Home 9 In the Spotlight 9 Thirty-Seven MIT Press Monographs and Edited Collections Publishing Open Access Thanks to Direct to Open Participants – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 3/11/22

Thirty-Seven MIT Press Monographs and Edited Collections Publishing Open Access Thanks to Direct to Open Participants – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 3/11/22

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infoDOCKET reports that “Thanks to the early support of libraries participating in Direct to Open (D2O), the MIT Press’s full list of spring 2022 scholarly monographs and edited collections are currently publishing open access on the MIT Press Direct platform. Twelve of the thirty-seven works are are already openly available to readers around the world…”


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Citing the BBC News, infoDOCKET also notes thatA virtual gallery to showcase Mali’s cultural history has been launched, featuring tens of thousands of Timbuktu’s ancient manuscripts.


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