OA research in the news: Tackling diversity in philosophy

There has long been a push to increase diversity in the STEM fields—science, technology, engineering, and math. And for good reason: women and minorities have been underrepresented in these…

Humanities

MIT Faculty Open Access Policy yields 3.1M downloads & many thankful readers

As of the end of May 2015, downloads of articles deposited in relation to the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy topped 3.1 million on a total of approximately…

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OA research in the news: MIT students Hack to the Future

Emmett “Doc” Brown was certainly clever: he made the world’s first time machine out of a…

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Workshop on new federal Open Access requirements: DoD, DOE, NSF, NASA

April 27, 2015     10am - 11am

Please join us for a new workshop that will provide an overview of new federal requirements for open access to publications and data from major government funding agencies, including…

Scholarly communication

OA research in the news: Stonebraker wins computing “Nobel”

Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory researcher Michael Stonebraker was…

Scholarly communication