Category: Scholarly communication

OA research in the news: Murray receives award from Queen Elizabeth

Entrepreneurship professor Fiona Murray, the Sloan School of Management’s associate dean for innovation, has been named a Commander…

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Publishing and copyright — IAP workshops provide pathways through the maze

The MIT Libraries’ Office of Scholarly Publishing, Copyright, and Licensing is offering seven IAP sessions devoted to publishing and copyright.  Three of the sessions offer introductions to publishing,…

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OA research in the news: Longtime anthropologist retires from MIT

Jean Jackson, one of the earliest members of MIT’s Anthropology program and a…

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OA research in the news: Adventures in product design

This week, dozens of MIT undergraduates showed off their work in a semester-end presentation for Product Engineering Processes,…

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IAP 2015: Research Funding and Publishing Opportunities

Thinking about publishing? Looking for funding for your research? The MIT Libraries is hosting a series of classes this IAP…

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OA research in the news: Waves as scientific & cultural things

This fall, MIT anthropologist Stefan Helmreich gave the prestigious Lewis Henry Morgan Lecture at the University of Rochester….

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Chris Bourg named director of MIT Libraries

Longtime libraries administrator at Stanford tapped to lead MIT’s libraries and the MIT Press.


Publish open access in chemistry society journals at no charge

Three chemistry societies have new open access options for MIT authors that allow for open access publication without any fee. American Chemical Society/ACS: ACS’s open access strategy…

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Chemistry in the Open: MIT Professor Kit Cummins and three societies make the case for open access

Leaders from three chemistry societies came to MIT during International Open Access Week to speak about their open access...

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