The Law School Library added roughly 3,000 faculty-published scholarly articles from legal journals to an open access database on its website over the past year.
The intellectual inquiry occurring each day at Stanford prompts the question of how research can best be accessed and put to use for the benefit of all. Enter the Public Knowledge Project.
In the resolution, the UA encouraged the University to create an “Open Data Initiative” to make data in various institutional repositories public and machine readable.
College agrees to open-access pact By Ashley Blum
Last year, Dartmouth spent over $7 million out of a $9 million information budget on subscription fees to scholarly journals, according to associate librarian for information resources Elizabeth Kirk….
Internet advocate argues for open access to law By CJ CIARAMELLA
As part of its Open Access Week, the University libraries hosted a lecture on Friday by Carl Malamud, an influential Internet advocate who argued for open access to government law and policy.
E-journals make up increasing percentage of UI library materials BY BETH BRATSOS
Electronic formats of some scholarly publications may knock the print version out completely, library officials say.
Elsevier, an academic journal company, is getting a failing grade from thousands of professors who have decided to boycott the company.