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Last month Elsevier withdrew its support for the controversial Research Works Act (RWA). Had it become law, the RWA would have rolled back the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requiring that funded researchers make their papers freely available on the Web within 12 months of publication. It would also have outlawed other US federal agencies from introducing similar policies. As such, the bill was a direct assault on Green Open Access. But while Elsevier’s retreat was a big win for supporters of Open Access (OA), OA will continue to be a brick-by-brick process — as evidenced by recent events in Australia.   By Richard Poynder, Open and Shut?,

March 13, 2012.

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EBLIDA Highlights "The Right to E-Read" on World Book and Copyright Day -
On 23rd of April, to coincide with the United Nations’ World Book Day and World Copyright Day, World Book Day and World Copyright Day, the European Bureau of Library Information and Documentation Associations (EBLIDA) is rallying the European community to its "Right to e-Read" Campaign. 

European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations, 24 April 2014.

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NISO Publishes Revised Recommendations for Knowledge Bases and Related Tools (KBART) -

Revision adds recommendations on metadata for consortia, open access materials, e-books, and conference proceedings.
National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 07 Apr. 2014.

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Ithaka Study Shows Shifting Priorities Among Academic Librarians -
On March 12, academic research nonprofit Ithaka S+R released its latest survey of academic library leaders. Gathering input from 499 library deans and directors from institutions large and small, the new Library Survey—the first of its kind since 2010—paints a picture of the shifting priorities of modern academic libraries, the challenges they face, and the resources and leadership techniques they’re using to meet those challenges.
By Ian Chant
Library Journal, 13 March 2014
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