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Open is a state of mind 10 Jul 2013 | 09:16 pm

English: William Henry Fox Talbot’s ‘The Open Door’ (Photo credit: Wikipedia) “Open source” is not a verb Nathan Yergler via John Wilbanks I often return to the question of what “Open” means and wh...

Guest Post – The Open Access Button 6 Jul 2013 | 06:01 pm

Open Access logo designed by the Public Library of Science (Photo credit: Wikipedia) This is a guest post from Joseph McArthur and David Carroll. They have an idea and they’re looking for your help t...

Chapter, Verse, and CHORUS: A first pass critique 7 Jun 2013 | 07:40 pm

The Association of American Publishers have launched a response to the OSTP White House Executive Order on public access to publicly funded research. In this they offer to set up a registry or system ...

Chapter, Verse, and CHORUS: A first pass critique 7 Jun 2013 | 07:40 pm

And this is the chorus This is the chorus It goes round and around and gets into your brain This is the chorus A fabulous chorus And thirty seconds from now you’re gonna to hear it again This is the ...

The bravery of librarians 21 May 2013 | 02:09 am

Two things caught my attentions over the past few days. The first was the text of a Graduation Address from Dorothea Salo to the graduating students of the Library and Information Sciences Program at ...

The bravery of librarians 21 May 2013 | 02:09 am

Two things caught my attentions over the past few days. The first was the text of a Graduation Address from Dorothea Salo to the graduating students of the Library and Information Sciences Program at ...

What’s the right model for shared scholarly communications infrastructure? 13 Apr 2013 | 11:48 pm

There have been a lot of electrons spilled over the Elsevier Acquisition of Mendeley. I don’t intend to add too much to that discussion but it has provoked for me an interesting train of thought which...

What’s the right model for shared scholarly communications infrastructure? 13 Apr 2013 | 11:48 pm

There have been a lot of electrons spilled over the Elsevier Acquisition of Mendeley. I don’t intend to add too much to that discussion but it has provoked for me an interesting train of thought which...

OA and the UK Humanities & Social Sciences: Wrong risks and missed opportunities 12 Dec 2012 | 04:43 pm

Someone once said to me that the best way to get researchers to be serious about the issue of modernising scholarly communications was to let the scholarly monograph business go to the wall as an obje...

OA and the UK Humanities & Social Sciences: Wrong risks and missed opportunities 12 Dec 2012 | 04:43 pm

Someone once said to me that the best way to get researchers to be serious about the issue of modernising scholarly communications was to let the scholarly monograph business go to the wall as an obje...

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