Monthly Archives: October 2013

Reporting on ORCID…and a Call for Stories

“Hell is a place where nothing connects to nothing.” TS Elliot, Introduction to The Inferno     This past Monday ORCID released their first Public Data File, which was released under CC0. This data file includes a snapshot of all public data in the ORCID registry at the time of release and is part of… Read more »


Connecting the dots: Guiding researchers to OA policies, OA repositories and central OA funds at their institution

Over the last few years, funders and research institutions worldwide have introduced policies in support of open access. These policies often include a recommendation or a requirement for articles to be deposited in the institution’s repository. An increasing number of institutions also now provide a central fund to help cover article processing charges for open… Read more »

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