Category: Scholarly communication

OA research in the news: Using MRIs for fetal scans

OA research in the news: Using MRIs for fetal scans

Doctors usually check fetal development with ultrasound imaging, which can monitor a...

Scholarly communication
MIT Libraries launch “Public Access QuickSubmit”

MIT Libraries launch “Public Access QuickSubmit”

Form helps DOE-funded researchers comply with public access requirements for articles

The Libraries has launched a “quicksubmit” web form to help DOE-funded MIT...

Scholarly communication
Open Access Week 2016

Open Access Week 2016

MIT Libraries can help researchers become "open in action"

International Open Access Week is October 24-30. To celebrate the week and...

Scholarly communication
Open access downloads: September 2016

Open access downloads: September 2016

Statistics from the OA collection of DSpace@MIT

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT houses scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available...

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Open access downloads: August 2016

Open access downloads: August 2016

Statistics from the OA collection of DSpace@MIT

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT houses scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available...

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New milestone for MIT Faculty Open Access Policy

New milestone for MIT Faculty Open Access Policy

44 percent of faculty articles now being shared

MIT has reached a new open access milestone: 44 percent of faculty...

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Engineering librarians convene and celebrate

Serving the needs of engineers in a digital age

Much of the world knows the strength of the MIT Libraries engineering...

Humanities
Open access downloads: July 2016

Open access downloads: July 2016

Statistics from the OA collection of DSpace@MIT

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT houses scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available...

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OA research in the news: MIT scientists ain’t afraid of no ghost

OA research in the news: MIT scientists ain’t afraid of no ghost

Several MIT researchers had a hand in boosting the “geek cred” of...

Scholarly communication