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Australasian Open Access Strategy Group. Info, advocacy & discussion on OA etc w/focus on AU & NZ. Tweets mainly by Photo:James Sutton/Unsplash
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We have collected information this for this region, but it's not in a pretty format. If anyone has capacity to work with us to turn it into a useful format, we'd love to hear from you!
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Ben Marwick Jan 14
Open data is becoming the default in the Earth sciences: will require that authors of papers in Earth sciences make supporting data available to others through community repositories. Time for funders & institutions to catch up!
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Biⓐnca Kramer Jan 17
Open access publications getting extra weight in new Finnish funding allocation model for universities. Interesting... esp as this also amplifies the relative weight attached to the publication venue (as expressed in the 'publication indicator')
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Robert Kiley Jan 3
The have published an RFI to explore the feasibility of developing a software tool capable of assessing whether the research outputs produced by our researchers are . See: Response deadline: Feb 28 2019 Any questions,
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AOASG Jan 17
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AOASG Jan 17
Article on OA infrastructure mentioned in the
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AOASG Jan 17
Thanks! and very grateful to for hosting now
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JCU Library Jan 17
support and Australian Research Reflecting on 2018 and looking forward to 2019
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Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) Jan 17
Still time to register for . Plus the great selection of workshops on 4th Feb. Sessions on software curation, supporting data management in academic institutions, FAIR data in ecoscience and digital preservation carpentry, +more! Register:
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Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) Jan 17
RT : Join our workshop organised by experts from , , and Info and registration via
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New Zealand Open Research Network Jan 15
We now have a Google Group for discussion amongst NZ open researchers! Join here: You can also join us and our friends across the Tasman in the Australia/New Zealand slack workspace by filling out this survey
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Peter Suber Jan 16
Harvard and MIT recommend that expand the green option.
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Jeroen Sondervan Jan 2
So, here's the big news! is thrilled to present the project : the new for , , & Studies. To launch in early 2019 on the platform. Information: RT highly appreciated!
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aimee whitcroft Jan 16
Welcome to the latest people on the map (literally!) :) I'm seeing a lot of NZ and Aussie goodness here :D International friends - you're so welcome to join, too! , , , , ,
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Hilda Bastian Jan 16
2018 was a turning point for open access: funders & universities drew new lines in the sand; publishers "went ballistic". My month-by-month roundup of an action-packed year: | New post
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Fiona Fidler Dec 7
Australasian Interdisciplinary Meta-Research and Open Science meeting 7-8 Nov 2019, The University of Melbourne
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Lenny Teytelman Jan 16
Science journalists, is access to research papers ever a problem for you? (if you can also reply to this, that will help to strengthen the result, instead of just anonymous votes)
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UC San Diego Library Scholarly Communication Jan 15
CFP reminder for FSCI2019, FORCE11’s annual scholarly communication institute
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Authors Alliance Jan 14
Authors: Did you publish a work between 1981-1994? The window may now be open to notify your publisher of your intent to terminate the transfer of your rights. You might be able to make your work available in new ways! Visit to learn more.
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ASAPbio Jan 15
A new OSF server for ecology, evolution and conservation:
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