Harvard Library

| April 26, 2012

Harvard Library’s Faculty Advisory Council is telling faculty that it’s financially ‘untenable’ for the university to keep on paying extortionate access fees for academic journals. It’s suggesting that faculty make their research publicly available, switch to publishing in open access journals and consider resigning from the boards of journals that don’t allow open access.

via Harvard Library to faculty: we’re going broke unless you go open access – Boing Boing.