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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…

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

Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory researcher Michael Stonebraker was…


NSF releases Public Access Plan

The National Science Foundation (NSF) released its Public Access Plan March 18, 2015, in compliance with the White House Directive. The plan for “increasing access to the…

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Department of Defense releases draft Public Access Plan

The Department of Defense (DoD) released a draft Public Access Plan this week, in compliance with the White House Directive. The plan covers both publications and data,…

Scholarly communication

OA research in the news: MIT’s influence on US economics

In his New York Times blog last week, economist and MIT alum Paul Krugman writes about the “triumph” of MIT’s economics department as described in the 2014…

Social sciences

MIT Libraries release Fair Use Quiz in mobile-friendly version

In celebration of Fair Use Week, the MIT Libraries’ Office of Scholarly Publishing, Copyright, and Licensing has launched a mobile version of the web-based Fair Use…

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