NYTimes Story on Open Review in Academia Sparks Conversations Across Campuses
Connotea Imports 2012-07-31
"One thing left unaddressed --and possibly confused-- in the NY Times article is that neither of the humanities journals experimenting with open peer-review are open-access, meaning that they can be freely and widely read online. Rather, the only way to read the scholarship published at the journals is by way of a university-based subscription. If open-review facilitates upstream engagement, open-access promotes downstream outcomes...."