As Open Access is making ever increasing waves in the academic publishing business, top publishers are determined not to lose their bearing. A Guest Article by Beata Socha. The big four players in the publishing industry, e.g., Elsevier, Springer, Wiley and Taylor & Francis, have […]
In the wake of the 2017 Munich Security Conference, De Gruyter launched SIRIUS: A Journal for Strategic Analyses in partnership with the German Science and Democracy Foundation. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. This journal appearing in both German and English will serve as a […]
In 2016, the Austrian Science Fund has included De Gruyter into the roster of publishing houses recognized as preferred venues for open access funding. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. The decision of the Austrian Science Fund (Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF)) to […]
In 2016, the Open Access Journal Open Archaeology has produced a collection of topical articles on the status of metal-detecting for other than scientific reasons in different European countries.
As De Gruyter announces its collaborative initiative to make works and articles in social sciences, humanities and other fields available in free access, it also highlights its difference from open access. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. On April 6, 2017, jointly with other […]
As De Gruyter felicitates Ziad Bou Akl who, as one of its authors, won the Sheikh Zayed Book Award for Translation, this also highlights academic publication funding initiatives in the UAE. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. On March 31, 2017, De Gruyter has formally […]
De Gruyter has announced its sponsorship of the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB), in a sign of its dedication to academic open access.
The first Institutional Repository in Malta, [email protected] was launched in September 2014. Over the course of the following two years the repository has grown significantly – in terms of the quantity of deposited material. A Guest Contribution by Martin Lochman. Since its launch in September […]