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SCOSS’s Second Funding Cycle launches


Three Open Science infrastructure services have been vetted by SCOSS and selected for our second funding cycle: the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) and Open Access Publishing in European Networks (OAPEN), the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) and OpenCitations. Read about why these services were selected and how you can help support them.

CRKN latest national consortium to join SCOSS


CRKN, the Canadian Research Knowledge Network, is the latest to join several other national consortia by becoming a member of the SCOSS Advisory Group. Others include Jisc (UK), the Bibsam Consortium (Sweden), CERES (Norway) and The Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries (Switzerland). We look forward to more joining us.

DOAJ reaches its funding target


We are delighted to announce that the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) has reached its funding target to cover its operational costs as outlined in its SCOSS application. Eight consortia and 175 institutions/organisations from 18 different countries have committed support to DOAJ. “We’d like to thank our supporters. That this many organisations have

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