Open access (Open Access) scientific publications: a real bazaar | Language Teaching / FLE - Claude Springer
[From Google's English] "Following publication of mishap, it seemed important to do a post about an issue that concerns doctoral students and faculty members. We are indeed in a real mess difficult to understand for the authors we are. Dacos Marin and Jean-Claude Guédon (Cleo Revues.org) offer this definition: "By 'open access' to [research literature validated peer], we mean its free availability on the public internet , allowing anyone to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of these articles, analyze automatically index them, use them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial barrier, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access and use of the Internet. The only constraint on reproduction and distribution, and the only role for copyright in this context should be to give authors control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited. " Take my unfortunate example. The article in question ( Collaborative Learning and webcollaboration ) was presented to the conference in Valencia in 2013 and accepted after rereading in 2014. It was to be published in the No. 7 Synergies Spain late 2014, but this number is still not online . For personal reasons, not related to a will also pre-publication, I tabled this article on HAL (I wanted to make it accessible for teacher training in early December). One speaks in this case preprint or preprint. I obviously signed a contract that prohibited postpublication but said nothing about the pre-publication. What is it? What is a preprint? ? a post-publication We are in an absurd and schizophrenic position as explained Eric Monnet: 'What you see above shows is the lack of consistency in journals support policies: very different models co-exist , ignore or do a little beneficial competition , the question of the distribution is not put at a global level including both publishers, libraries, research institutes and journals editorial boards, and finally, the subsidy system is illegible and very transparent.' France is endowed with Revues.org, Perseus and Cairn electronic dissemination portals high-performance journals that allowed French journals to better benefit from changes related to the Internet than those of many European countries. But today is the underlying economic model that is the problem , at a time when the university and the French Research undergo numerous restructuring ..."