Open Access en Ciències Socials i Humanitats: Arguments a favor i en contra | blok de bid
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[From Google's English] "The Finch Report 1 represents a considerable shock in the landscape of scientific publishing in Open Access (OA). The British Academy , an independent institution formed by scholars in Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH), considering it was the right time to publish a series of contributions to the debate on OA, with advocates and detractors and supporters with some reluctance. WANTED authors from various backgrounds (academics, editors, historians ...) and in the preamble coordinators lamented the absence of librarians. Although the study was applied in the UK, the end result was extrapolated contributions worldwide. The report contains an introduction and eight articles on the challenges of publishing in OA CSH. In the introduction, the coordinators believe that the success of the OA movement is mainly due to ethical and economic reasons: all knowledge should be freely available, and if it is paid with public funds. Libraries can not afford subscriptions and are at the forefront of finding solutions. However, coordinators are asking 'Why mess up The Whole ecosystem research for a Dream?' Introducing the debate examines four practical questions ..."
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