What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? It’s been a bumper week here at the Open Access Button, with us announcing our collaboration with Cottage Labs on Button 2.0 and launch coordinator Chealsye guest-blogging for Biomed Central on building the Open Access Button. India has stated that “every […]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 14, 2014 Contacts: openaccessbutton@medsin.org us@cottagelabs.com In November 2013, we launched the Open Access Button Beta in Berlin and since then the Open Access Button has been doing its job, visualising when people have been denied access to research because of a scholarly publishing system that is not fit for purpose. Today, […]

What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week?  The Open Access Button’s Launch Coordinator wrote a guest blog post for BioMed Central, “Building the Open Access Button,” discussing the progress the Button has made since its launch in November and the future of the Button. The International Association of Scientific, Technical & […]

What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? The Open Access Button’s very own Joe McArthur wrote a guest post for PLOS Opens on OpenCon 2014 and building student communities. Facebook was a hot topic of conversation all week, in the wake of concerns about the methods used by its […]

What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? The Guardian reports that top universities are paying too much for access to academic journals. How much did your university pay for your journals? Sadly, the full article in this week’s issue of Science is behind a paywall (don’t worry: we’ve recorded it […]

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