The Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) is a crowd-sourced project to capture new developments on open access to research and one of the best methods for keeping current on scholarly communication issues. Visit the OATP on TagTeam, or check out the RSS feed of the latest developments:
DigitalKoans is an excellent source for news and commentary related to digital information issues, including scholarly communication, digital scholarship, and open access. It is published by Charles W. Bailey, creator of Digital Scholarship.
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