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    • Reminder: CFP: Library Publishing Forum (and pre-conference showcase) January 16, 2018
      Greetings Please distribute widely. You may present at and attend the Library Publishing Forum, whether or not you are a member of the Library Publishing Coalition. This year’s forum will be held May 21-23 2018 in beautiful Twin Cities, Minnesota! Library Publishing Forum 2018 May 21-23,
    • OSI News, January 2018 edition January 11, 2018
      [image: cid:image001.jpg@01D389F5.9D7C05A0] WELCOME TO 2018! OSI has big plans for this year! The summit group will meet in March to finalize OSI’s 2018-19 action plans (see details below), the culture of communication reform effort will begin to gain traction with the launch of the rscomm
    • Re: Special issue on open access January 4, 2018
      Appears that they are not open. -- Eric Olson Membership Specialist, North America, ORCID Cell: +1 (757) 817-0608 ------------------------------ From: on behalf of Martin G. Hicks
    • RE: Special issue on open access January 4, 2018
      But will the article be open access? Martin Hicks From: [] On Behalf Of Wagner, Caroline S. Sent: Donnerstag, 4. Januar 2018 13:36 To: Glenn Hampson; 'The Open Scholarship Initiative'; Subject: Special issue on
    • Special issue on open access January 4, 2018
      Dear OSI friends, In case you have not seen, the Journal of Scholarly Publishing has a special issue on open access. Happy (open) new year to all. Caroline Wagner Ohio State ------------------------------ From:
    • FW: Today on The Scholarly Kitchen January 3, 2018
      Here’s a great article to start your New Year by Rick Anderson---who, I believe, actually has more than one brain (which allows him to do his job while also writing articles for the Scholarly Kitchen, staying active in OSI, and also being active in the music world---#deepstate). From: The
    • Re: CDC's 'forbidden' word list! December 29, 2017
      Glenn, You are correct that we modify our wording to fit with what a granting agency is interested in covering or not use terminology that might raise some morally sensitive issues a funder might want to avoid. But that is, as far as I am aware, a researcher decision based on their thoughts of
    • RE: CDC's 'forbidden' word list! December 26, 2017
      Hi Laurie, I don’t disagree, FWIW. I’m just advancing the “alternative facts” argument that if protecting science is the new normal, and if one tactic for doing this is to make our science-for-budget-analysts documents sound less science-y, then so be it, as long the motive is to speak a
    • Re: CDC's 'forbidden' word list! December 26, 2017
      "In a different take from yesterday’s Slate magazine (, author Daniel Engber claims this “word ban” originated from within the CDC (not from political appointees) and was an attempt to avoid unwanted scrutiny from White House budget analysts and Congressional Republicans.
    • Re: FTC and SSRN December 23, 2017
      Just sharing for everyone else who is interested .... it turns out that if I had checked all the way down to the end of the post I liked to ... the answer was already there in a comment. FTC closed case shortly thereafter. Lisa ___ Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe On Fri, Dec 22,

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