Open and Shut?: eLife and my unanswered questions

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-04-03


"Reporting on the scholarly publishing world can be a frustrating business these days, not just because the business model for journalism has all but collapsed but because scholarly publishers seem to be becoming increasingly reluctant to engage with reporters in a meaningful way, especially where the topic is open access. Their clear preference is to communicate by press release or managed events like webinars.

Until recently, I had assumed that eLife at least was fully committed to openness. In 2016, for instance, it posted details of its publishing costs. But now I am not so sure...."


From feeds:

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

Tags: oa.elife oa.business_models oa.preprints oa.floss oa.fees oa.genres oa.peer_review oa.plan_s oa.offsets oa.versions oa.journals

Date tagged:

04/03/2019, 17:30

Date published:

04/03/2019, 13:30