Open and Shut?: Where are we, what still needs to be done? Stevan Harnad on the state of Open Access 2013-07-02


"The interview below is the second in a series exploring the current state of Open Access (OA) and what the priorities ought to be going forward. It is with self-styled archivangelist Stevan Harnad, who is currently Canada Research Chair in cognitive science at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and professor of web science at the University of Southampton. In 1994 Harnad posted an online message calling on all researchers to archive their papers on the Internet in order to make them freely accessible to their peers — a strategy that later became known as Green Open Access, or self-archiving. The message — which Harnad headed 'The Subversive Proposal' — initiated a series of online exchanges, many of which were subsequently collected and published as a book in 1995. Harnad was also one of the small group of people who attended the 2001 Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI). It was in Budapest that the term Open Access was coined, and a definition first agreed upon. The first interview in this series was with palaeontologist and computer programmer Mike Taylor, and can be read here ..."


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Date tagged:

07/02/2013, 18:50

Date published:

07/02/2013, 14:50