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April 2014

The Stick, the Carrots and the Bear Trap: PLOS Blogs

Softening of Line on Open Access-only REF: Times Higher Education

Libraries Test a Model for Setting Monographs Free: Chronicle of Higher Education

CC-BY, Copyright, and Stolen Advocacy: The Scholarly Kitchen

March 2014

New Policy for Open Access in the Post-2014 Research Excellence Framework: Higher Education Funding Council for England

Roy Kaufman: Shifting Revenues from Post-Publication to Pre-Publication: The Impact of Open Access : ALPSP Blog

If Everything Goes Open Access, How Will Authors Make Money?: Publishing Perspectives

Making Open Access Licensing Work: STM

What Does “Unsustainable” Mean?: The Scholarly Kitchen

Open Access to Data Can Break Down Barriers and Empower Patients: The Guardian

PeerJ's $99 Open Access Model One Year On: Times Higher Education

Developing an Effective Market for Open Access Article Processing Charges: Wellcome Trust

Publishers Coming to the Rescue of Open Access?: Information Today

From Provider to Partner: Subscription Agent Roles Evolve: Research Information

Considering Open Access: Talk from Recent CCC Webinar: Research Information

Best Practice in Enabling Content Mining: PLOS Blogs

Progress, Possibilities, and the Changing Scholarly Communications Ecosystem : Information Today

From Crowdfunding To Open Access, Startups Are Experimenting With Academic Research: TechCrunch

February 2014

Copyright Meets Internet: Harvard Gazette

Small Firms Lack Resources to Make Most of Open Access: Times Higher Education

Open Access Science Publisher Demands Full Availability of Data: Ars Technica

Why Open Access Should Be a Key Issue for University Leaders: The Guardian

The Royal Society Will Launch New Open Access Science Journal: The Guardian

5 Predictions for Open Access in 2014: Book Business

AAAS Launches Open-Access Journal: Science Magazine

Errors and Misinformation in the ROARMAP Open Access Registry: The Scholarly Kitchen

The UK’s Funding for Open-Access Publications is Not Enough: Opiniomics

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Engineers’ and Scientists’ Evolving Attitudes about the New Publishing Ecosystem: Outsell

Podcast Recording of CCC's Open Access Forum: CCC Podcast

UQ adopts Open Access Policy for Research : UQ News

Opening Up Data Access, Not Just Articles: PLOS Blogs

SHARE Releases Notification System Project Plan: Association of Research Libraries

The UK Government Looks to Double Dip to Pay For its Open Access Policy: The Scholarly Kitchen

Anthropology Journal Moves to Open-Access Model: Chronicle of Higher Education

Give the Data to the People: New York Times

January 2014

Why I Don’t Care About Open Access to Research—and Why You Should: Pacific Standard

Video: Columbia University Hosts Panel on Public Access to Research: Elsevier Connect

American Chemical Society Implements Copyright Clearance Center’s RightsLink® for Open Access Solution: STM Publishing

Congress Advances Public Access Mandate for Federal Research : Publishers Weekly

Analysis of Implantation of Open Access Publication Policies in Spanish Universities: 3Ciencias

The Awkward Copyright Collision of Fair Use and Creative Commons: Scientific American

CCC Podcast with Caroline Sutton, Publisher and Co-Founder of Co-Action Publishing on Publishing's New World: Beyond the Book

A New Project to Investigate Monographs and Open Access: Higher Education Funding Counsel for England

Publishers Weekly Reports on the Launch of CCC and ALPSP's Open Access Resource Center: Publishers Weekly

Techdirt - Open Access As The Antidote To Privatizing Knowledge And Learning: Techdirt

New US Public Access Legislation Included in Government Funding Bill - The Scholarly Kitchen: The Scholarly Kitchen

The Chronicle of Higher Education's Thoughts on Open Access Panels: Chronicle of Higher Education

The Andraka Saga Continues via The Scholarly Kitchen: The Scholarly Kitchen

The Economist Features an Article on Academic Publishing: The Economist

The Scholarly Kitchen Features a Post About Indirect Economic Impacts of Public Access Policies for Journals: The Scholarly Kitchen

Information Today Provides an Open Access News Roundup: Information Today

Inside Higher Ed Presents Arguments Over Open Access: Inside Higher Ed

Open Access 2013: A Year of Gaining Momentum According to Scientifc American: Scientific American

December 2013

Inside Higher Ed - Principles of Transparency: Insider Higher Ed

Podcast Recording of CCC's Publishers Advisory Group Meeting: Beyond the Book

The Atlantic Writes About JSTOR's Hidden Power: The Atlantic

The Guardian Writes About Nobel Winner Declaring Boycott of Top Science Journals: The Guardian

Creative Commons for Science: Interview with Puneet Kishor: PLOS Tech

An Introduction to Open Access Publishing From Taylor & Francis Group (video): Vimeo

Information Today Features CCC in its 2014 Trends Coverage re: Open Access: Information Today

November 2013

Research Profesisonal Article on Libraries Standing Up to Publishers’ Tricks: Research Professional

The Scholarly Kitchen Writes About Copyright and the Rise of CCC: The Scholarly Kitchen

Wellcome Trust, Palgrave Macmillan Publish Their First Open-Access Monograph: Chronicle of Higher Education

Publishing Perspectives Asks: Is Self-Publishing and Open Access Viable for Art Publishing?: Publishing Perspectives

The Natural Limits of Gold Open Access: The Scholarly Kitchen

CCC Featured in Research Information Article on Metadata: Research Information

Essay on Impact of Open Access and Academic Freedom: Inside Higher Ed

Two Senators Offer Bill Promoting Open-Access Textbooks: Chronicle of Higher Education

Post Open Access Sting: An Interview With John Bohannon: The Scholarly Kitchen

The London School of Economics and Political Science Features an Article on Open Access Co-Authored by Ellen Collins: London School of Economics and Political Science

The Publishers Licensing Society Reports on the Copyright Hub Appointing a New CEO: Publishers Licensing Society

October 2013

Information Today Features a Recap of Open Access Week 2013: Information Today

Publishers Weekly Reports CCC Paid a Record $188.7 Million in Royalties in 2013: Publishers Weekly

Library Journal Cites Shift from Green to Gold OA Could Leave Libraries Out of the Loop: Library Journal

The Conversation Asks the Question: Is Open Access Working?: The Conversation

The Bookseller Features an Article by Robert Kiley on Open Access: The Bookseller

The Guardian Features Six Myths to Put to Rest About Open Access: The Guardian

Good EReader Writes About Copyright and Open Access: The Future of Publishing: Good EReader

Click Here to Watch CCC's Open Access Panel From the Frankfurt Book Fair: CCC Open Access Panel at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Canceling Green OA Journals: A Very Expensive Way to Not Save Money: ARL Policy Notes

Research Consulting's Rob Johnson Writes About Open Access in Research Information: Research Information

September 2013

MPs Have Missed the Mark in Attacking Copyright Reform: The Conversation

APCs Add Complexity to Librarian Role: Research Information

Digital Book World Reports on CCC Joining Gold Open Access Initiative: Digital Book World

Rolling Back Gold Open Access in the UK: Scholarly Kitchen

KnowledgeSpeak Features the News of BMJ Selecting CCC's RightsLink for Open Access to Manage APCs for its Publications: KnowledgeSpeak

August 2013

The Scholarly Kitchen Features an Interview with CCC's Roy Kaufman: The Scholarly Kitchen

Why Open Access Isn't Enough in Itself: The Guardian

Publishers Explore OA Monograph Models: Research Information

Open Access Gains Major Support in U. of California's Systemwide Move: The Chronicle of Higher Education

July 2013

Embargoes Can Go Only So Far to Help New Ph.D.'s Get Published, Experts Say: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Open Access To Research: An Ideal Complicated By Reality: Forbes

OA Monographs Pose Challenges for Researchers and Librarians: Research Information

June 2013

For University Presses, a Time of Fixing Bridges, and Building New Ones: The Chronicle of Higher Education

SCOAP3 Consortium Prepares for Next Phase: Research Information

STM Publishing News Covers Cambridge University Press Implementing CCC's RightsLink for Open Access: STM Publishing News

Open Access - Keeping it Real: Scholarly Kitchen

DOAJ Announces New Selection Criteria: Research Information

Outsell Writes About CCC's Integration with Aries Systems for Enhanced Open Access Solution: Outsell

May 2013

Wellcome Trust extends OA policy to monographs and book chapters: Research Information

Survey Examines British Academics' Use of Digital Tools in Research and Teaching: Chronicle of Higher Education

STM Publishing News Writes About CCC Joining the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association: STM Publishing News

Free-for-all: Open-access scientific publishing is gaining ground: The Economist

April 2013

Against the Grain Writes About The Institution of Engineering and Technology Signing with Copyright Clearance Center: Against the Grain

Open access: Four Ways It Could Enhance Academic Freedom: The Guardian

Over 14,700 authors respond to Taylor & Francis open access survey: Research Information

Academic Journals: An Open and Shut Case: The Guardian

Scholars Increasingly Use Online Resources, Survey Finds, but They Value Traditional Formats Too: The Chronicle of Higher Education

March 2013

Open access and the humanities: reimagining our future: The Guardian

Ellen Collins Article in Research Information, "Drive to Gold Increases Need for APC Management": Research Information

Drive to Gold Increases Need for APC Management: Research Information

Professor Sees ‘Moral Imperative’ for Open Access: The Chronicle of Higher Education

February 2013

White House Delivers New Open-Access Policy That Has Activists Cheering: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Do Now Round Up: Open Access vs. Copyright: KQED

Researchers Opt to Limit Uses of Open-Access Publications: Nature

CCC Profiled in Outsell's Open Access Market Report "10 to Watch": Outsell

January 2013

UK House of Lords launches OA inquiry: Research Information

Science-Journal Publishers Take Fight Against Open-Access Policies to Congress: The Chronicle of Higher Education

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