Open and Shut?: The OA Interviews: Virginia Steel, Norman and Armena Powell University Librarian at UCLA

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"Who would have thought in 2002 that the sixteen “open” enthusiasts who that year launched the Budapest Open Access Initiative were about to unleash on the world a chain of events that some believe will eventually upend the 350-year old scholarly publishing system, and has in the meantime thrown researchers, librarians, universities, funders, governments and scholarly publishers into what at times looks like a dance of death."


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07/30/2018, 09:19

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07/30/2018, 05:19