I paid $$$ - Where is my open access symbol?

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-01-07

Summary:

"If you already paid your APC and your article has no open access symbol, contact your journal or publisher directly and ask them to deposit your license information with Crossref or get in touch with ScienceOpen directly. As a special offer until the end of the year, ScienceOpen will update publisher content for free. If a publisher lets us know that they have added license information or abstracts to their Crossref metadata, we will upgrade those records in the ScienceOpen discovery environment.

Big data, text mining, machine learning, artificial intelligence – these are the trends in scholarly communication that are shaping the future already. Your open access article is not only free for humans to read, but also for computers. Computers don’t care about impact factors, they care about structured information. They can uncover fascinating connections on the basis of your research. But only if the computer understands that it has permission to read your article – hence the importance of a machine-readable Creative Commons license. You paid your APC so make sure that you get the best possible digital distribution. ..."

Link:

http://blog.scienceopen.com/2018/10/i-paid-where-is-my-open-access-symbol/

From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » peter.suber's bookmarks

Tags:

oa.fees oa.scienceopen oa.licensing oa.cc oa.mining oa.metadata oa.libre oa.self_archiving

Date tagged:

01/07/2019, 13:53

Date published:

01/07/2019, 08:53