Publishers and Policies:

Elsevier Mutiny: Cracks Are Widening in the Fortress of Academic Publishing

Language of Protest

Support Fair Open Access in Linguistics

Public Universities Back Protest of Elsevier Pricing [Inside Higher Ed]


Open Access Monograph Publishing:

Books, Glorious Books: Explorations in Open Access Monograph Publishing

A Study of Direct Author Subvention for Publishing Humanities Books at Two Universities: A Report to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation by Indiana University and University of Michigan

Guest Post: Alison Mudditt Interviews Geoffry Crossick on An Age of Challenge and Opportunity: The HEFCE Report on Monographs and Open Access

AAU-ARL Prospectus for an Institutionally Funded First-Book Subvention

Who Ought to Underwrite Publishing Scholars’ Books?

Monographs and open access


Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

EU urges Science Publishers to adapt to Open Access

100 Time Saving Search Engines for Serious Scholars revised

Interview with Leslie Chan, Principal Investigator of OCSDNet

Guest Post: Open Access Publication Just Makes Sense

Orcid – Connecting Research and Researchers

Is Access to research ever really free?

Digital Science launches GRID - a New, Open Database Offering a Unique Insight into Research Organisations Across the Globe

Know your Rights: Creative Commons

Ten Years of Open Access in the European Commission (2006-2015)

The bill that would give you free textbooks

US Department Proposes Open Licensing Policy as part of #GoOpen Campaign

Open Access - What Universities Should be Doing