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Library Technology Guides cites this press release reporting that “Jisc has launched a new future-proofed OA for books tool that gives users a simple overview of research publisher open access policies in a single interface, creating a more efficient and streamlined process.
The new tool, ‘OA for books’ will help authors and research organisations make informed and confident decisions in open access publishing and compliance, and will enable everyone involved in the research publication process – including authors, librarians and repository administrators – to seamlessly check whether a publisher supports compliance with UK Research and Innovation’s open access policy requirements for longform outputs. …”
MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES
- Unique ‘Hidden’ Record Of UK’s Historic Biodiversity, with Links to Charles Darwin, to Be Digitised (Royal Agriculture University)
- Law Review Article: “Book Banning Goes Digital: Libraries Suspending Their E-Book Services and the Complications It Poses For First Amendment Doctrine”
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- Legal Librarians Spring Roundtable to be held at Cooley LLP in Washington DC, hosted by Soutron Global
- Realities of Academic Data Sharing (RADS) Initiative Releases Reports on Expenses of Making Data Publicly Accessible, Project Methodology
CONFERENCES, MEETINGS & WEBINARS
Date: February 28, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
Are you interested in writing, publishing, editing, and peer review? In this webinar, you will have a chance to hear from and talk to a group of experienced librarians who work in a variety of roles in scholarly publishing. The panel will provide tips on finding and developing ideas for writing, building skills to work in editing and peer review, and finding the scholarly publishing opportunities that are right for you. Join us, bring your questions, and share your experiences. …”
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