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Australasian Open Access Strategy Group. Info, advocacy & discussion on OA & innovation with focus on AU & NZ. Tweets mainly by
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AOASG Sep 24
There's been a significant impact in engagement in the short time these funders have been Open: Tom Ingraham
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AOASG Sep 24
Hybrid journals responsible for massive UK APC spending increases: Tom Ingraham
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Steven Chang Sep 24
Depressing fact noted at webinar today: "US$28,000,000,000 p/year spent on pre-clinical research that is not reproducible" Highlights the need for a culture of and publishing.
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AOASG Sep 24
Features of Open research platforms like & provide trust and established reputation which researchers can rely on: Tom Ingraham
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AOASG Sep 24
Plan S will ensure that every single article funded will be published OA with no embargo AND supports banning of hybrid journals: Tom Ingraham
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AOASG Sep 24
Continuing pressure to publish in highly selective non-OA journals, wasted grant funds and fixation with single metrics are all problems funders are facing now: Tom Ingraham
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AOASG Sep 24
Many funders are facing slow uptake of OA publishing and spiraling APC costs and patchy compliance: Tom Ingraham
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AOASG Sep 24
DON'T PANIC - you can still register for today's webinar presented by Thomas Ingraham: Funder-based open publishing platforms: are they the future?
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HealthHack Australia Sep 22
Everything that was developed at HealthHack 2018 (and all other years) is available on our github for anyone to use. Everything that comes to is a problem that affects others which we try to solve for.
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Susan Shrubb Sep 23
Very interesting, thoughtful stream on Thanks for sharing.
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Tuwhera Open Access Sep 23
Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA) makes some important points on Plan S, e.g. "FOAA is concerned that a cap may simply set a new higher price point for APCs to which publishers will be drawn, increasing the costs to funders and institutions."
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Tohatoha Sep 23
This is the week for Open Data Meetups with and in Dunedin (Sept 26), Christchurch (Sept 27) and Wellington (Sept 28) Go to our Facebook page for all sign-up details and we'll look forward to seeing you there!
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AOASG Sep 23
The Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA) on Plan S
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SciELO Sep 21
Replying to @pkp
SciELO in Perspective: " and SciELO announce development of open source Preprint Server system"
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ACU Library Sep 23
Welcome to at ACU! What is ORCID? A barcode for researchers that distinguishes you and your research activities from all other researchers, so YOU get the credit for YOUR work.
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AOASG Sep 20
Good to see >> "in the field of poverty-related disease, most researchers have already made the switch from paywalled to OA publishing with more than two-thirds of the scholarly papers on PRDs now available in OA."
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qld_oic Sep 20
Australia and New Zealand’s Information Access Commissioners join together in support of International Right to Know Day
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FAIR Sep 11
Our Truth Integrity Knowledge campaign for 2019 will focus on why librarianship is one of the most trusted professions in Australia & how people working in libraries promote the free flow of info & ideas in the interests of all Australians
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Juan Pablo Alperin Sep 20
Excited to see the beginning of a new relationship with . OJS has been useful to support their business, and now Ubiquity has committed to contribute back to the for the whole community to benefit. Perfect!
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AOASG Sep 20
Whether or not you agree with Sci-Hub or not, this is worth a read. Then redouble efforts to make 100% of the literature legally OA. via
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