https://innoscholcomm.silk.co/: website with aims to “chart innovation in scholarly information and communication flows from evolutionary and network perspectives.” Includes a graphic to show helpful tools for researchers in the world of scholarly communication, and write-ups of many OA resources and potential workflows.
Through Digital Commons, the USF Library publishes, preserves, and promotes faculty publications, student theses and dissertations, conference and event proceedings, open access journals, and textbooks . With more than 7 million downloads from over 200 different countries, publications on Scholar Commons reach the global research community.
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The Textbook Affordability Project (TAP) promotes awareness of textbook affordability issues and provides solutions to ensure that course materials are up-to-date and satisfy academic needs, while remaining affordable to students. TAP finds potential open access textbooks for students and faculty to freely use, and also coordinates with Scholar Commons' Open Access Textbooks collection.