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In this interview we learn more about Scholastica, an OASPA member in the Infrastructure & Services category. All views expressed are those of the interviewee and not of OASPA. Q. Tell us a bit about your organisation and the service it provides – and your role within it. Hello! I’m Brian Cody, CEO and... Read full article > The post OASPA member spotlight: Interview with Scholastica appeared first on OASPA.
Date: Thursday 14 December 2023 Time: 1 – 2.15 pm UK / UTC Other time zones: 5am Pacific Time | 7am Central Time | 8am Eastern Time | 10am Brasilia Time | 2pm Central European Time | 2pm West Africa Time | 3pm South Africa Standard Time | 6:30pm India Standard Time | 9pm Central... Read full article > The post Webinar – Research libraries in an Open Access world appeared first on OASPA.
As well as the recording above, please find the panelists’ slides below and responses to attendee questions. Date: Wednesday 15 November 2023 Time: 4pm – 5.15pm UK Other time zones: 8.00 am Pacific Time | 10.00 am Central Time | 11.00 am Eastern Time | 1.00 pm Brasilia Time | 5.00 pm Central European... Read full article > The post Webinar – Open Access after the Transformation: The Funder Perspective appeared first on OASPA.
This is a guest post by Christina Lembrecht and Ben Ashcroft of OASPA member De Gruyter about the recent announcement regarding the transformation of its journal portfolio via the S2O model. This post represents the views of the authors and not OASPA. De Gruyter was founded to support scholars, promote knowledge, and spread quality research... Read full article > The post Guest Post: Why De Gruyter Decided to Use Subscribe to Open as the Main Model to Transform Our Journal Portfolio appeared first on OASPA.