Open Access and Predatory Publishing - Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-02-19


"Online connection is the fabric of contemporary life. We are all aware that the Internet and World Wide Web provide extraordinarily dynamic and virtually instantaneous options for communication and access to information. Scientific publication has kept abreast of this trend, and most published scientific and clinical work is available online. During the past decade, open-access publishing has become more prominent and can be a legitimate publishing model. In traditional journal publishing, users or consumers (readers) pay to access content (articles) through subscriptions or per-article fees."


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Date tagged:

02/19/2017, 21:18

Date published:

02/19/2017, 16:18