Qui a peur de la science ouverte? (Who's afraid of open science?)

Kirstine's bookmarks 2019-03-08


From Google's English 

'The traditional model of publishing the results of scientific research is, to say the least, surprising. Researchers produce results that are evaluated free of charge by other researchers, before being published. Finally, institutions that employ researchers buy subscriptions so that researchers can read the work of their colleagues. Researchers often pay a lot of money for their article to be freely available, sometimes in journals for which institutions also pay subscriptions ("hybrid" journals). The icing on the cake, so to speak, the authors are obliged to give their rights to publishers to be published!'



From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » Kirstine's bookmarks


oa.new oa.open_science oa.business_models oa.peer_review oa.fees oa.hybrid oa.ecomonics_of oa.attribution oa.authors oa.reproducibility oa.access oa.france oa.french

Date tagged:

03/08/2019, 14:09

Date published:

03/08/2019, 09:09