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Report

Open content activities in libraries: same direction, different trajectories

This report synthesises findings from the 2018-19 Global Council survey on current and future planned open content activities for a global cohort of research and university libraries.
Position paper

Policy statement on F.A.I.R. access to Australia's research outputs

This statement affirms the need to make Australia’s publicly funded research outputs F.A.I.R., recognising this will require different approaches across different types of research output, a long-term national commitment, and consideration of the global change agenda.
Report

Developing a persistent identifier roadmap for open access to UK research

Persistent identifiers (PIDs) are a crucial technical component of the modern scholarly information system. The fact that PIDs are built to operate ‘between’ systems and to serve as linking structures gives them a special resonance in open research systems.
Blog post

Dramatic growth of open access series

The Dramatic Growth of Open Access Series is a quarterly series (end of March, June, September, and December) of key data illustrating the growth of open access, with additional comments and analysis. The series is available in open data and blogpost (commentary) editions. The quarterly...
Video

Wikipedia and open access panel

Much knowledge has always been locked away, throughout history. It’s inaccessible — or expensive to access — for all but a privileged few. Two Internet-era social movements have sought to change that: Wikipedia, which invites any and all to participate in constructing a comprehensive encyclopedia...
Journal article

From the Field: Elsevier as an Open Access publisher

This article outlines a case study of Elsevier’s Open Access (OA) journals as of 2016.
Guide

Creative Commons style guide 2019

This guide should be used by any person responsible for creating communication materials and/ or visual assets for Creative Commons (CC), including graphic designers, video editors, developers, and professional printers. It’s also a useful reference for CC staff, affiliates, community members, and CC Chapters.
Report

The open policymaking playbook

This report recommends eight tech-enabled dialogic mechanisms for open and engaged policymaking to take advantage of collective intelligence.
Survey

Taylor & Francis researcher survey 2019

This survey asked researchers around the globe for their opinions on a range of important scholarly communication issues, including publishing habits, licensing and future scenarios for scholarly communications.
Report

Creating our values: Open access for Aotearoa

This report provides five recommendations for how New Zealand can improve the implementation and accessibility of open source information.