A new report reveals that research institutions could make dramatic cost savings if they followed an open-access, rather than subscription, publishing route, writes Sian Harris
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What is the cost and who pays for scholarly communication? The answers could come as a surprise, writes Rebecca Pool
Going to a conference can involve lengthy negotiations about budgets, flight details, accommodation and work schedules. But it doesn't always have to be like that. Sian Harris finds out about new moves to bring more of the benefits of research meetings online
A recent survey tracking publisher behaviour reveals that businesses are launching more journals, have relaxed copyright policies and are unsure of the latest internet technologies, writes Rebecca Pool
Siân Harris spoke to some of the people behind the new Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association
Siân Harris reports back from the recent ALPSP conference about how publishers could better address environmental concerns
New research shows that fewer papers are being cited than in the days before the internet, reports Rebecca Pool
The American Psychological Association is looking again at its plans to charge authors to fulfil the National Institutes of Health mandate.
Library views are mixed about the urgency of digital preservation, according to a study by Portico and Ithaka.
The SPARC Europe Seal for Open Access journals intends to address the confusion that sometimes surrounds the use and reuse of material published in OA journals.
A British Library survey has revealed that researchers want the same rights with digital information as they have with print