Intellectual Property:

Draft Intellectual Property Policy of the Republic of South Africa

Evaluating the Benefits of Fair Use:  A response to the PWC Report on the Costs and Benefits of ‘Fair Use’


To Print Or Not To Print: Innovation And IP Issues In 3D Printing

For Second Time, Appeals Court Hears GSU E-Reserves Case


Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

“You Need to Have a Street Beat”: A Qualitative Study of Faculty Research Needs and Challenges

Academic Publishing Meets Capitalism

Math Journal Editors Quit for Open Access

Another journal flips

Elsevier Continues To Build Its Monopoly Solution For All Aspects Of Scholarly Communication

Open Access On the Rise: Study

Africa: Four-Country Study of African Internet Users Shines Light On How They Use It and the Barriers to Greater Use

Who is Actually Harmed by Predatory Publishers?

Sci-Hub is necessary but it is not a solution

Why Is Open Access Moving So Slowly In The Humanities?

Things are Happening in the Humanities but you need to be patient

Toward a Better Understanding of Open Access Policy Assessment

Increasingly collaborative researcher behaviour is the real threat to the

Academic Books and their Future (2017)

OAPEN-UK final report: A five-year study into open access monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences (2016)

Updated Figures on the Scale and Nature of Researchers’ Use of Scholarly Collaboration Networks