My library is hosting a Ada Lovelace Day event tomorrow (ok, a little late...). Continuing in a tradition of having Women in Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thons, we're hosting our own Wikipedia Women in Science Edit-a-thon!
I've been doing a fair bit of reading over the last couple of years about…
OA and the UK Humanities & Social Sciences: Wrong risks and missed opportunities
One Size Fits All?: Social Science and Open Access
Statement on position in relation to open access(Institute of Historical Research)
The open access journal as a disruptive innovation
Openness, value, and…
The academic, economic and societal impacts of Open Access: an evidence-based review
Scholarly Communications: Less of a market, more like general taxation?
“We don’t need OA in our field, everything is on arXiv”. Nope.>When is the Library Open? and the PS
Scholarly Communication and the Dilemma…
Persistent myths about open access scientific publishing
Prepping Grad Students for Jobs
Rewarding Teaching Innovation
Ask a Stupid Question: Why is there so much anonymity when it comes to the practices of academic discourse?
Elite Universities' Online Play
Electronic Textbooks: Why the Rush?