PART 1— Scholarly collaboration networks: are they (h)arming open access?

lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-09-10


"The main slides we presented are displayed alongside a short summary of what was said during the workshop. That way, we hope to keep the discussion going as we had fascinating discussions during the session.

The main points we approached were as follows: (1) open access and copyright, (2) scholarly collaboration networks, (3) dark and illegal sharing, and (4) what’s being done to protect copyright and whether scholarly collaboration networks are in fact harming or arming open access.

Each point is summarised and published separately. Let’s begin with open access and copyright and keep an eye open for the rest."


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Tags: oa.notes oa.social_networks oa.copyright oa.guerrilla oa.definitions oa.intro oa.hybrid oa.embargoes oa.licensing oa.repositories oa.libre oa.journals

Date tagged:

09/10/2017, 13:34

Date published:

09/10/2017, 09:34