This guide is meant to help Alumni, Community Members, Students, and Faculty gain access to scholarly content without having to spend extra money to do so.
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Big Deal Cancellation Tracking from the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
Changing publishing ecologies: A landscape study of new university presses and academic-led publishing by Janneke Adema and Graham Stone
The Garden of a New Agreement by Eva Tonnessen from Krono
GLOALL: Global Alliance of Open Access Scholarly Communication Platforms
Open Statement Why UC Cut Ties with Elsevier
The STM Report: An Overview of Scientific and Scholarly Publishing
Transformative Agreements: a Primer by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe
Turning Point for Scholarly Publishing by Lindsay Ellis from The Chronicle of Higher Education
University Journals Portal Development
Whose Knowledge?: a global campaign to center the knowledge from marginalized communities on the internet
This guide is created by the digital scholarship and scholarly communication committee at Portland State University Library. We have referenced many other guides in developing and assembling this resource. Please contact Jill Emery, Collection Development & Management Librarian with any technical problems or content concerns.