Sustainability in Publishing: An Open Access Publisher’s View - HAL (multi-disciplinary open access archive)

Kirstine's bookmarks 2018-07-04


Long-term sustainability must be a primary goal for any academic publisher. Without it, knowledge published in journals, books and other formats risks being damaged or lost. If one step in a series of research disappears, it casts doubt on subsequent work. Publishers, as disseminators of verified research, have a responsibility to ensure that published works remain available for future generations.


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Date tagged:

07/04/2018, 14:43

Date published:

07/04/2018, 10:43