Is withholding your data simply bad science, or should it fall under scientific misconduct?, blog post by Nicole Janz with several interesting comments.
Another interesting article related to data sharing reminds us that some important commercial data will never be openly shared and all open data has costs: Why Should Data Be Free; Don't You Get What You Pay For? BioScience (June 2015) 65 (6): 541-542. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biv052
Where to Publish, by Anna Sharman in The Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England 97(5):329-332. Journal selection strategy advice incorporating open access megajournals.
Jigisha Patel continues a Beginner's Guide to Peer Review series on the BioMed Central blog. Topics so far have been how to decide whether to accept an invitation to peer review, how to begin the peer review process, and how to write a good peer review report.
If you missed last summer's MOOC on Copyright for Educators and Librarians, it is now available in an on-demand format.