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New Copyright: Keeping the Rights of the Authors at their own Publications
In the role of an author you can protect your rights to place your former (1966-1994 in paper magazines printed) publications also on-line or to let place them by e.g. your local library on-line professionally at a later time, if you grant your library the right before 31.12.2007 (thus very soon), (e.g. non-exclusive, without to forbid it for others, e.g. the publishing house) and to communicate this to the publishing house. Otherwise the right always cedes to the publishing house.
"EurOpenScholar will be a showcase and a tool for the promotion of OA in Europe. It will be a consortium of European universities resolved to move forward on OA and to try to convince the largest possible number of researchers, their institutions and their European Funding Agencies to engage now in what will undoubtedly be the mode of communication of tomorrow. The transitional period will be the most difficult. Our goal is to facilitate and thereby accelerate as much as possible the transition to the OA era...
RTejournal: 4th issue
The RTejournal - forum for Rapid Technology has just been published in its 4th issue 2007 with numerous new contributions.
DFG wants to support Open Access eJournals
The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) introduces new Open Access support programme for scientific Journals
UNESCO Open Access Guide now available!
The german UNESCO-Comission has published an Open Access Guide, containing information about the chances and challenges of this model.
zeitenblicke: new issue
Kaiserliches und päpstliches Lehnswesen in der Frühen Neuzeit
Information platform open-access.net now online!
Social Work & Society: the 7th issue lunched
The Co-Ordinating Office SW&S is pleased to announce the new issue of SOCIAL WORK & SOCIETY.
Petition for guaranteed public access to publicly-funded research results
zeitenblicke: digital media and science culture
This issue follows upon the conference 'digital media and science cultures' which took place on 30.03.06 in Cologne. It follows questions of the medial turn and the consequences for the science cultures.
Open Access information platform - DFG funded project
A new Open Access information platform will be developed as a funded project by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Its goal is to collect information to Open Access, give concrete recommendations for action and argumentation assistance, exchange of practical experiences as well as materials to Open Access. The Open Access information platform addresses itself primarily to scientific authors, university administration and socities.
Brains, Minds & Media recently published eBook
eBook "Neural Networks as Cybernetic Systems" (2nd and revised edition) by Holk Cruse recently published in Brains, Minds & Media, supplemented by "tkCybernetics", a simulation tool for cybernetic circuits by Thorsten Roggendorf.
zeitenblicke: new Issue
National Identities - International Avant-gardes Munich as European center of the artist training
socwork.net: new issue
Vol.4 (2006) Issue 1
RTejournal: new issue
Issue 3 (2006)
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