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EFF Jan 16
It's time for the US government to adopt a strong open access policy.
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Michael Eisen Jan 21
The US government is weighing a policy that would make the results of US government funded research immediately freely available to everyone. But it's facing fierce opposition. Show your support for by adding your name to this open letter.
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Michael Eisen Jan 23
if everyone who signed our open letter supporting new US zero embargo open access policy could get 1,000 friends to sign as well, we'll hit a million in no time
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Kaitlyn Vitez Jan 16
. and the want our doctors, professors, researchers, and fellow students to have free to the latest taxpayer-funded research. We need !
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eLife - the journal Jan 17
We believe that free and open access to research has the potential to revolutionise the scientific enterprise. For that reason, we've joined with other publishers and societies to support the proposed White House policy regarding federally funded research.
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Michael Eisen Jan 20
One of the great travesties of modern science is that the public are denied access to the results and benefits of science their tax dollars support. If you want to change this support and add your name here:
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Brian Nosek Jan 24
Apology letter from for signing the AAP letter opposing open access. Thank you to the APS leadership for reconsidering this position and taking action. Hopefully other societies will follow this example.
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Ashley Farley Aug 26
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Tanner Fadero Feb 1
Replying to @TanFad
Wow this post is blowing up! Here are some ways to read restricted science literature: Open Access Button: arXiv / bioRxiv: / Sci-hub: Unpaywall:
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Brandon Butler Jan 16
Hi, ! I support because I work in university libraries, and it’s crazy that we pay *three times* for research—we pay the authors, then the peer reviewers/editors, and then we needlessly pay the publisher to get back all the work we already paid for. Sad!
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Chris Bourg Jul 22
next generation will need to be able to say "I got the same education as you, but for free, because Open Access" ....
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Nicole Allen Jan 16
The results of taxpayer-funded research should be from day one. It's good for business, good for healthcare, good for education...and it just makes sense. It's high time for !
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Matt Might Jan 21
Patients and scientists: THIS IS NOT A DRILL. The White House is considering requiring open access to all taxpayer-funded research. Please sign to let The White House know that you strongly support this transformational initiative:
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Quantitative Science Studies Jan 17
We are happy that our publisher has signed this letter to , supporting immediate open access of articles published in scholarly journals
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Juliya Ziskina Dec 19
Knowledge is a public good, and timely access to research saves lives. It’s time for . Awesome work as always, !
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Authors Alliance May 11
We responded to the voicing our support for making results of federally funded research immediately available for the public to freely access and use. Thanks to & Kennedy Smith of for excellent help w/ our comment.
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Jeff MacKie Mason Jan 23
UC Announcing open access agreements with and . Partnership with society publishers and native open access publishers is part of the UC open access quest. ACM -> JMIR ->
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Jeroen Sondervan Feb 19
So, this is actually happening! 🙏🏽🙏🏽 The White House asks for feedback on the plans for ensuring for federally funded research outputs.
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Vicky Steeves (joinmastodon.org) Dec 21
ACM: we don't like the because stakeholder feedback! Also ACM: didn't solicit stakeholder feedback before signing terrible letter against *Headdesk
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Chris Bourg May 1
I was one of the invited participants, and while we all agreed to a confidential conversation, I can say that I am grateful to for pulling this diverse group together, and that I left the convo hopeful about progress towards
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