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OA monographs: policy and practice for supporting researchers

Following the release of the UUK Open access and monographs evidence review today, Dr Graham Stone reviews recent activities around OA monographs, including a Jisc community workshop in July.  There is a growing trend across European countries to include open access monographs in funder policy. Most recently, this push towards open access mandates was captured […]

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Critical issues in open access and scholarly communications – draft report

This blog post was written by Dr Graham Stone, Jisc Collections senior research manager. In June, we published a blog post about the Critical issues in open access and scholarly communications one-day event, which took place at Goldsmiths College, University of London. It aimed to widen the dialogue on open access books, examining the implications […]

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Critical issues in open access and scholarly communications – event report

This blog post was written by Dr Graham Stone, Jisc Collections senior research manager. This event, which took place at Goldsmiths College, University of London, aimed to widen the dialogue on open access books, examining the implications of UK policy for research culture and values. It reflected on the most recent findings from the Universities […]

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OA monographs discovery in the library supply chain: draft report and recommendations

This post was written by Graham Stone, Senior Research Manager, Jisc Collections. Introduction Key studies, such as the OAPEN-NL project, have shown that open access has a positive impact on the usage and discovery of monographs. However, a recurring theme for open access monograph publishers is that of discoverability, dissemination and metadata. In 2017, the […]

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Open access briefing: OA monographs in the UK

This paper was written by Graham Stone and Caren Milloy and published as part of Open Access Week 2018. It can also be downloaded as a PDF document.  Introduction This paper outlines the current UK landscape for arts, humanities and social science (AHSS) monograph publishing, the state of business models to support open access (OA), […]