May OpenCon Webcast: The facts behind OERApr 22, 2015
Our next OpenCon Community Webcast will delve into current research on the efficacy of Open Educational Resources and how they compare with traditional textbooks.
OpenCon 2015 Details AnnouncedApr 7, 2015
Broad Coalition Announces 2nd Conference for Students & Early Career Academic Professionals on Open Access, Open Education and Open Data
OpenCon 2015 to Take Place November 14-16 in Brussels, Belgium
Open Access and the Humanities: An Interview with Dr. Martin Paul EveMar 17, 2015
Open Access and the Humanities: An Interview with Dr. Martin Paul Eve
Student bottom-up mobilisation for open science in PolandFeb 15, 2015
Open Access brings benefits for academic community and society at large, but it is often introduced through official top-down policies with pressure from scientists. What can students do to accelerate the process of opening science?
Digital Humanities and Open Access: An Interview with Brett Bobley of the National Endowment for the HumanitiesOct 24, 2014
Scott Richard St. Louis interviews Brett Bobley, the Director of the Office of Digital Humanities at the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Don't miss these 4 webcasts to bring you up to speed on Open Access and Open Educational Resources!Oct 13, 2014
Don't miss these 3 webcasts to bring you up to speed on Open Access and Open Educational Resources!
Ideas and tips you need to pull off a great Open Access WeekSep 3, 2014
Join us this September 19th, at 6PM GMT+1
for tips and tricks for your Open Access Week!
One more week to apply for a GOGrant!Aug 10, 2014
A final call to apply for Generation Open Grants!
Apply Now! Generation Open Grants to Support Young Researcher-Led Open Access Week EventsJul 22, 2014
The Right to Research Coalition announces Generation Open Grants to Support Young Researcher-Led Open Access Week Events. Apply Now!
OpenUCT’s Access ChallengeJul 21, 2014
Uvania for University of Cape Town shares their new initiative for raising awareness around Open Access