Tag Archives: Peter Suber

Budapest 10 Years After: The World Knows What Open Access Is?

At the Budapest Open Access Initiative 10th Anniversary meeting that was held in Budapest on February 14th, Alma Swan, who also chaired the discussion, has chosen Peter Suber, Stevan Harnad and Heather Joseph from the group, to recap the main … Continue reading

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Open Access Year End Highlights: Coming Up Roses?

How to look geeky on your last day at work? Pick out the year end highlights in Open Access and take much joy in it. A remarkable year, 2011, powerful both in discourse and action around the movement, with far … Continue reading

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New Term: Open Access Prime

Open Access Prime, or OA marked with an inverted comma as in OA’ is a new term defined in Peter Suber‘s recent newsletter as the literature that is OA in every respect expect that it is offline. It is digital, … Continue reading

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Open Access as Humanitarian Aid: In Times of Disaster and Every Day

“Will you take this woman Matti Richards To be your awful wedded wife” (Dylan Thomas, Under Milkwood) We seem to refuse the idea of constant open access to research as we would hold on to a pillow in a nightmarish … Continue reading

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Open Access in Croatia – Storing Hamster Food or Running in a Hamster Wheel?

Home could be where you hang your head, like Groucho Marx said, or it could be from where you turn your head and decide not to watch. However, now and then, a letter from home arrives and convinces you to … Continue reading

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Open Access Makes Good Financial Sense

The new SPARC Open Access Newsletter has just rolled off the virtual presses. SPARC is the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, and is, in its own words, “an international alliance of academic and research libraries working to correct imbalances … Continue reading

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Open Access To Humanities – Data, Data Everywhere But Not a Thought To Think

The title quote belongs to Theodore Roszak, the man behind the making of the counter culture of 1960s, and the one who “raged against the machine” most violently. However, could a “machine” herald a new era of providing thoughts instead … Continue reading

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