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  • Subject: ICSTI: news items
  • From: Pete Strickland <ps@iucr.org>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 15:55:37 +0100
  • Organization: IUCr
Subject: SPARC Newsetter for August

Dear All,

I know that the volume of information ABOUT OA is almost as voluminous as the 
number of articles distributed under OA and I do try to limit the news I send 
to what I consider are really worthwhile items but the latest issue of the 
SPARC newsletter -

issue #77 September 2, 2004 

is a valuable summary of a lot of OA related information.

You may want to have a look and bookmark it for future reference.

Bye, Barry

Subject: FW: NIH proposal re: access to results of NIH-funded research is now 
available for comment

Dear ICSTI Colleagues,

The proposed policy statement on enhanced public access to research
information' has now been released for comment by the US National Institutes
of Health, and may be found at the following address:


Elliot R. Siegel

Subject: Nature Web Debate on Open Access

Dear All,

This is a summary of the final articles from the Nature site on the subject of 
Open Access. Like my previous message you might want to bookmark this one 

Bye, Barry

Declan Butler
19 March 2004

Experiments in publishing
 From Nature 9 September 2004

The pros and cons of Open Access
Kate Worlock
13 September 2004

The orthodoxy of Open Access
John Ewing
13 September 2004

Journal publishing: what do authors want?
Ian Rowlands, Dave Nicholas and Paul Huntingdon
13 September 2004

What do societies do with their publishing surpluses?
Christine Baldwin and Sally Morris
13 September 2004

Electronic publishing models and the public good
Bernard Rous
13 September 2004

Britain decides 'open access' is still an open issue
Declan Butler
> From Nature 22 July 2004

The best business model for scholarly journals:an economist's perspective
Mark J. McCabe and Christopher M. Snyder
16 July 2004

A professional society's take on access to the scientific literature
Bettie Sue Masters and Judith S. Bond
8 July 2004

An evidence-based assessment of the 'author pays' model
Donald W. King and Carol Tenopir, University of Pittsburgh/Tennessee
25 June 2004

PNAS and Open Access
Nicholas R. Cozzarelli, University of California at Berkeley
25 June 2004

The primacy of authors in achieving Open Access
Peter Suber
10 June 2004

Not so quiet on a Western front
Daniel Greenstein, University of California
28 May 2004

Can 'author pays' journals compete with 'reader pays'?
T.C. Bergstrom and C.T Bergstrom, Universities of California, and Washington
20 May 2004

The green and the gold roads to Open Access
Stevan Harnad et al.
17 May 2004

Can Open Access be viable? The Institute of Physics' experience
John Haynes, IOP Publishing Ltd
7 May 2004

Do Open Access journals have impact?
James Pringle, Thomson ISI
7 May 2004

CrossRef launches CrossRef Search, powered By Google
Ed Pentz, CrossRef
29 April 2004

Analysing the scientific literature in its online context
Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University
29 April 2004

Open Access needs to get 'back to basics'
Leo Waaijers, SURF
23 April 2004

Open Access ignoring lessons of dot-com bubble
Marie Meyer, Vertilog
22 April 2004

Is free affordable?
John B. Hawley, Journal of Clinical Investigation
15 April 2004

Open access by the article: an idea whose time has come?
Thomas J. Walker, University of Florida
15 April 2004

How journals can 'realistically' boost access
Ira Mellman, Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Cell Biology
8 April 2004

Experimenting with Open Access publishing
Martin Richardson and Claire Saxby, Oxford University Press
8 April 2004

On being scientific about science publishing
Ann Okerson, Associate University Librarian,Yale University
1 April 2004

The myth of 'unsustainable' Open Access journals
Jan Velterop, BioMed Central
1 April 2004

Open access and learned Societies
Will open access prove a blessing or a curse to learned societies?
Kate Worlock, EPS
25 March 2004

Why electronic publishing means people will pay different prices
Andrew Odlyzko, Digital Technology Center, University of Minnesota
25 March 2004

Open access and not-for-profit publishers
Sally Morris, Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers
19 March 2004

Open Access:yes, no, maybe
Karen Hunter, Elsevier
19 March 2004

Universities' own electronic repositories yet to impact on Open Access
Mark Ware, Publishing Consultant
19 March 2004

PLoS co-founder defends free dissemination of peer-reviewed journals online
Patrick Brown, Public Library of Science
19 March 2004

Science editor-in-chief warns of PLoS growing pains
Donald Kennedy, Science
19 March 2004

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Subject: Opinion piece on Peer Review

Dear All,

Here: http://www.the-scientist.com/yr2004/sep/opinion_040913.html

you will find an Opinion Piece on Peer Review, in the context of the public 
perception of Science. IMO, it is a very well balanced piece.

Bye, Barry


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