Je bent verantwoordelijk voor een leerstoel of onderzoeksgroep en je wilt je mensen zeker stimuleren om in Open Access te publiceren – dat komt hun zichtbaarheid tenslotte alleen maar ten goede. Maar hoe kom je aan middelen om te betalen voor hun publicaties? Met een infographic en de vraag ‘Where are you’ probeert de UBU [...]
Micropasts: A community platform for conducting, designing and funding research into our human past
Micropasts is a web platform that brings together full-time archaeologists, archaeological societies and other interested members of the public to collaborate on new kinds of research about our human history. It is a place where archaeological enthusiasts not only can create high-quality [...]
Recently Shelter came to us asking for data on house prices across the UK to help them with some research in support of campaign on housing affordability.
This is a challenge we’re well suited to address, in fact a large fraction of the ScraperWiki team have scraped property price data for our own [...]
Open access supporters in Egypt will join International Open Access Week celebrations with the 6th annual global Open Access Week in Egypt from Oct 22 to 28.
Location Alexandria Egypt
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Monday 21 October 2013 – Open access to research is still held back by misunderstandings repeated by people who should know better, says Peter Suber.
Open access to academic research has never been a hotter topic. But it’s still held back by myths and misunderstandings repeated by people who should know better. The good news [...]
A Bibliography of Semitic Linguistics (1940-2010)Gregorio del Olmo Lete It seems obligatory at the beginning of this bibliography to set out its limits and justify its objectives. The aim of the bibliography is to collect and arrange systematically only those studies directly or mainly related to subjects of Semitic linguistics, namely, those centred on the [...]
The MedOANet project (Mediterranean Open Access Network – www.medoanet.eu) releases the Guidelines for implementing open access policies for research performing and research funding organizations. Aim of the Guidelines is the coordination of policy-development in the six Mediterranean countries that participate in the project (France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Turkey). They provide concise and targeted [...]