
Closing this statement from J. Holmwood "We are moving from a system of global open access to publish to one of global open access to read, without paying attention to the new forms of exclusion that will entail for the production of knowledge"
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Ryerson Library Oct 21
Prof. Jennifer Lapum, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Faculty of Community Services receives the 2019 Ryerson Library Open Access Wall of Fame Award! Congrats!
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Teresa Schultz Oct 24
Our Escape Room was a huge success! We had 97 students come through over two nights, and we sadly had to turn away about 30 students as well.
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Jennifer Hamilton Oct 20
🌪️🕐🐌🌈🦹‍♀️... the archive is coming ... 🌪️🕐🐌🌈🦹‍♀️
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Creative Commons Oct 24
It's no secret—we support 's Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (). Do you?
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Chris Bourg Oct 22
Really excited about the work is doing to create a path to open monographs
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Alexandra Gillespie Oct 22
This amazing exhibit - also online- prices the sources for one of my articles. I could not have written it without a library as good as UofT’s and librarians like Yayo. Which says much about hidden cost of knowledge in the digital era.
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White Rose Uni Press Oct 25
Some more stats for you, statto fans! Our fab British & Irish Orthoptic Journal is doing brilliantly! In only 20 months with us they've published 128 articles/case reports etc & their 4 most popular have had 5400 downloads/views combined! (1/2)
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Nicki Clarkson Oct 21
New blog post by me on our blog talking about open access and biscuits, the perfect combination
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Dr Maura Smale Oct 24
Thanks to my colleague for interviewing me about my experience with open access publishing. Happy Open Access Week!
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Jisc Oct 21
It's the start of 🙌 We've put together a whole heap of guides, resources, tips and member stories to get you inspired about all things
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Joshua Neds-Fox Oct 22
The best thing about openly licensed content is that you can reuse and remix it to extend its impact! Thanks ⁦⁩!
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MOLA Oct 25
Here’s another treat for you: we've made ‘Roman London’s first voices’, which details research into Britain’s largest, earliest and most significant collection of Roman waxed writing tablets, free to download from our website! 🆓📖
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Creative Commons Oct 25
Not only are these new icons from the pretty cool, but the story behind them is too. Plus, they're all in the public domain. 🙌
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MmIT group Oct 21
For we've collected some recent links and resources on the topic of Open Access - all are openly accessible. via
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Scientific Data Oct 23
The 2019 report is out! What are the attitudes & experiences of researchers working with open data today? Download the report now
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B. Chagun Basha Oct 23
📢This , delighted to have Prof. joining us. Very much looking forward to this important lecture and following interactions. Those who would like to join the event , please RSVP here: . Tune in for updates 🌐
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JSTOR Daily Oct 27
Poetry lovers take note: 's Independent Voices collection offers to literary magazines from the 60s, 70s, and 80s where you'll find gems by the likes of Audre Lorde, Bernadette Mayer, and John Ashbery. Check it out!
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Creative Commons Oct 21
Happy Monday! ☀️ Today is the start of Open Access Week, focusing on "equity in open knowledge." Follow and for resources and info, plus .🙌
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