Neil Grindley, head of resource discovery, discusses the obstacles for libraries to earmark freely available, open access content. >>
By Bill Hubbard
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By Helen Clare
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By Neil Jacobs
See Neil’s recent presentations:
- European Commission Open Access Co-ordination workshop - 4 May 2011
- Information environment programme meeting - ...
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The Knowledge Exchange has published its first book with contributions from Jisc and other experts in the field of open scholarship. The book - Open Scholarship and the Need for Collective Action - aims to better understand challenges to make scholarship more open. >>
Over the past few months I feel like I’ve been an amateur detective. Every day I read news about the mental health “crisis” affecting students and young people, and how already pressed specialist services are struggling to cope. >>