chem-bla-ics: Green Open Access: increase your Open Access rate; and why stick with the PDF?

ab1630's bookmarks 2018-08-09


"Researchers of my generation (and earlier generations) have articles from the pre-Open Access era. Actually, I have even be tricked into closed access later; with a lot of pressure to publish as much as you can (which some see as a measure of your quality), it's impossible to not make an occasional misstep. But then there is Green Open Access (aka self-archiving), a concept I don't like, but is useful in those situations. One reason why I do not like it, is that there are many shades of green, and, yes, they all hurt: every journal has special rules. Fortunately, the brilliant SHERPA/RoMEO captures this. Now, the second event that triggered this effort was my recent experience with Markdown (e.g. the eNanoMapper tutorials) and how platform like GitHub/GitLab built systems around it to publish this easily...."


From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) ยป ab1630's bookmarks

Tags: oa.authors oa.best_practices oa.scholcomm oa.impact oa.open_science oa.stem oa.pdf oa.repositories oa.guides oa.formats

Date tagged:

08/09/2018, 17:38

Date published:

08/09/2018, 13:38