Swiss universities have recently signed Read & Publish agreements with 5 (maybe soon 6) large academic publishers. These agreements allow researchers to publish open-access in renowned hybrid journals without paying APCs (Article Processing Charges). Our colleague Catherine Brendow, in charge of open access in the library, explains what they are, how they work, and how Graduate Institute researchers can benefit from them.Continue reading “Read and Publish Agreements: An Easier Way to Publish Open Access”
La Bibliothèque sera fermée du vendredi 2 avril au lundi 5 avril inclus.
Joyeuses Pâques à tous et toutes !
The Library will be closed from Friday, 2 April, through Monday, 5 April.
Happy holidays to everyone!
Illustration: Chicks, by Lolame (Pixabay license)
Check out our new guide for an overview of all the trainings, workshops and presentations the Library has to offer. Choose your menu depending on your profile and appetite!
- For starters, we suggest introductions to better know the Library, its services and collections.
- Continue with more substantial trainings to learn about Zotero – a bibliographic reference manager –, research data management, and open access.
- For dessert, toppings are very short presentations on a specific subject such as Unpaywall or Creative Commons licenses.
Check out the calendar and register now!
We can also offer personalised support – make an appointment with a librarian through the “Tête-à-tête” form.
Enjoy your meal!
Illustration: Menu, by stokpic (Pixabay license)
As the Lunar New Year celebrations come to a close and the full moon makes an appearance, let’s enter the year of the Ox with new perspectives, courtesy of the China and East Asia Studies initiative. Listen as they reflect on different traditions in East Asia, their personal experiences of past new years, the soft power appeal of these celebrations, and the impact of a global pandemic on the celebrations.
- Laura Nijssen
- Jiae Yang
- Shirley (Yue) Chen
- Yoshiharu Wakabayashi
- Filippo De Gennaro
- Track 1: public domain
- Track 2: China Town by Audiobinger, CC BY-NC