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Open AccessAugust 2017: Open Access looks set to shake up the humanities and social sciences book landscape for the better

A little over three years ago, the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the British Library set out to explore what the 'Academic Book of the Future’ might look like, in the context of open access publishing and the digital revolution. A project team including researchers from King's College London and University College London collaborated with academics, libraries, publishers and book-sellers to understand perspectives and pinpoint key developments. Full story


imageKU ResearchJuly 2017: A base at the University of Michigan Library

Making access to knowledge more equal has been the driving force behind KU. But, as we all know, getting there is hard and flipping business models into something new and sustainable to achieve lofty goals was never going to be easy. Knowledge Unlatched Research is pleased to be making a small contribution to better understanding how books are used and how in the digital age we can harness the power of knowledge and make it available to all. Full story

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There are always concerns whether a university library is investing in the right content. A project initially set up for Knowledge Unlatched by the KU Research team.
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