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Finding a place for Open Infra funding


As budgets tighten and the need for open resources swells, remaining diligent in our efforts to fund essential Open Science services remains critical

Three months ago, our world was turned upside down. Things went quiet as we tried to find our bearings. Now, we are working to figure out how to move forward.
Watching the global scientific community mobilise these past

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Swiss consortium pledges 216 000 Euros to SHERPA/RoMEO and DOAJ


The Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries, comprising sixteen libraries and the Swiss National Science Foundation, is the third national consortium to commit to the SCOSS initiative. swissuniversities, the Rectors’ Conference of Swiss Higher Education Institutions, contributes approximately 50% of the total costs in the framework of the Swiss National Strategy for Open Access.

SCOSS publishes Pilot Progress report


The report is the result of an assessment that involved the SCOSS Board as well as representatives from DOAJ and SHERPA/RoMEO, offers a thorough examination of what worked – and what could have worked better, and includes details of how lessons learned will be incorporated moving forward. Download it here.

Over 1 million euros raised


In just over one year, together with the library and research communities worldwide, we have helped raise over 1 million euros from across the globe to help fund DOAJ and Sherpa RoMEO. If you have not yet contributed to Sherpa RoMEO, who still have a way to go to reach their target, please contact Azhar Hussain: