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LAR Centre is a medium of scholarly communication, and a promoter of open-access policy among academic and allied communities around the world. Established as a not-for-profit organization, LAR publishes a suit of open access, peer-reviewed journals to facilitate unrestricted dissemination of scholarly resources to all interested readers.

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LAR Blog – Think Open

Unrestricted dissemination of scholarly resources has become a vibrant issue in academic publishing industry over the past decade. This is the result of continuous and strenuous efforts of a lot of organizations and people. Since its inception LAR has followed and promoted open access in academic publishing industry. You also can also join this movement. One of the best ways to promote open access is to speak out your opinion to your community. LAR blog – Think Open - provides a space for every one - friends and foes of open access - to post their writings.

Open Access Updates

Posting Your Latest Article? You Might Have to Take It Down

An important article about the Elsevier take down notices. Read the article on Chronicle of Higher Education webpage.


Support the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTER)

On February 14, 2013 Senators Cornyn (R-TX) and Wyden (D-OR) and Representatives Doyle (D-PA), Yoder (R-KS), and Lofgren (D-CA) introduced the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research (FASTR) Act, a bill that – Read more on SPARC webpage.


White House to Highlight Open Science “Champions of Change”

On June 20, 2013 the White House honored 13leaders and organizations promoting and using open scientific data and publications to accelerate progress and improve our world. Read the press release on White House webpage.


UAlberta Opens Access To Published Research in Canada

E-journal hosting services encourage Canadian scholarly journals to break through the paywall barrier. Read the news on University of Alberta website.