Intellectual Property:

Copyright Decision Would Squelch Any Right to Read Paywalled Content in Canada

Liability Hammer Comes Down on Google, But Hits Users


Open Educational Resources:

A Critical Take on OER Practices: Interrogating Commercialization, Colonialism, and Content


eBooks and Libraries:

Publishers Initiate Predatory Pricing on e-Books to Destroy the Market

The Case of the Disappearing E-Book: Academic Libraries and Subscription Packages

Waterstones to stop selling Kindle as book sales surge

Print Survives While eBooks Wane


Open Data

OpenGov Fellows Liberate 100s of Government Datasets (South Africa)

Open Government Partnership

Open Data Durban

Code for Africa

Wazimap – Discover the story behind the data


Predatory Publishing Practices:

Is Frontiers a Potential Predatory Publisher?

African Academics Are Being Caught in the Predatory Journal Trap

Academic journals are facing a battle to weed out fake peer reviews

Fake journals: ‘Make in India’ gone wrong

About predatory publishing practices

Academic journals are facing a battle to weed out fake peer reviews

Major publisher retracts 64 scientific papers in fake peer review outbreak

Fake It Till You Make It: Reputation, Competition, and Yelp Review Fraud

Professor at the University of Minnesota wonders whether IEEE really sponsor a fake scientific conference.


Grant for IFLA 2016 :

IFLA 2016 National Committee Fellowship Grant Application