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Blog Tag: Books at JSTOR

June 24, 2024

Continuing the journey: Key insights from our recent webinar with Library Journal on Path to Open

By Maria Papadouris, Content and Community Engagement Manager, ITHAKA
Assessing the Path to Open initiative in a recent webinar by Library Journal and JSTOR. Learn about the collaborative funding model for open access academic monographs developed with ACLS, University of Michigan Press, and The University of North Carolina Press. Key points, updates, and future directions discussed.

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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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