Early Career Researchers as Key Partners for Dislodging Legacy Publishing Models - ECS

Amyluv's bookmarks 2017-10-02

Summary:

It’s been a busy summer for open access (OA) in Europe. On one hand, nationally coordinated efforts in places like Finland and Germany have sought (unsuccessfully so far) to pressure Elsevier into better subscription pricing and OA options. On the other hand, a group of early career researchers (ECRs) at the University of Cambridge are looking to mobilize fellow ECRs to embrace open models that are not controlled by commercial entities. In my view, these divergent approaches illustrate why we should focus our collective energies away from strategies in which commercial interests retain control under new economic conditions (see also, proposals to flip subscription payments to APCs), and towards working with ECRs and others who envision a return of scholarly dissemination responsibility to the academy.

Link:

https://www.electrochem.org/redcat-blog/early-career-researchers-key-partners-dislodging-legacy-publishing-models/

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Tags:

oa.new oa.publishing oa.gold oa.business_models oa.europe oa.usa oa.finland oa.scholcomm oa.germany oa.pricing oa.peer_review oa.ethics oa.elsevier oa.hybrid oa.trends oa.open_science oa.journals

Date tagged:

10/02/2017, 01:18

Date published:

10/01/2017, 21:18