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Reblog: Taking back control: the new university and academic presses that are re-envisioning scholarly publishing

The LSE Impact Blog posted a blogpost written by Graham Stone and myself which I have reblogged underneath.

A recent report from Jisc showcases the upward trend in universities and academics setting up their own presses in an environment increasingly dominated by large commercial publishing houses. 1,425 more words

Information And Knowledge

New issue of the Journal of Creative Music Systems

We are excited to announce the second Volume of the Journal of Creative Music Systems is now out to read online.

There are some great articles in this issue covering a range of exciting research including dance-driven music, models using deep learning and creative computer systems. 96 more words

Open Access

iZiLIT - liber la descărcare

Aplicația ta, de recomandare de lectură, este disponibilă acum și poate fi descărcată gratuit de pe Google Play sau App Store.

iZiLIT – Întâlnire Zilnică cu LITeratura este o aplicație pentru telefoane smartphone, dezvoltată în cadrul proiectului cu același nume, de către Biblioteca Județeană George Barițiu Brașov, în parteneriat cu ANBPR și UER, cofinanțat de AFCN.

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Published ! CYANOCOST Special Issue in AIOL (open access)

The CYANOCOST special issue in Advances in Oceanography and Limnology (AIOL) is a collection of 13 papers  grouped under six thematic topics that resulted from international collaboration within CYANOCOST. 162 more words

Cyanobacteria

Video: An Impromptu Skype Call with Lee Berger and John Hawks from inside the Rising Star Caves as They Excavated More Homo naledi Fossils

The team excavating the fossils from the rising star cave system in South Africa is at it again. Lee Berger, John Hawks, and their master excavators and “underground astronauts” are busy excavating more extensively in the Lesedi and Dinaledi chambers that yielded such amazing finds last year. 327 more words

Evolution

Submit your work to the new CAA journal!

Finally those of us developing and applying computational techniques to the study of the human past have an appropriate place to publish our work. At last year’s CAA conference in Atlanta the new… 361 more words

Introducing Journal of Physics Communications

Where scientific publishing is concerned, we live in a world of evolving ideals.

It is widely held now, for example, that scientific research needs to be both more open and easier to share. 684 more words

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