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Towards a global knowledge commons


Beyond open access

We recognise the need to beyond access, to create an open and fair system for sharing research outcomes. Five Prerequisites for a Sustainable Knowledge Commons

Good Practice Principles for Scholarly Communication Services

Joint statement by COAR and SPARC

Next Generation Repositories

The behaviours and technologies are now available on a dedicated website and through GitHub.

#COAR2019

Hosted by the Center for Direct Scientific Communication (CCSD)

 

       

Feb 06 COAR Updated Feedback on the Guidance on Implementation of Plan S

February 6, 2019 – This is a slightly updated version of the COAR initial feedback published on December 13, 2018. The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) reiterates our strong support for the goal of Plan S to achieve “immediate … Continue reading »

Jan 29 Good Practice Principles for Scholarly Communication Services

January 29, 2019 – Science and scholarship are critical to improving our lives and solving the world’s most intractable problems. The communication of research, a vital step in the research process, should be efficient, effective and fulfill the core values … Continue reading »

Jan 10 Webinar on Plan S and Repositories

COAR provided a response on the guidance on the implementation of the Plan S on December 13th and hosted a webinar with the repository community today to discuss Plan S requirements and the potential implications of them for repositories. Kathleen … Continue reading »

Dec 13 COAR’s response to draft implementation requirements in Plan S

The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) reiterates our support for the goal of Plan S to achieve “immediate Open Access to all scholarly publications from research” and we appreciate the opportunity to provide feedback on the guidance on the … Continue reading »

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