Link below to websites, blog postings, articles, and calls to action, all of which relate to journal affordability, pricing, and access.
-M. Bernard

iPubSci: An Alternative to Unaffordable Science Journals
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ACTION: Public Access to Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Publications
Resulting From Federally Funded Research. Responses due 1/12/12
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SPARC®, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
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Suber: Leader of a Leaderless Revolution (Interview by Richard Poynder, Information Today, July-August, 2011)
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Collection of Peter Suber's Writings on Open Access
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Create Change - Focus on how academic research is shared, and how that process is changing
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The Right to Research Coalition
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Librarians in London lead revolt against scholarly journals
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U. of California Tries Just Saying No to Rising Journal Costs
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Boycott of Nature journals by U. of California avoided
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Library budgets pressured by rising journal prices
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The Impending Death of Scientific Journals
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What’s wrong with scholarly publishing today? slideshow
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Journal pricing analysis 2011: Costs are going up
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Open access is not the magic cure for scholarly publishing costs
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Beall’s list of predatory, open access publishers 2012
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The costs and benefits of library site licenses to academic journals
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Will open access compete away monopoly profits in journal publishing?
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Free Labor for Costly Journals?
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Profile of Ted and Carl Bergstrom, a father-son team with a history of activism in scholarly communication
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Economics of bundled site licenses (from Ted Bergstrom’s group)
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Journal cost effectiveness (2010)
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Researchers should charge publishers for reviewing journals
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Download a Powerpoint presentation prepared for U. California faculty members describing changes in forms of scholarly communication
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