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Blog Topic: Open access

June 12, 2024

Advancing bibliodiversity through open access: The Rise of Central American Film

By Beth Firenze, Marketing Strategist, ITHAKA
Discover the rise of Central American cinema through insightful essays in "The Rise of Central American Film in the Twenty-First Century." Explore the dramatic resurgence of filmmaking in the region from Belize to Panama. Learn about JSTOR's Path to Open pilot program supporting open access publishing for diverse voices in the academic world.

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March 19, 2024

When it comes to open access books, trust is essential

By John Lenahan, Vice President of Published Content, Licensed Collections
Unveiling the critical role of trust in open access publishing, highlighting the DOAB Trusted Platform Network's mission to combat predatory practices and uphold quality. Learn how initiatives like JSTOR ensure the integrity of scholarly works, facing challenges from perceptions of quality to generative AI, and fostering a sustainable open access ecosystem.

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October 12, 2023

Unlocking knowledge:
How open access initiatives are bridging resource gaps

By John Lenahan, Vice President of Published Content, Licensed Collections, Cristina Mezuk, Editor, Licensed Collections & Beth Firenze, Marketing Manager, Marketing Strategy
The emergence of open access is reshaping the way scholarly information is disseminated and consumed. In this comprehensive exploration, we will delve into what open access is and how JSTOR, our renowned digital library, is playing a crucial role in facilitating open access for academic journals, books, art, and research reports.

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