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New Survey of Society and University Publishers: The state of journal production and access – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 6/24/22

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  • New Survey of Society and University Publishers: The state of journal production and access

“Today, Scholastica announces the launch of our second State of Journal Production and Access survey of independent scholarly society and university publishers. We’re running this survey to develop an openly available report (no email required for download) on the areas of journal production and access that independent society and university publishers are prioritizing now and where they see challenges and opportunities in the future. The report will build off of our first survey on journal production and access run in 2020…”


According to Library Technology GuidesDPLA has received a new $150,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to further DPLA’s work to advance The Palace Project. This funding will allow us to expand Palace Marketplace, the only not-for-profit ebook and audiobook marketplace, as well as Palace Bookshelf, our collection of more than 11,000 open-access ebooks curated by the DPLA Curation Corps of librarians.



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Copyright and Coronavirus: IPA at WIPO’s ‘SCCR’ SessionsAccording to Publishing Perspectives “One of the most interesting results of this year’s sessions of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights last month at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva (WIPO) is a new report, The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Creative Industries, Cultural Institutions, Education, and Research


“The SCCR’s 67-page Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic report is a broader look at issues, some of them directly handled for the publishing industry in its own Inspire Charter report, A Collective Commitment to a Sustainable, Resilient, and Inclusive Future...”


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