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  • News

    In the news: September 2021

    …href="">arc of change of STM publications from reader-pays, to author-pays, to funder-pays using the now-21 year old F1000 as a prime example for the latter. Peer review Surveys of authors and reviewers commonly find that authors highly value a rapid submission-to-publication timeline while reviewers commonly bemoan the short time allotted to complete reviews. There is commonly an…
  • News

    In the news: January 2018 Digest

    …right;" />First off, a response to Beall’s critique of OA publishing – by his boss. and a response to that critique
  • News

    In the news: January 2019 Digest

    …="_blank"> An article in Nature reported that Chinese officials had pledged support for Plan S, and in official statements appended to this article three major Chinese funding agencies – NSFC, NSL-CAS and NSTL-MOST, detail their positions on OA2020 and Plan S. In the…
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    In the news: February Digest

    …href="" target="_blank"> Open science Changes to the Wellcome Trust’s Open Access policy include that their funded research must be freely available at the time of publication through PubMed Central and Europe PubMed Central and published under CC-BY licensure. Wellcome Trust will not cover the cost of OA publishing in subscription…
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    Predatory publishing: next steps and where do we go from here?

    …subscription journals which are predatory as seen by applying the definition? The group really has to convene the message that oa is not linked to predatory. Answer: This is an important point. Our consensus definition does not require that a journal be open access to be considered predatory. Our journal authenticator tool will be developed to include all journals, no just those that are open…
  • News

    In the news: July Digest

    …how this has ‘shocked’ the Humanities publishing industry into formulating OA strategies which until recently has not been a focus.…
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    Case discussion: gift authorship

    …href="">The Behavior Analyst Today, Daniel Shabani et al (2004) reported that the 53 most prolific authors in the field of behaviour sciences published an average of 2.9 articles per year between 1992 and 2001; the 11 most prolific authors published 4.2 articles per year. In an analysis of medical papers published from 2008 to 2012,
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    In the news: June Digest

    …target="_blank"> Among ~1000 Japanese surveyed researchers, 95% have shared their  data. 75% were motivated to do so because the discoverability of their data is considered important; 50% wanted to progress their field of research and 42% for transparency. This infographic presents further details about how data are shared.
  • Seminars

    …[Powerpoint, 6570kB] | Listen to presentation [16.22] OA and copyright—rights in and rights out - Mark Seely, Senior VP/General Counsel, ElsevierDownload presentation [PDF, 354kB] |
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    A vision for a more trans-inclusive publishing world: guest article

    …From a practice and implementation standpoint, this principle reduces the overall labor involved in a name change for everyone involved. 2. Comprehensiveness Name changes should remove all instances of an author's previous name from the records maintained and disseminated by the publisher. Due to the aforementioned risks of disclosure, publishers must take care to not…