Open access repository for philosophy

Open access repository for philosophy

PhilArchive, formerly known as the PhilPapers Archive, is a relaunch of the largest open access, free e-print archive in philosophy. It consists entirely of articles submitted by users with over 27,000 items and 5000 categories managed by 707 volunteer editors. It is...
PsyArXiv: open access preprints

PsyArXiv: open access preprints

Another dedicated, free, open access digital archive for preprints, this time for psychology. PsyArXIv was just named the preprint service of choice for the American Psychological Association. It is maintained by the Society for the Improvement of Psychological...
Who has the right to research?

Who has the right to research?

The Right to Research Coalition is an international alliance of student organizations whose motto is: Access to research is a student right. Check out their “Student Statement on the Right to Research” which promotes open access to scholarly research so...
SocArXiv Preprints: a new option

SocArXiv Preprints: a new option

Interested in open access for scholarly research? This recently launched service SocArXiv Preprints, modelled after arXiv, accepts preprints in arts and humanities, education, law, and social and behavioral sciences. Why is it important? The frequently-used service by...
European Union Open Data Portal

European Union Open Data Portal

It’s new, and underdevelopment with over 10,000 EU datasets already available via this single point of access: European Union Open Data Portal. Data are free for you to use and reuse for commercial or non-commercial purposes, and covers various statistics,...
Fortepan: a gallery of photos

Fortepan: a gallery of photos

We love this online photo collection of Budapest and other places in Hungary from 1900 through about 1990. Fortepan has been online since 2010 and has grown to about 80 thousand images under the direction and creative genius of volunteer editors and helpers. All of...