Using crowdfunding and BiblioLabs’ online library access, Knowledge Unlatched is making open access work for the humanities and social sciences.
Can self-publishing find traction in scholarly publishing as it has parts of general publishing? A recent panel at London Book Fair took up the question.
Ebook rights to works of Joan Didion, Joyce Carol Oates, and Philip Pullman go to Open Road, while Germany’s De Gruyter ups its ante in Open Access.
Declaring that ‘the current copyright framework is unfit for the digital age,’ the chief of the Europe’s research libraries organization speaks out against “neighboring rights,’ related rights, for publishers.
Joaquín Rodríguez shares his views on ebook accessibility, standards and interoperability within the frame of the European single digital market.
For Open Access Week, Rob Johnson, founder and director of Research Consulting, offers five more predictions for Open Access Publishing in 2016.
To mark the start of Open Access Week, Rob Johnson, founder and director of Research Consulting, offers five predictions for Open Access publishing in 2016.
According to discussions at the International Association of STM Publishers conference, open access and data-driven articles need more scrutiny.
When it comes to Open Access publishing, ‘If you are confused, then you are only beginning to understand the problem,’ says CCC’s Christopher Kenneally.
When Brazilian STM publishers visited their German counterparts last month they found common ground in questions surrounding Amazon, Open Access and more.