Category Week in Links

Week in Links — October 17.

What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? We’ve been actively promoting our Thunderclap campaign, and have been fortunate to receive incredible support, reaching over one million people. Thank you to all who added their contribution! There are still 4 days left till the launch of the new Open […]

Week in Links — October 3.

What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? We’re launching the new Open Access Button on Tuesday October 21st! Our website and app as it is now is will temporarily disappear, don’t worry though it’ll be back in Open Access Week! As we prepare for the upcoming Open Access […]

THE WEEK IN LINKS — SEPTEMBER 19

“What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? ” The Open Access Button has joined with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Creative Commons and the Right to Research Coalition to launch a petition in support of Diego Gomez who currently faces up to eight years in prison for posting research results […]

THE WEEK IN LINKS — SEPTEMBER 12

“What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week ?” Ernesto Priego, a lecturer in Library Science, City University London and Open Access advocate, pointed out at his interview with the Open Access Button the importance of libraries in Open Access. “Libraries are at the forefront of both access to information […]

THE WEEK IN LINKS — SEPTEMBER 4

What has been happening in the world of Open Access in the last week? Graham Steel, an Open Access Button user and a tireless advocate for Open Access talked with the Open Access Button team about why he believes that paywalls stifle innovation and progress in science. “At the very moment that most of us carry access […]