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APC joins over 145 organisations to ask EU Council to stop a rushed EU copyright reform
Re-Create – Creators’ Coalition - resources
Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:
Scholarly Research Resources
Libraries Face a Future of Open Access
2018 top trends in academic libraries
Help us, improving the indicators!
Questionable and Unethical Publishers and How DOAJ's Work Helps you to Avoid Them
Universal access to education is possible in this online age
Preprints: The What, The Why, The How.
JISC - What do we do with your article processing charge data?
Open Refine – cleaning data
International Data Week
Open Educational Resources (OER):
IFLA Responds to Consultation on Open Educational Resources
Legal Deposit Resources:
Legal Deposit in SA
SciDataCon 2018- ‘The Digital Frontiers of Global Science’
5-8 November, 2018 – Gaborone, Botswana
SciCOM Conference 2018 – “Science communication in a democratic South Africa: prospects and challenges”
5 – 7 November 2018, Stellenbosch University, South Africa