Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – November 13, 2015

News, views and info on Open Science & scholarly publishing from the past week

OUP Blog
The future of scholarly publishing

Chronicle of Higher Education
What open-access publishing actually costs

Chronicle of Higher Education
Introducing Open Library of the Humanities

Times Higher Education
Journal impact factors ‘no longer credible’

Research Policy
Editors’ JIF-boosting stratagems – Which are appropriate and which not? [subscription required]

Inside Higher Education
More support for ‘Lingua’ editors

PLOS Blogs
Peer review – tips for junior reviewers

Academic publishing can’t remain such a great business

The Guardian
European commission unveils its A-team of science advisers

Scientific American
China’s first science Nobel Prize exposes stresses on country’s research

How computers broke science—and what we can do to fix it

Behind the scenes at the breakthrough prizes, the glitzy oscars for science

Chronicle of Higher Education
3 Rules of academic blogging

The Telegraph
The junior doctors’ contract threatens research and medical progress

Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research

OUP Blog
“Fordham professors write your books, right?”

@Academics Say blog
Academic assholes and the circle of niceness

UD Daily
Open access topic | Grad students discuss open access to scholarly research in collaboration with UD Library

The Guardian
Measuring up: how open data could spur drive to meet the global goals

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