Open Access for whom? Open Access Week 2019

In celebration of Open Access Week 2019, read some interesting resources on open access. Help to build more equitable foundations for opening knowledge by contributing the full text of your publications in IRIS and making them open access in InK.

Short on time? Here’s some articles:

  • To meet the ‘Plan S’ open-access mandate, journals mull setting papers free at publication / Jeffrey Brainard. 2019 May, Science.
  • The world debates open-access mandates / Jeffrey Brainard. 2019 April, Science.
  • Publishing scientific research in open access, hybrid, or paywall journals: What model serves all authors and all readers? / Kate Lajtha. 2019 September. Biochemistry, 144 (3), 229-231
  • The (im)possibilities of open data? / David Jamieson, Rob Wilson & Mike Martin. 2019 May, Public Money & Management, 39 (5), 364-368

Or check out these e-books:

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The battle for open how openness won and why it doesn't feel like victory / Martin Weller

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The future of scholarly publishing open access and the economics of digitisation / edited by Niels C. Taubert & Peter Weingart

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Knowledge unbound / Peter Suber

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Understanding knowledge as a commons: From theory to practice / Charlotte Hess; Elinor Ostrom

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The state of open data: Histories and horizons / edited by Tim Davies, Stephen B. Walker, More Rubinstein and Fernando Perini

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The world of open data: Concepts, methods, tools and experiences / Yannis Charalabidis, et al

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Open data exposed / edited by B. van Loenen; Glenn Vancauwenberghe; Joep Crompvoets

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Open data in Southeast Asia: Towards economic prosperity, government transparency, and citizen participation in the ASEAN / Manuel Stagars

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