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Opening the Future program welcomes JSTOR as a hosting partner – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 6/30/22

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According to the JSTOR website “JSTOR has joined the Opening the Future program as a hosting partner for Open Access ebooks published by Central European University Press and Liverpool University Press. These ebooks will be freely available on JSTOR, in addition to the publishers’ websites and other platforms offering Open Access ebooks. Making the titles available on multiple platforms ensures that users can discover and access this scholarship through their preferred research workflows...”


According to Library Technology Guides, Clarivate has updated their statement on the OCLC lawsuit as follows “We would like to thank the many partners and librarians who appreciate our efforts to develop the MetaDoor platform. We will fully comply with the Temporary Restraining Order put in place by the court, although we continue to believe the lawsuit is without merit and we will vigorously defend our position.


MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES

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CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, & WEBINARS

CFP: Library Marketing and Communications Conference 2022 (November 2-3, 2022 – Indianapolis, Indiana) – “Interested in presenting at the 9th annual Library Marketing and Communications Conference November 2-3 in Indianapolis, IN? Submit a proposal with your presenter details and presentation description. Call for Proposals will close on Friday, July 22…”


Our Visions for the Future’: PageBreak Opens Early-Bird Registration – Publishing Perspectives reports that, “it was announced in March that a new publishing conference called PageBreak was being put together by Peter Brantley, in association with John Chodacki, Adam Hyde, Nellie McKesson, Julie Blattberg, and Andrew Savikas…
Now set at the San Francisco Italian Athletic Club on Stockton Street in North Beach to run October 27 and 28—Frankfurter Buchmesse this year runs October 19 to 23—PageBreak has opened early-bird registration, while proposals for presentations are being accepted until August 1…”

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