Libre accès | Myriam Dumais-DesRosiers

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-04-09

Summary:

From Google Translate: "In ISI 5301 Information and Society, I was able to learn more about the cooperative publishing model by studying the case of the Scholar Consortium, conducting research on this subject. This consortium, supported by three Quebec universities - Université de Montréal, Université Laval and Université du Québec à Montréal - brings together journals with a scientific and cultural content on letters and the social sciences, published mainly in French. The magazines are available on a web site maintained and hosted by the consortium, enabling participating publishers to gain greater visibility and access technological services (servicing of servers, posting of numbers). This economic model is very interesting for publishers, Since it allows them to maintain their publishing independence while mitigating the risks associated with electronic publishing (high cost of equipment, necessary technological expertise, diluted advertising and marketing in the mass of scholarly journals). Understanding this economic model of open access scholarly publication has helped me understand the realities of publishing an independent journal, in particular the difficulties encountered in publishing and disseminating their content.

Link to the work handed out: Publishers Cooperative - The Case of Scholar

I also took the course ISI 6300 Special Topics in Information Studies, which specifically focused on Open Access. In this course, I was able to deepen my knowledge of open access, in particular by carrying out research on open data. Indeed, once the concept of open access to scholarly publications has been accepted in the world of publishing and research, a new similar field is emerging: the sharing of the data on which published research is based. Open data offers many benefits for research, such as the ability to replicate search processes for validation or preservation, As well as the acceleration of research (the databases allowing the angle analysis of a different problematic, the researcher who has access to it without having to constitute it gains precious time). This phenomenon has been studied for several years, although few researchers still adhere to it today. The fear of loss of intellectual property recognition and the security of sensitive data play a major role. To address these concerns, as well as concerns about the long-term preservation of these data, some researchers have created software to optimize and facilitate the management of this open data. Although few researchers still adhere to it today. The fear of loss of intellectual property recognition and the security of sensitive data play a major role. To address these concerns, as well as concerns about the long-term preservation of these data, some researchers have created software to optimize and facilitate the management of this open data. Although few researchers still adhere to it today. The fear of loss of intellectual property recognition and the security of sensitive data play a major role. To address these concerns, as well as concerns about the long-term preservation of these data, some researchers have created software to optimize and facilitate the management of this open data."

Link:

https://iporfoliomyriamdumaisdesrosiers.wordpress.com/2017/04/06/libre-acces/

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Date tagged:

04/09/2017, 21:32

Date published:

04/09/2017, 17:32