April, 18 2019 Sourcing Open Access Articles Is Easier Than You Think Article Galaxy, Reprints Desk’s research platform, integrates Open Access filters into document order forms by default.
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February, 28 2019 Research at a Tipping Point? Have you noticed the news lately about the research publishing business? The Chronicle of Higher Education recently suggested we’re at a tipping point for scholarly publishing and goes on to mention libraries cancelling “Big Deal” subscription packages; Plan S to drive Open Access and the publisher pushback against it; researchers who remain frustrated by paywalls, (and even resorting to illegal means to access content).