Open Science:

Open science is now the only way forward for psychology

Guest post: Introducing AfricArxiv - a preprint repository for African researchers


Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

From green to gold to diamond: open access’s return to social justice

Why Academic-Led Journal Publishing? Liberating Research Through Tools and Services

Who Gets to Read the Research We Pay For?

Junk journals and disclosure – Patent law considerations

GOALI: Global Online Access to Legal Information

Offline Internet Access: Extending the reach of libraries in Africa

Preparing to Preserve: Three Essential Steps to Building Experience with Long-Term Digital Preservation

Unpaywall transforms research as academic publishers start to crack

Open access is rapidly rising but is it succeeding?

Scaling up paywalled academic article sharing by legal means

Open Access Books: an international collaboration to explore the practical implications for librarians of increasing access to scholarly research outputs

Responding to Unsustainable Journal Costs A CARL Brief

Enhancing scholarly communication through institutional repositories: salient issues and strategies by libraries in Nigeria

Guest Post: Challenges for Academics in the Global South — Resource Constraints, Institutional Issues, and Infrastructural Problems

Scholarly Communication at the Crossroad: From subscription to Open Access?

Correlation Between Cost of Publication and Journal Impact. Comprehensive Cross-sectional Study of Exclusively Open-Access Surgical Journals

News & Views: Evaluating Quality in Open Access Journals

IFLA Trend Report (updated 2018)

“Zip Books”: Using the Online Marketplace to Build Stronger Collections and Higher Customer Satisfaction By Delivering Books Quicker at Lower Cost



Elsevier investigating paper on solar cells that appears to plagiarize a Nature journal

5 Steps to Prove You’ve Been Plagiarized

Resources on Plagiarism

Faculty reluctance to report student plagiarism: A case study