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Peter Suber Feb 19
The White House OSTP () just called for public comments on US federal policy (for texts, data, & code). Comments are due on March 16. Refs to immediate/unembargoed OA suggest that it's related to the rumored action.
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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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SPARC Feb 19
Listen up! If you truly want , please consider providing detailed, thoughtful comments to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy through their new Request for Information (RFI) process - open till March 16th here:
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Chris Bourg Feb 14
Roses are red, Violets are blue, Research outputs should be open, Articles, code, and data too.
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Chris Bourg Feb 14
Replying to @mchris4duke
Roses are red, Calla lilies are white, You did the work, So keep your copyright!
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SPARC Feb 12
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Elaine L Westbrooks 19h
I have a few thoughts about this...
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UC Berkeley Library Feb 19
🚨 OPEN ACCESS ALERT! 🚨🙌 has entered an agreement with , a leading native open access publisher. For UC researchers, the deal makes publishing in journals: 🔓 Easier 🔓 More affordable 🔓 Sustainable
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PsgMxCiencias Feb 18
OSTP Request for Information: Public Access to Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Publications, Data and Code Resulting From Federally Funded Research Executive order for
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Heather Joseph Feb 15
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Michelle Reed Feb 19
Who is working on drafting parties?!
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Hans de Jonge Feb 19
The is seeking input on approaches for ensuring broad public access to the peer-reviewed scholarly publications, data, and code. Deadline March 16.
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Lenny Teytelman Feb 19
Folks: is seeking comments on a mandate for immediate OA. Subscription publishers will surely submit "please let us enjoy our 30%-40% margins for many more years" comments. Don't let theirs be the main voices! Please comment & share!
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Günter Waibel Feb 19
You know you owe it to , your fellow citizen and to science to help advise on public access to peer reviewed scholarly publications - here’s how you can:
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Scholarly Communication Feb 12
In the US, there are rumors of a new federal zero-embargo OA policy under consideration.
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Creative Commons 12h
✍️🧐 Have your say on " to the peer-reviewed scholarly publications, data, and code that result from federally funded scientific research." This Request for Information (RFI) ends on March 16! Link below.
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Nidhi Subbaraman Feb 18
The White House Office of Science and Tech Policy says it's held nearly 100 meetings over the last two years on the topic of open science and access to code and data from federally funded research. For those watching
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ResearchRabbit 🐇 Beta 2.0 Feb 11
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Heather Joseph Feb 19
If you care about ensuring to the outputs of taxpayer funded research in the U.S., now is your chance to make your voice heard. Please reposed to the new White House call for public comments -
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Robert Kiley Feb 13
"Information critical to health should no longer be held hostage by arcane publishing practices " A call from 66 national patient and disease advocacy organizations for a strong US policy.
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