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No-deal with Oxford University Press

— Following extensive negotiations, the Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries and Oxford University Press (OUP) could not reach mutually acceptable terms towards renewing EPFL license and transitioning to a Read and Publish 2022 agreement, thus leading to a no-deal. This no-deal situation may affect EPFL researchers in the future.

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Infoscience provides open ccess to EPFL research

— Infoscience is EPFL’s open-access archive of research publications. It was set up in 2004 in order to disseminate our research findings and showcase our discoveries on the international stage.

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Six new Coffee Lectures to attend online

— The Library is pleased to invite you to its upcoming Coffee Lectures. Attend these 15-minute online training courses from your office, or from home!

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Store VS Back up VS Archive Research Data

— As an EPFL researcher, you store, back up and archive your research data. Storing, backing up and archiving the data produced or collected during your research activities is part of research data management. But when exactly should you back up, store or archive your research data?

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Open Access: Three new transformative agreements

— In the frame of the Swiss national strategy on Open Access, transformative agreements have been signed by swissuniversities with academic publishers American Institute of Physics (AIP), Institute of Physics (IOP), and IEEE for 2022-2024.