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Sep 28, 2022
Wiley withdraws more than 1,300 titles from a large multidisciplinary ebook collection for libraries as fall classes begin, hindering students’ access to affordable learning materials.

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October 28, 2022
New scholarly forms are transforming intellectual creativity, access to knowledge and reader engagement, Allison Levy writes.
September 28, 2022
Wiley withdraws more than 1,300 titles from a large multidisciplinary ebook collection for libraries as fall classes begin, hindering students’ access to affordable learning materials.
September 19, 2022
Altmetrics track how scholarly works are discussed, shared, read and reused online. Such real-time feedback may especially matter for underrepresented and early-career researchers, though the metrics have limitations.
September 12, 2022
The White House painted an incomplete economic picture of its new policy for free, immediate access to research produced with federal grants. Will publishers adapt their business models to comply, or will scholars be on the hook?
August 26, 2022
White House mandates free, immediate public access to government-funded research. Many open-access advocates celebrate the decision, but some scholars wonder who will fund the policy.
August 11, 2022
A popular chemistry book's jump from a publishing titan to an OER pioneer could be pivotal for the open access movement. For the author, it's also a fitting tribute to his late son.
August 4, 2022
Global survey of academics finds citation scores remain highly important factors in how scholars judge each other, despite international efforts to reduce their impact.
July 14, 2022
A new report took the temperature of thousands of U.S. faculty members. Among the findings: a high regard for conferences, even when delivered virtually; a rise in open educational resources; and a decrease in scholarly funding.
June 3, 2022
A killed book review and resulting racist backlash reveal the extent of white gatekeeping, ally performativity and outright racism in academe, Ambereen Dadabhoy and Erik Wade write.
April 13, 2022
While shifting to open access is harder in the humanities, scholars should seize existing opportunities to archive papers in personal or institutional repositories, Rebecca Lea Morris writes.

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