Saturday, January 01, 2005

table of contents

The Table of Contents is updated frequently. The post is backdated so that it does not appear with current posts.

Happy 2012 Open Access Movement! December 31, 2011 Dramatic Growth of Open Access

Open access to save costs for teaching and learning

Is the OJS simple statement of open access the best approach, or should we do away with academic copyright altogether

Why require attribution? A Creative Commons discussion item

Noncommercial means noncommercial: Creative Commons discussion

Journals with good Creative Commons models

Three pictures, one small gift, to everyone, with love

To everyone, with love

Scholarly communication for the 1%

Creative Commons, noncommercial and formats

Wiley annual report 2011: costs down, profits up

Articulating the commons: a leaderful approach

Creative Commons and noncommercial - CC version 4.0 discussion

Education is a public good - not a commercial activity

The challenges of success: dramatic growth of open access early year-end edition (2011)

Quality of commercial scholarly publishers: what role for the industry?

Dissension in the Open Access Ranks on CC Licenses and Strategies for Publishers
 
Beall's list of predatory open access publishers (my comments)

Confirming the Wellcome Trust's predictions about article process fee charges

Sage "choice": a critique


Thesis chapter two: scholarly communication in crisis

High profits for commercial publishers - or jobs for academics? Let's #occupyscholcomm 

Open Access Week message from / for the British Columbia Library Association

September 30, 2011 Dramatic Growth of Open Access 

Storing all personal data for "security" purposes: some things to think about

A scholar's notes: illustrating the value of re-use

OpenDOAR exceeds 2,000 repositories listed

Mendeley exceeds 100 million papers!

PMC growth: about one free fulltext per minute

STM submission to European Institute of Innovation and Technology: a critique

Open access, books and the royalty question: a research proposal

Let the competition begin! Dramatic Growth of Open Access June 30, 2011

Elsevier profits and faculty priorities

Mandating sustainability. Would Elsevier survive?

Advocacy strategies for open access to agricultural research

Why scholarship should never be a commodity!

Access Copyright: NOT a member

Open access: small victory over procrastination

Open access: definitions and major initiatives

Dramatic Growth of Open Access March 31, 2011

Those ACTIVE open access journals!


To everyone, with love (intended as a more permissions URL for CC licenses)
Three pictures, one small gift to everyone, with love (attempt to dedicate 3 pictures to the public domain)


Scholarly communication for the 1%

Creative commons, noncommercial and formats

Wiley annual report 2011: costs down, profits up

Articulating the commons: a leaderful approach

Creative Commons and noncommercial:  CC version 4.0 discussion

Education is a public good - not a commercial activity

The challenges of success: dramatic growth of open access early year-end edition


Quality of commercial scholarly publishing: what role for the industry?


Dissension in the open access ranks on CC licenses and strategy tips for publishers

Beall's list of predatory, open access publishers

Confirming the Wellcome Trust's predictions about open access article processing fees

Sage "choice": a critique

Thesis chapter two: scholarly communication in crisis

High profits for commercial publishers - or jobs for academics? Let's #occupyscholcomm

Open Access Week message (from  / for the British Columbia Library Association)

The dramatic growth of open access September 30, 2011

Storing all personal data for "security" purposes - some things to think about

A scholar's notes - illustrating the value of re-use

Full open access to scholarly monographs - suggesting a local library consortial approach

OpenDOAR exceeds 2,000 repositories!

Mendeley exceeds 100 million papers!

PMC growth - about 1 fulltext per minute

Peter Suber and the open access movement

STM submission to European Institute of Innovation & Technology: a critique

Open access, books and the royalty argument: a research proposal

Let the competition begin! Dramatic growth of open access June 30, 2011

Elsevier profits and faculty priorities

Mandating sustainability. Would Elsevier survive?

Advocacy strategies for open access to agricultural research

Why scholarship should never be a commodity!

Access copyright: NOT a member

Open access: small victory over procrastination

Open access: definitions and major initiatives

Dramatic growth of open access March 31, 2011

Those ACTIVE open access journals!

Review of Scholarly Communication for Librarians

NO to google books settlement - hurray for academics, access to knowledge and democracy!


Open thesis: draft introduction

Assessing new open access journals


The path to peace is through hearts and minds

Illustrating of the potential for saving with a global shift to open access

Tetrahedron article processing fee: overpriced. very

Core values of librarianship

Bill C-32 (Canada's Copyright Reform Act: Response from an OA Advocate)

Access Copyright insanity: possible solutions?

Nature Publishing Group and Scientific Reports: getting serious about open access competition

Hindawi 40% growth in submissions in 2010

PLoS ONE: now THE world's largest journal?

2010 Dramatic Growth of Open Access

Dramatic Growth of Open Access brief update: chart showing gold growth

Libraries: is this YOUR free cash? informa (Taylor & Francis) glowing picture for investors (economics 101)

December 11, 2010 early year-end edition


September 30, 2010 Dramatic Growth of Open Access

Full open access articles with 70% cost savings for libraries

Wiley open access moves: scholarly societies pushing for open access?

Of downloads and lemmings

Wanted: a don't-be-evil online music store

Open access advocacy for the procrastinator

Worlds of differences between publishers (economics 101)

Cultural Studies: for-profit journals cost up to 10 times more than not-for-profit

LIBER Keynote: The role of the research library in an emerging global public sphere (LIBER keynote)

Open Access for Canada - for Canadian impact

If we don't need to read the research results for a while - why not redirect the research funding?

American Psychological Association claims to pay for peer review. Should we send them a bill?

The dinosaurs roar, or, does the U.S. need an Outmoded Lab Equipment law?

The role of the research library in an emerging global public sphere (LIBER keynote)

Good works (social housing) in progress in Vancouver

Support for open access policy in Denmark

OA mandate at Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: June 30, 2010 (brief version)

Open Access Journals Support in Canada

On the wide disparity in publisher cost-efficiency

Open Access submission to Canada's Digital Economy Consultation

Anti-OA spin on Inside Higher Ed

The latest open access controversy: are we in the age of open access, or just on the verge?

Open access policies in Europe: David Prosser article

The journals of unfunded research

Food for all: letter to the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) urging open access

Springer (owner of BMC) did NOT sign the anti-FRPAA letter

Canada's Digital Economy Consultation: help vote up Open Access to Canadian Research

Private sector and long term responsibility for scholarly work? Nonsense!

On behalf of many: division within traditional publishers re anti-FRPAA lobbying

Canada's Digital Economy Consultation: some preliminary thoughts

Over 20% of the world's scholarly journals now open access! (Kudos to DOAJ)

Fair Use in the U.S. Economy: Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use

Elsevier 2009 $2 billion profits could fund worldwide OA at $1,383 per article

Wiley STM: 3rd quarter profits up 18%

Informa (Taylor & Francis etc.): profits up, majority renewing at previous high rates

Concordia University's open access mandate

The direct and indirect benefits of open access for the public

The global scope of the open access movement

DOAJ Media and Communication list: open data / open knowledge

International Communication Association on open access

Another reason why the world needs librarians

WorldCat rights and responsibilites for the OCLC Cooperative: comments

Ithaka Faculty Survey 2009: can a mail-based survey capture faculty leadership in adopting new models of scholarly communication?

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: March 31, 2010 edition

New homepage

U.S. systemic savings with a full shift to OA: $3.4 billion

ACTA. End the secrecy - democracy now!

Freedom for scholarship in the internet age: OCULA spotlight

Google Books - what if authors of new books want in?

New open access fund at SFU library

The scholar's copy

Notes for dramatic growth of open access

Slowing down to protect the incumbents - or speeding up to protect the earth?

ARL ACRL Scholarly Communication Institute webinar series

Google Books settlement: open access to my book chapters, please

arXiv business model development

For subscription journals: calculating open access success, and considering your options

Calculating compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy

Clarification re Health and Social Care in the Community and NIH compliance

Open Content Alliance (OCA) vs. Google Books: OCA as superior network and better fit for an emerging global public sphere

Open and evolving scholarship

Response to STM response to US Scholarly Publishing Roundtable

The peculiar practice of democracy? in America

PubMedCentral Canada up and available for searching

Strong open access growth reported by Hindawi

Policy Forum on Public Access to Federally Funded Research: Management

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: Dec. 31, 2009 New Year's Eve Edition

Policy Forum on Public Access to Federally Funded Research: Features and Technology

U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy Forum on Public Access to Federally Funded Research: Implementation

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: December 11, 2009 early year-end edition

Open access to the public domain

University of Ottawa among North Americans leaders in open access

Open access and open education for development

Virginia Libraries: Review of Scholarly Communication for Librarians

In the works as of November 2009

Will google survive google books? Reflections from a friend

Scholarly communication for librarians: catalogued and in circulation!

Research brief: library savings from full flip to OA

Dramatic growth of open access: September 30, 2009

PLoS article-level metrics: substantial value-add for authors

Mass Digitization: Open Content Alliance is the right approach

Compact for Open Access Publishing Equity: a key step in the transition to OA

Taylor and Francis first half results 2009: academic information revenue up 25%, and, are shareholders more interested in OA than T & F?

Housekeeping: study leave / e-mail address change 2009-10

Scholarly communication class: open educational resources

Please join me for ALCTS webinar September 23

Cost per page for HSS journals varies by 15-fold

Humanities and social sciences: thoughts towards transition to OA

Canadian copyright consultation

Michael Smith Foundation adopts strong OA policy

SCOAP3: a key library leadership opportunity in the transition to open access

Open Access Journals Support in Canada: new research project in planning

The benefits of open collaboration from the start!

Beyond PDF. XML is better.

Corrected URL: open access chapter, Scholarly Communication for Librarians

PubMedCentral Canada partnership announced

The Dramatic Growth of PLoS One: soon-to-be world's largest journal
Beyond PDF. XML is better.

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: June 30, 2009

Two chapters of Scholarly Communication for Librarians are now open access

Enhancing the debate on open access: knowledge is for all, not just researchers

The Open Access imperative and education

WolframAlpha: glimpse of the future

Michael Geist's creative open access initiative!

Heather's April-May 2009 presentations

Vancouver enters the age of the open city

University of Calgary Library Faculty Open Access Mandate

ERIC adds 192,000 free fulltext from its microfiche collection

Canadian Health Services Research Foundation Open Access Policy

Open Sesame to the Digital World - an open access school library.

Free access to the Cochrane Library for Canada

Don't leave Canada behind: open letter to Canadian government from Canadian researchers.

Ontario contributes $4.7 million more to lab of Toronto-based open access researcher Aled Edwards

Dramatic Growth of Open Access March 31, 2009

Growing Canadian membership in DOAJ!.

Usage-based pricing and open access as a catalyst for change

Open Access Journals: Around the World, and Top OA Journal Countries

Canadian Research Knowledge Network looking for expressions of interest in supporting major OA initiative in physics

Open Access policy development - some thoughts on process

Canada, let's fix the open access policy loophole BEFORE we harmonize.

Towards PubMedCentral Canada: update.

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Supports Open Access Resources.

Two calls for open access from Québec.

Who Knows Where the Next Great Idea will come from? Why open access to the world's knowledge is a great boon in tough times.

Wiley revenues increase 36% in 2008

An Open Net Means Open Opportunity

National Film Board Makes Films Free Online

Will Canada seize the lead in the open access movement in the history books - or cede to the U.S.?

Michael Geist calls on Canadian government to implement open access policies

OpenDOAR Exceeds 1,300!

Scholarly Publishers Recognize the Usefulness of Institutional Repositories

Molecular Biology of the Cell, or Why Open Access by Article Processing Fees Sometimes Just Makes Sense

December 31, 2008 Dramatic Growth of Open Access - Happy New Year, Open Access!

Re: should university presses adopt an OA model?

Dramatic Growth of Open Access Early Annual Edition December 11, 2008

Scroll: Essays on the Design of Electronic Text

Bioline International: Supporting Quality Open Access Publishing in the Developing World

Cost-Free Open Data with Google and Amazon

Drop print to save money, with print-on-demand for those who like print

Scholarly Society Memberships: a Cost-Free Way to Support Scholarly Societies AND Open Access

Essential Efficiencies

Pre-Submission Peer Review to Reduce Journal Costs

Comments on EU Green Paper: Copyright in the Knowledge Economy

Who benefits from the University of Calgary Open Access Authors' Fund?

Heather Morrison: Speaker Biography - Open Access and Scholarly Communications

Should university presses adopt an OA model for all of their scholarly books?

The trouble with metrics (for scholarship)

CLA announces new open access interest group

Announcing the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association

Competing in the open access environment: will the smalls have the advantage?

Springer to acquire BioMedCentral: major milestone in transition to open access.


NIH Compliance Rate Triples So Far With Mandatory Policy!


Open Access Service Charges: Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences

Twice as much gold OA articles in 2008 as in 2006!

Open Access - refining the definition: work versus process

ibelieveinopen.ca

Housekeeping: Dramatic Growth of Open Access Release Dates

PubMedCentral Canada (PMC) Initiative

CANLII - Legal open access database - is the most frequently used electronic resource by Canadian lawyers!

Copyright Transfer: Not Necessarily a Condition for Publication (Taylor & Francis)

Beautiful Butterfly: Quick Lesson in Creative Commons

Sherpa RoMEO: even white is looking very green!

Society for Reproduction and Fertility Free Access: A Good Model

DOAJ over 200,000 searchable articles!

Danielle Dennie and Librarian Activist.Org

Thinking about Prestige, Quality, and Open Access

Meet Pam Ryan

Tracey Lauriault

Meet Hugh McGuire

Epilepsia: Free public access for NIH; charges for Wellcome authors

Wiley Online Open: Why Print-Based Costs?

The American Journal of Transplantation will deposit all articles in PMC!

DOAJ growth rate nearly doubles in the past year

Open Access in Canada: College and Research Libraries News article

Open Access Institutional Memberships: Innovations at PLoS and Hindawi

RSS feeds for mostly-OA/free sites

Elsevier Profits: $1,750 per minute - and growing?

Forthcoming and in the works August 2008

Digital Rights Management: Should it be Legal, and What About Consumer Warnings?

Oxford University Press Deposits NIH-Funded Articles into PMC

IJPE: Open Access - Gratis and Libre

What Authors Want: To Retain Copyright

Copyright remains yours: ALPSP License to Publish, 2000

Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) recommends copyright retention!

Kudos to Oxford: Transitioning to Open Access

Noteworthy Dramatic Growth July 2008: PMC and RoMEO

National Research Council OA Mandate begins January 2009

Indian Institutes of Science Director favors open archives approach to OA

Scientific Commons exceeds 20 million items

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: correction to growth rate

Open Access Class 2008: Final Projects

NIH Public Access Policy instructions posted prominently on PubMed home page!

The Dramatic Growth of Open Access: June 30, 2008

Three forthcoming OA policies announced at ELPUB

Richard Poynder Interviews Leslie Chan

STM Issues Statement on Digital Copyright Exceptions: A Great Case for Authors' Rights!

STM Response to Science Foundation Ireland's OA Consultation: Critique

Put yourself in the patient's shoes: no embargoes to medical research

Knowledge, now! or, Why We Cannot Afford Embargoes

Please stand against the Canadian DMCA

CLA/ABC Position Statement on Open Access for Canadian Libraries

Free Government Pubs, from the BC Legislature Library

Canadian Association of Research Libraries calls for Canadian OA Mandate

Authors Rights Negotiations Research

Open Access Permissions: Research Idea

American Competes Act and Open Access

Hypothesis: decline in author submissions if no self-archiving allowed

Open Access Research Questions

CLA Position Statement on Open Access for Canadian Libraries

PubMedCentral Journals: Baseline Data

The Open Access Reserves List

PubMed: Free and Open Access: Limits to Unlimited!

PubMed: More than a Quarter Free

Open Access Publishing Using OJS: How Fast?

Free to Read: Great for Business!

Jim Till on the IRCSET policy

40 new titles added to PubMedCentral in last 60 days!

Creative Commons Licenses for Open Access

Open Doors and Open Minds

Access to knowledge: promoting user access as a central objective of copyright law

Open Access for the Australian Medical Librarian

Open Access Class Syllabus Posted

An Author's Letter to go with the Addendum

EBSCO's Free Database: GreenFILE

Open Notebook Science: Open Access, and Beyond

Issues in Scholarly Communications Class

Jumpstarting the Public Sphere: Information Policy in the 21st Century

Dean Giustini on Canadian Leadership in the Open Access Movement

Responses to Library and Archives Canada's Canadian Digital Information Strategy

A Celebration of Research and Scholarship at Kwantlen University College

Glen Newton suggests an additional criterion to the definition of open access

More baseline data from PubMed

European Universities Association(EUA) urges universities to develop clear strategies to advance open access

The library as publisher: an emerging norm

JOVE: the Journal of Visualized Experiments

The Dramatic Growth of Open Access March 31, 2008 Edition

Over 400 journals participating in PubMedCentral March 30, 2008

Cancer Literature: 13% Free

Net neutrality in Canada

Canadian urgent action item: demand net neutrality now!

Save money: shelter the homeless

York University Library: Another Canadian Leader in the Open Access Movement

Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences: Official Harvard Citation

Editorial Peer Review: Largely Untested, Effects Uncertain

Neuroopthalmology research: for human health - or publisher profit?

2008 Open Access Class

Open Access: Roles for the Aggregators

Taking the plunge: from print to online open access

American Society of Civil Engineers and Open Access

Hindawi Publishing Charges: Range, Median / Mode, Average

Less than 10% of open access journals in Psychology charge an article processing fee

The Access Gap in British Columbia

High Energy Physics Goes Open Access

2008 Summer Digital Humanities

Library and Archives Canada: Public Responses to Canadian Digital Information Strategy

Create Change Canada

No to Author's Rights? Let your Librarian Know!

civicaccess.ca

The Plagiarist, and Aiming for Obscurity

Aiming for Obscurity: Definitional Post

nowpublishing.com and Authors Advantages

Journals, if you are Authors' Rights Friendly - Let Everyone Know!

Whither white, fair RoMEO?

Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences Adopts Open Access Mandate

Happy Birthday, BOAI! and, confirmation of the acceleration of growth of DOAJ

Canada Revenue Agency, open access, and guidelines for charitable research

Hilde Colenbrander and an open access cIRcle at UBC

Combining Subscriptions and Open Access

Why I am an open access advocate

Oxford Open: a Model for Transitioning to Open Access

Canadians for Fair Copyright Update

Canada moves towards open goverment

Unanimous OA Recommendations from the European University Association

Kudos to Penn State for Open Access Books Experiment

Students for open access and open textbooks

SCOAP3, Accreditation, and Access to Research Laboratories

LIBR 559L: Issues in Scholarly Communications

RRRESEARCH: UBC Leadership in Open Source Science

Director of Open Access Journals: 4 3/4 Stars (of 5)

NIH and European Research Council OA Mandates

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: Dec. 31, 2007 Update

NIH Public Access Mandate Made Law

Francis Ouellette named one of 6 Franklin Awards finalists

Over 500 Open Access Sites

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: 2007 Interim Report and Predictions for 2008

Directory of Open Access Journals: Already the World's Biggest Big Deal?

National open access journal subsidy

DOAJ: 80 new titles in the last 30 days

Open Access and Accessibility for the Print Disabled

Is the Canadian Journal of Anesthesia Asleep?

Open Access: Back to Basics

The Usefulness of OA, or Yet Another Potential Positive Cycle

Pilot Project to Provide Open Access to NRC Publications

Canadian Digital Information Strategy and Open Access

Rethinking Collections and Transitioning to Open Access: First Monday

Open Access as an Unprecedented Public Good: Presentation

The Canadian Library Association congratulates CIHR on its open access policy

Full OA is a reasonable position, plus, compromise takes two!

Would a bold politician speak up for an unprecedented public good?

Opposition to open access continues, while anti-OA coalition attempt implodes

Flipping Journals Subscriptions to Open Access

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: September 30, 2007 Update

Stephen's Web

Libraries and Public Access to Information: CLA 1994

Access to any or all sources of information; a matter of ethics (CLA 1976)

CLA Commitment to "Open Availability to Information" - from 1987

Open Access Fun Guerilla Activism, or How to Hijack that STM Conference

WIPO Launches New Agenda on IP and Development

From interlibrary loans to institutional repository department: a natural transition

Canadian Journal of Sociology Goes OA

PRISM: Not Ready for Peer Review

60% OA Track Record for Successful Grantees

People's Open Access Education Initiative

UN General Assembly passes a Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples, despite Canada's opposition.

Michael Geist: New Research Policy a Victory for Open Access

British Columbia Library Association Congratulates CIHR on Open Access to Research Outputs policy

Canadian Institutes of Health Research Series Links to IJPE posts on the CIHR OA policy.

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: Inclusion Criteria

More kudos for CIHR!

Kudos for CIHR Open Access to Research Outputs Policy

DOAJ: Strong Growth, and Understanding the Numbers

Jim Till: Be Openly Accessible or Be Obscure

Canada's CIHR: 31st to Adopt a Green OA Self-Archiving Mandate.

Open Access Policy: Let's Put the Public Good First!

Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Policy on Access to Research Outputs

On PubMedCentral, by PubMedCentral

Heather's peer review rates: from free to $5,000 per article

More on PRISM: what will the academics do?

Save the Millionaires

Dear Senator

A Beautiful Backfire?

LIS Literature and the Gold Road

Open Notebook Science and Malaria

Publishers and "their" articles

PRISM: Latest Anti-OA Lobbying Effort

Open, Digital Scholarly Publishing at Athabasca University Press

Open Access: Quick Stats, Fast Facts

Catalog Record for IJPE

CARL SPARC Author's Addendum Tips

CARL and SPARC offer Canadian authors new tool to widen access to published articles

NIH Public Access Policy: Is the Funding for an Open Access Transition Already There?

E-LIS: the Open Archive for Library and Information Science

Canada: Let's Focus on Sharing

Oxford: Traditional Publisher Illustrates Leadership in Transition to Open Access

A Victory for the Commons: Monsanto Patents Rejected!

Needed: Open Access Open Science

1,000 Journals Using Open Journal Systems (OJS)

Are open access journals ten times more likely to survive?

Dramatic Growth of Open Access June 2007 Update.

Canadian Library Association Moves Open Access

datalibre.ca

Atlantic Provinces Library Association supports Open Access Publishing!

A potential positive cycle: more access, more funds

Does Open Access correlate with quality and recency?

pc4peace and Free Geek

Open Access Class

Open Data for the Layperson

Open Access Policy Update

Free Online Access to Digital Mapping Data

SSHRC Aid to Open Access Journals

Dramatic Growth: March 31, 2007 Update and Open Data Edition

Coming April 24: the IDRC Digital Library

Opening up Research: Start Before the Beginning

European Commission: Update and Reflection

Publishing software, publisher independence, and open access

Polimetrica Publishing Open Access Manifesto

Publisher Best Practices - or Not

University Presses, Open Access, and Reallocation of Funds

Scenarios for paying for OA

Canada: the Time has Come to Prioritize Open Access! (Michael Geist)

Elsevier Revenue to Open Access

Open Access, Scholarly Communications, and the Processing Fee Model

BC Libraries Support DOAJ!

Scholarly Publishing: High Quality at Low Cost

Year-End Investments Towards Open Access

The Ouellette Declaration

The British Columbia Library Association Resolution on Open Access

Stop fighting the inevitable - and free funds for open access!

Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL): Canadian Leader in Open Access

Dramatic Growth December 2006 & Predictions 2007

The Newer the Journal, the More Likely it is Open Access

Ulrich's and DOAJ: an idea

Transitioning to Open Access: Beyond Fear of Change

Linda Hutcheon: a Democratized Diffusion of Knowledge

John Willinsky and the Public Knowledge Project

Canadian Leadership in the Open Access Movement: Budapest

That day has arrived, and Canada must seize it (more on CIHR)

CIHR draft policy: the leadership needed to overcome gridlock

Response to CHRS Consultation on Draft Policy on Access to Research Outputs

Open Access and the Cost of Publishing

Chemists Without Borders Open Chemistry Position Statement

Draft Policy on Access to CIHR-Funded Research October 11, 2006

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: September 2006 Update

Pre-Submission Peer Review: Transitioning to Open Access

From buying to producing: transitioning to open access

Transitioning to open access

Transitioning to open access series

Dramatic progress in the adoption of OA self-archiving mandates

Economics of Open Access Publishing: Another Look

Dramatic Growth (OAIster): July 20th Brief Update

Dramatic Growth June 2006

Ubiquitous Knowledge: A Vision

Open Access: the Membership Fee Subsidy Model

Heather's Bio on Chemists Without Borders

Defeat the Evil Captain Copyright!


Captain Copyright Demystified



The Financial Folly of Pay-Per-View, for the Funder

FRPAA: some benefits and cost savings for the U.S. taxpayer.

Necessity is

the mother of invention: open access, the developing world, and the cost-efficient solution


Peer Review in the Google Age: Transcript

Open Access: to Leverage the Research Dollar

Open Access: to Help the Helpers

Open Access Archiving Maillist

Open Access and the Copyright Collective

The Dramatic Growth of Open Access: March 31, 2006 Update

Open Access: Transformative Change. An Open Letter to the President and Members of the American Chemical Society

Beyond Peer Review: Collaboration

Blogging Courses: English Lit

R & D and Library Spending

Open Access to the Medical Literature

Peer Review, Research Funders, and - When?

Peer Review: Not for the Peers?

Peer Review and Replication: A Tale of Two Experiments

Toward a Vision for Scholarship and Communications

Blogger Lab Notebook

Best blog title so far!

The Value of Style

Peter Suber on Unauthorized Translations

Unauthorized translations: differing views on intellectual property

The Dramatic Growth of Open Access: Dec. 31, 2005 Update and 2006 Predictions

Open Access Textbooks

Michael Eisen's Open Science Blog

The elusive art of costing (institutional repositories)Dec. 14, 2005

Make internet an election issue Dec. 2005

Without the Risk

Open Access and the Organizational Impact Advantage: An Hypothesis

Scholars, Professionals, and the Value of Knowledge

The Impossible Assignment, and the Research Question

What if?

Royal Society of Chemistry: Position Statement on Open Access

Freedom Under Attack: A Song, A Healing Process, and Intellectual Property Law Nov. 14, 2005

New blog...Announcing OA Librarian Nov. 9, 2005

Canada Telecom Policy: Urgent Action Item Nov. 6, 2005

SSHRC Consultation on Open Access: Response Oct. 30, 2005

Immediate Open Access: Every Step of the Way Oct. 14, 2005

A Delightful Irony Oct. 14, 2005

Until we all have institutional repositories: an idea for the transition Oct. 9, 2005

:: Info Commons.ca :: website and listserv Oct. 5, 2005

In the Public Interest: The Future of Canadian Copyright Oct. 5, 2005

Wellcome Trust Mandate in Effect (SSHRC Consultation Oct. 2, 2005

SSHRC Open Access Consultation: Oct. 31 Deadline! Oct. 1, 2005

Open Access: Good for Business! Sept. 28, 2005

Open Access, Funding Agencies, and Incentives Sept. 25, 2005

Usage Statistics as an Economic Factor in Scholarly Communications Sept. 12, 2005

Embracing the Medium 2 Sept. 10, 2005

Open Access: For Maximum Value, Share With All Sept. 5, 2005

Open Access, Terrorism, and the Nonviolent Example Sept. 3, 2005

Open Letter on RCUK Position Statement on Access to Research Outputs Aug. 29, 2005

Embracing the Medium: 1 Aug. 27, 2005

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: Revised Update Aug. 20, 2005

The Institutional Repository as a Boom for the Print Disabled Aug. 18, 2005

Open Peer Review: A Model & An Invitation Aug. 15, 2005

Open Access and Peer Review: Time and Cost Savings Aug. 13, 2005

The Institutional Repository, the Author & the Academy Aug. 11, 2005

University of Guyana Library Flood Relief / Open Access Analysis Aug. 7, 2005

An open access model with potential to facilitate global economic stability and equity Aug. 5, 2005

Publisher Best Practices for Self-Archiving Authors: 4.5 Stars for Haworth Press Aug. 5, 2005

Publisher Best Practices for Self-Archiving Authors Aug. 5, 2005

Promoting Open Access Aug. 5, 2005

Is Poetic Economics Catching On? Aug. 5, 2005

Librarians and Open Access Aug. 3, 2005

Our Homes Are Bleeding Digital Collection / Collection numérique Nos foyers saignent Aug. 2, 2005

Mediation as an Intellectual Freedom Issue July 31, 2005

Chemistry and Open Access July 31, 2005

Imaginary Journal of High-End Chemistry July 31, 2005

OA & Collaborative Research and Writing July 30, 2005

About the Imaginary Journal of Poetic Economics July 30, 2005

In Lieu of Flowers: An Open Letter to the American Association of Cancer Research July 17, 2005

Tip for Publishers: Authors' Final Copy July 12, 2005

Resources & Tips for Publishers

Creative Globalization

Question from SSHRC June 23, 2005

Peer Review

Chemistry and the Public Interest

Changing Roles of Librarians March 18, 2005

This post reflects my personal opinion only and does not represent the opinions or policy of the BC Electronic Library Network or the Simon Fraser University Library.

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