Portico announces the trigger of 70 Open Access publications

“I’m pleased to share the news that 70 Open Access e-journals formerly hosted through De Gruyter are now available through the Portico archive. The content includes titles published by De Gruyter Poland as well as six publishers in Poland, Lithuania, and the Czech Republic. Download the full title list, which includes the metadata and URL for each journal.

The content for these titles is no longer available through any online platform; therefore, it has “triggered” and is available to the community via the Portico archive. These titles were originally published on an Open Access basis, and will remain Open Access through Portico.

 

To date, Portico has had 118 trigger events—96 of them Open Access….”

Nasze publikacje – Platforma Otwartej Nauki [Open Science in Poland 2014. A Diagnosis]

“The aim of the raport “Open Science in Poland 2014. A Diagnosis” is to present a comprehensive overview of the current state of openness in Polish science. In chapter 1, the authors present the institutional context of Open Science in Poland. In chapter 2, they analyse its selected legal aspects. In chapter 3, the current e-infrastructure of Open Access is described. Chapter 4 summarizes the results of desk research and a survey of Polish scientific journals conducted for the purpose of the report, while chapter 5 is devoted to the survey involving Polish scientists. Chapter 6 is concerned with forms of Open Science other than Open Access and open data. The report, edited by Jakub Szprot, was prepared as part of the Open Science Platform activities. It’s available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 PL licence….”

Open Science in Poland 2014. A Diagnosis

“The aim of the raport “Open Science in Poland 2014. A Diagnosis” is to present a comprehensive overview of the current state of openness in Polish science. In chapter 1, the authors present the institutional context of Open Science in Poland. In chapter 2, they analyse its selected legal aspects. In chapter 3, the current e-infrastructure of Open Access is described. Chapter 4 summarizes the results of desk research and a survey of Polish scientific journals conducted for the purpose of the report, while chapter 5 is devoted to the survey involving Polish scientists. Chapter 6 is concerned with forms of Open Science other than Open Access and open data. The report, edited by Jakub Szprot, was prepared as part of the Open Science Platform activities. It’s available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 PL licence….”