Caught Our Notice: Forgot to make your article open access? It'll cost you (with a correction) - Retraction Watch at Retraction Watch

Amyluv's bookmarks 2017-12-06


"What Caught Our Attention: When authors decide they want to make their articles freely available after they’ve already been published, how should publishers indicate the change, if at all? Recently, Ross Mounce (@rmounce) thought it was odd a Springer journal issued a formal correction notice when the authors wanted to make their paper freely available, and we can’t say we disagree."


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Tags: oa.hybrid oa.publishing oa.paywalls oa.springer_nature

Date tagged:

12/06/2017, 14:37

Date published:

12/06/2017, 09:37