Aisa participated in the 14th Berlin Open Access Conference with a poster presenting our copyright reform proposal, but in the wider perspective of the – somehow paradoxical – Italian way to open access. A PDF version of our contribution can be seen here.
Paola Gargiulo, one of our founding and board members, has been interviewed by LIBER. The full text of the interview is available here.
The Italian Association for the promotion of Open Science wishes to draw the attention of researchers, students, librarians and administrators of universities and research institutions on an add on of the CARE license with the Elsevier publisher covering the period 2018-2022, the so-called ” Pilot Open Access Gold “.
CARE is a e-resources licensing consortium […]
Wikimedia projects contributor Federico Leva, frustrated at the number of pay-walled articles linked from the Italian and English Wikipedia, decided to contact their authors directly. Using the available data, almost half a million depositable articles by a million authors were found. An email was sent to each of them where possible: the message thanked them for contributing […]