The growing world of open access books | OPERAS Innovation Lab

flavoursofopenscience's bookmarks 2023-06-14


Authors: Marta Błaszczyńska, Graham Stone Reviewers: Jadranka Stojanovski, Ronald Snijder   Welcome on board, scholarly innovation aficionados! 2023 is a very important year for open access books due to the high number and variety of developments supporting them. So, it felt like a great area to focus on with our first blog post from the series Innovation Lab’s Observatory.  While the Lab aims to bring fresh news about novel approaches to different spheres of scholarly communication, we also wish to summarise and present highlights of important initiatives and projects that support innovation.  Today’s topic is open access books, using this opportunity to introduce activities of the OPERAS Special Interest Groups (OA Business Models, Open Access Books Network) and projects (OPERAS-P, COPIM, Open Book Futures, PALOMERA) related to book publishing and the recently published ‘Collaborative models for OA book publishers’ white paper by the OPERAS Open Access Business Models Special Interest Group. [...]  


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[IOI] Open Infrastructure Tracking Project » Items tagged with oa.copim in Open Access Tracking Project (OATP)
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Date tagged:

06/14/2023, 05:13

Date published:

06/14/2023, 01:13