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Open Access Research Tools: Browser Extensions

Every year during Open Access Week, we think and talk a lot about how authors and creators can share their work (articles, books, chapters, creative work, code, and data) openly and freely with others.¬† Open access content helps to create … Continue reading

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Publishers starting to require ORCID

If you haven’t heard of an ORCID iD, you might soon. ORCID creates and maintains a registry of unique identifiers for researchers, and they announced this week that a group of seven publishers will begin requiring authors to use an ORCID … Continue reading

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What Would You Say?

The Dartmouth Academic Commons Education, Outreach and Public Relations Committee, along with the Open Dartmouth Working Group is looking forward to hosting the December 18 workshop called What Would You Say?: Talking about the Dartmouth Faculty Open Access Policy and the Dartmouth Academic Commons. This … Continue reading

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