A bibliography and references on Open Access made up of Websites on Open Access Repositories/Suppliers and Information of Developments on Open Access, scholarly articles and news have been made available in this Toolkit. It is hoped that these resources will help to provide additional relevant information on this topical issue (OA).
- Cornell University Library
- Directory of Open Access Journals
- Encyclopedia of Mathematics
- The OAIster (Open Archives Initiative) Database
- Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook
- Public Library of Science-PLoS ONE
- The Registry of Open Access Repositories
Developments on OA
- Declaration on Open Access for LIS Authors
- Freedom of Information Laws By Country
- Open Access in the Americas
- Open Access Mandates and the ‘Fair Dealing’ Button
- Publisher Embargoes and the Copy-Request Button
- Research Funders Announce Open Access Policies (China)
- The Tech Behind Digitizing the Vatican Library: Open Access for All
- A Time for Radical Hope, Freedom and Responsibility: Publishing and Building New Publics
- Understandings of Opening Access
Aliaga, F. M. (2014). Twenty years of electronic publishing and open access: A pioneer reaches maturity. RELIEVE - Revista Electrónica De Investigación Y Evaluación Educativa, 20(1), 1-9. doi:10.7203/relieve.20.1.3856
Fruin, C., & Rascoe, F. (2014). Funding open access journal publishing. College & Research Libraries News, 75(5), 240-243.
Hawkins, A. R., Kimball, M. A., & Ives, M. (2013). Mandatory open access publishing for electronic theses and dissertations: Ethics and enthusiasm. Journal Of Academic Librarianship, 39(1), 32-60. doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2012.12.003
Linlin, Z. (2014). Riding the wave of open access: Providing library research support for scholarly publishing literacy. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 45(1), 3-18. doi:10.1080/00048623.2014.882873
Reinsfelder, T. L., & Anderson, J. A. (2013). Observations and perceptions of academic administrator influence on Open Access initiatives. Journal Of Academic Librarianship, 39(6), 481-487. doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2013.08.014
Rizor, S. L., & Holley, R. P. (2014). Open access goals revisited: How green and gold open access are meeting (or not) their original goals. Journal Of Scholarly Publishing, 45(4), 321-335. doi:10.3138/jsp.45.4.01
Roach, A. K., & Gainer, J. (2013). On open access to research: The green, the gold, and the public good. Journal Of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 56(7), 530-534. doi:10.1002/JAAL.177
Xiao, L., & Askin, N. (2014). Academic opinions of Wikipedia and Open Access publishing. Online Information Review, 332-347. doi:10.1108/OIR-04-2013-0062
Bianchini, L. (2014, Jul 10). One size does not fit all. Exciting times for Open Access as PeerJ announces second round of funding.
Crichton, D. (2014, Mar 3). From crowdfunding to open access, startups are experimenting with academic research. TechCrunch Daily.
Hoffman, S. (2014, Jun 26). Open source vs. open access (vs. free).
Kwan, A. (2013, August 20). Open Access and scholarly monographs in Canada. Publishing @ SFU.
Matthews, D. (2014, June 12). Open access publisher brings scholarship to developing world. Times Higher Education.
Roetter. M. (2014, Jul 26). Open-access wholesale mobile networks can’t guarantee success.
Solano, J. (2014, Jul 16). Libraries support stem education with open access. Marketing and Communications.
Suber. P. (2013, Dec 16). Open access overview.
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Last update: 4 August 2014