Ethics and Access 1: The Sad Case of Jeffrey Beall

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"Open access (OA) is all about ethics, economics and equity, and the three interact in various ways. OA is inherently at the intersection of libraries, media, policy and technology—but that’s different issue. This is the first of a trio of essays: two related to fairly specific situations, one covering range of ethical discussions. Depending on how you define “ethics,” I could also include sections on Elsevier and OA, embargoes, fallacious and misleading anti-OA arguments and the whole area of peer review. Or maybe not. In any case, we lead off with the sad case of
Jeffrey Beall...." 


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Date tagged:

03/03/2014, 09:58

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03/03/2014, 04:58