The Bagaduce River in Brooksville, #Maine.
The Bagaduce River in Brooksville, #Maine.
In particular, she updated the lists of OA-related Twitter feeds and OA-related Google+ pages and communities.
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Kelly is a new research assistant at the Harvard Open Access Project.
The book itself:
BTW, "Saving the Oodlehood and Shebangity of the Internet" starts on p. 403.
This is just a reminder that the preliminary draft of "Converting Scholarly Journals to Open Access," by David Solomon, Bo-Christer Björk, and Mikael Laakso, is open for public comments.
For more details, see the March 15 announcement.
In about a month, we'll have to close the public comment period, or at least move on to the next phase of preparing the revised report for publication. If you have any comments to add, or if you want to share this draft with others who might have comments, please do so in the next few weeks. Thanks.
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"SPARC Europe is seeking a Director, preferably working full time, to lead the work in [advancing Open Science / Scholarship in Europe]. If you have an interest in playing a critical role in Open Scholarship in Europe – achieving more in the areas of Open Access, Open Data, Open Educational Resources, Open Peer Review and Research Evaluation and Research Integrity in Europe – then this position could be for you...."
Please spread the word and help SPARC find the best person for this job.
I'm doubly happy to announce that it's OA from birth, under a CC-BY license. MIT Press has released hardback and paperback editions, as well as OA editions in PDF, ePub, and Mobi. OA editions in other file formats are forthcoming from other sources.
This is a collection of 44 of my essays on OA from the first decade of this century. If you were wondering, they were all OA the first time around as well.
My book home page (still new and minimal)
MIT Press book home page
Both the pages above give you links to the OA editions.
- Harvard Office for Scholarly CommunicationDirector, 2013 - present
- Harvard Open Access ProjectDirector, 2011 - present
- Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication
- Director of the Harvard Open Access Project
- Faculty Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society
- Senior Researcher at the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
- Open Access Project Director at Public Knowledge
- Research Professor of Philosophy at Earlham College.
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