This blog post was written by Ebenezer Kakra Acheampong, SFU Library co-op student
Radical Access: The SFU Scholarly Publishing blog
This blog post was written by Samantha Snodgrass, SFU Library co-op student.
Open Access is a model of research sharing that aspires to free availability of scholarly research. Supporting open scholarship is a core value of the SFU Library, and Open Access is a step towards making the academic world more accessible and open. SFU Library is proud to have emphasized this value by celebrating International Open Access Week 2022.
As the Budapest Open Access Initiative turns 20, several weeks ago in the USA, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) announced new guidance on access to federally funded research, namely for taxpayers to get immediate and free access to all publicly funded research, and their supporting data, by 2026.
Using OpenStreetMap for your research: leveraging a massive global geographic database that emphasizes local knowledge
This blog post was written by Sandra Maglanque, SFU Library co-op student.
This blog post was written by Sandra Maglanque, SFU Library co-op student
With the release of Zotero 6, there are many updates and improvements to make Zotero even more convenient and functional for your research.