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Des ressources pour suivre l’actualité de l’open access. Que ce soit pour faire sa propre veille professionnelle ou pour informer les utilisateurs de la bibliothèque, il existe de nombreuses sources d’information dédiées à l’accès ouvert disponible sur le web.

Des ressources pour suivre l’actualité de l’open access

Voici une petite sélection de sources incontournables, en français dans la mesure du possible : “Chinatown, London, England, United Kingdom” par uggboy (CC-BY) L’indispensable : Peter Suber Pionnier de l’open access, ce professeur de philosophie, désormais directeur du Harvard Open Access Project , a beaucoup contribué à la diffusion de l’OA dans le monde.

On peut consulter en ligne ses nombreux écrits sur le sujet, et suivre sa veille sur google+ . Les listes de diffusion : Accès Ouvert : La liste francophone d’échanges sur l’Open Access. Les sites : Libre accès à l’information scientifique : Le portail de l’UNESCO consacré à l’accès ouvert. Les blogs : Libre accès à l’information scientifique et technique : L’un des blogs pionniers sur l’Open Access en France, alimenté par l’INIST. Open access science news is mostly good, with a bit of ugly. To see the papers that describe the latest science results, you need to have a subscription to the journals they're published in (or at least your library does).

Open access science news is mostly good, with a bit of ugly

That leaves most of the public, and even many scientists, on the wrong side of a paywall from knowing the latest goings on in their fields. To help speed the flow of scientific information, the National Institutes of Health has mandated a policy where any papers derived from research it funds are made public within a year of their publication; the Obama administration is now trying to expand that policy so it covers all federal agencies. Meanwhile, lots of journals have been founded that are open access from the start—as soon as a paper is available, anyone can download a copy. There have been many developments in open access publishing lately, so we thought we'd do a rundown of the latest news. PeerJ launches and expands. BMC Biology turns 10 and looks at the challenges of peer review. F1000 goes from pre-prints to real prints. 10 things you can do to REALLY support #OpenAccess #PDFTribute. Open Access Explained!

Open Access Overview (definition, introduction) Peter Suber First put online June 21, 2004.

Open Access Overview (definition, introduction)

Last revised December 5, 2015. Suggested short URL for this page = Peter Suber Director, Harvard Office for Scholarly CommunicationDirector, Harvard Open Access ProjectFaculty Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society Senior Researcher, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources CoalitionResearch Professor of Philosophy, Earlham This overview is also available in Chinese (October 2011), Czech (December 2013), French (September 2012), German (September 2011), Greek (February 2012), Japanese (January 2013), Polish (July 2015), Romanian (September 2012), Russian (January 2012), Slovenian (July 2005), Spanish (March 2012), and Swahili (December 2015).

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