The important developments within academic publishing and OA in Iceland: a short overview | Thorsteinsdottir | ScieCom Info 2013-06-24


Use the link to access the full text article from the journal ScieCom Info.  The abstract reads as follows [from Google's English]:"Science has increased significantly in Iceland last year, or about half of the years 2002 to 2012. The proportion of articles in open access listed from Iceland in the database PubMed are about 20% in the last ten years. Few scientific articles in foreign languages ​​are in open access to the deposit libraries of the country, around 2%.Sluggish interest of researchers on open access can perhaps be attributed to the fact that most people have good access to foreign scientific material about Land Access without having to worry about the cost. Recent changes in the law of the land for open access science and regulations Rannís for open access will hopefully have the effect of publication in open access will grow in Iceland."


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Tags: oa.pubmed oa.policies oa.legislation oa.libraries oa.deposits oa.attitudes oa.librarians oa.prices oa.funders oa.iceland oa.icelandic oa.sciecominfo oa.rannis oa.repositories

Date tagged:

06/24/2013, 15:10

Date published:

06/24/2013, 11:10