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Open-access policies

Research funders provide OA support

Sian Harris takes a look at some of the approaches that research funders take to open access and why

Predatory journals

Predatory practices pose problems for new publishing models

New developments in technology and business are frequently followed by attempts to abuse the system. Librarian Jeffrey Beall from University of Colorado Denver, USA, uses his blog to track and report on journals and publishers that abuse open access

Institutional repositories

Repositories play their part in institutions

Sian Harris speaks to four providers of institutional repository software and services

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Juliane Ritt, Springer

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Kamila Markram, Frontiers

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Dave Ross, SAGE

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Nicola Gulley, IOP Publishing

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Alexander Grossmann, ScienceOpen

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Georgina Gurnhill, PeerJ

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Alicia Wise, Elsevier

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Victoria Gardner, Taylor & Francis / Routledge Journals

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Mark Patterson, eLife

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Sam Burridge, Nature Publishing Group/Palgrave Macmillan

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

Open-access publishing

OA interviews: Michael Cairns, Publishing Technology

With the raft of policies and mandates that impact researchers and their institutions Sian Harris asks a range of publishers and publishing services companies about their approaches to open access

PRODUCT FOCUS

The power of semantics

In recent years scholarly publishers have increasingly looked to add value to the content they put online. Sian Harris asks providers of semantic enrichment tools and services how publishers can enhance their content

INTERVIEW

Changing approaches

Kurt Sanford is CEO of ProQuest. We ask him about e-book business models and discoverability