Digital humanities advocates look to hammer out a publishing platform to help institutions apply traditional peer review mechanisms to nontraditional research.
New book sheds light on higher education's complicated history with the federal government.
Association of Research Libraries spells out principles and best practices for making copyrighted materials as free as possible while avoiding lawsuits.
Facing criticism from professors worldwide, publisher will re-issue books by scholar whose essay set off controversy in India.
American Public University System taps professors to write e-textbooks. The move could be a cost-saving innovation, but will raise hackles among publishers and some faculty members.
Advocates argue that public money for open educational resources is a sound investment.
In a pilot, universities pay a little extra so alumni can have access to the scholarly article database after they graduate.
Media studies professor says traditional journals and presses need to become more open and dynamic if they want to avoid becoming dead on their feet.
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