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The SPARC Libraries & OER Forum is a network of academic and research librarians interested in open educational resources (OER) connected through a public e-mail discussion list and monthly calls. The goals of this forum are:

This site provides information for libraries, presses, and other academic units interested in launching and maintaining campus-based publishing partnerships.

These readings may be helpful for those interested in establishing, accessing, or just educating themselves about online repositories, both institutional and disciplinary.

During the past several years, Open Data has become a field of urgent interest to researchers, scholars, and librarians. With the amount of scientific data doubling every year, issues surrounding the access, use, and curation of data sets are increasing in importance.

Papers, presentations, guides, and other publications on the topic of Open Access.

This page provides priorities for supporting Open Educational Resources.

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Please respond to SPARC with requests for documents or more information, as well as additions or corrections to the following lists. Contact companies individually for product pricing.

The following resources may be helpful for those interested in establishing, accessing, or just learning about online repositories, both institutional and disciplinary.

SPARC is an active participant in the Information Access Alliance (IAA), a group of library organizations working to highlight the budgetary impact of the rapid escalation of the price of information, particularly of journals in science, technology,

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