At MIT anthropologists plan a model for Open Access

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"Publishers, librarians, research funders, and leaders from across the field of anthropology — including journal editors and representatives of the major Anglophone anthropological societies of both Europe and North America — gathered at MIT on April 24, 2019 for an invitational workshop focused on a sea change for everyone who attended: moving the discipline’s journals to an Open-Access (OA) model.

  Currently, the expense of academic publishing creates significant barriers to the broad dissemination of scholarly findings. The goal of the workshop was to consider a new model for providing open access to journal publications in a way that could transform both anthropology and a full range of academic disciplines...."


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Tags: oa.anthropology oa.ssh oa.conversions oa.scoap3 oa.interviews oa.people oa.journals

Date tagged:

05/04/2019, 10:53

Date published:

05/04/2019, 06:56