ATG News & Announcements 10/23/20

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– ATG News & Announcements 10/23/20 –

Initiative for Open Abstracts

According to this announcement the Initiative for Open Abstracts “is a collaboration between scholarly publishers, infrastructure organizations, librarians, researchers and other interested parties to advocate and promote the unrestricted availability of the abstracts of the world’s scholarly publications, particularly journal articles and book chapters, in trusted repositories where they are open and machine-accessible. I4OA calls on all scholarly publishers to open the abstracts of their published works, and where possible to submit them to Crossref.”


Consumer Reports Study Finds Marketplace Demand for Privacy and Security

InfoDOCKET notes that “American consumers are increasingly concerned about privacy and data security when purchasing new products and services, which may be a competitive advantage to companies that take action towards these consumer values, a new Consumer Reports study finds…”


Free to Use and Reuse: Autumn and Halloween Photographs and Prints

The Library of Congress Blog announces that LC is providing “dozens of Free to Use and Reuse sets of autumn and Halloween copyright-free images from the Library’s vast collections of prints and photographs for you to use in any way, as cheerful or chilling as you wish. They’re part of the Library’s storehouse of images and we group some of them in sets, such as classic movie theaters,  travel postersweddings genealogydiscovery and exploration and so on…”


Cambridge University Press Moves Toward More OA

Information Today reports that “Cambridge University Press announced that it “will request the majority of its journals be given Transformative Journal status by cOAlition S as part of a commitment to transition them to full Open Access.” This means that the share of published OA articles will increase each year until it reaches 75%, at which point, publishing will be fully OA. The organization “also pledge[s] to actively promote the benefits of OA to authors to encourage take-up…”

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