The new open access, rapid-review overlay journal aims to combat misinformation in Covid-19 research.
Institute ends negotiations for a new journals contract in the absence of a proposal aligning with the MIT Framework for Publisher Contracts.
Despite closing campus locations, the MIT Libraries continue to provide vital support for teaching, learning, and research.
Drawing on two decades of experience, MIT offers classes and tools for educators, parents, and students in a suddenly virtual world.
The MIT Libraries and three universities negotiate innovative agreement with the Association for Computing Machinery.
Principle-based framework aims to support the needs of scholars, reflect MIT principles, and advance science.
Report urges MIT community to openly share the products of its research and teaching.
$850,000 grant from Arcadia will allow exploration of alternatives to the traditional market-based business model for professional and scholarly monographs.
Report catalogs, analyzes available open-source publishing software; warns open publishing must grapple with siloed development and community-owned ecosystems.
Steven Keating SM'12, PhD '16 inspired millions with his research-driven approach to battling cancer and his advocacy for open patient health data.
Open access journal to promote the latest research, educational resources, and commentary from leading minds in data science.
Interim head of MIT Anthropology explains the plan's vision and challenges, plus progress made at an historic MIT workshop.
The MIT community is invited to comment on ways to increase sharing of research, data, software, and more.