The inevitability of open access

abernard102@gmail.com 2012-06-29

Summary:

Use the links to access the quotes collected by the blogger illustrating the “inevitability of open access.” “I get the sense that we’ve moved into a new phase in discussions of open access. There seems to be a consensus that open access is an inevitability. We’re hearing this not only from the usual suspects in academia but from publishers, policy-makers, and other interested parties. I’ve started collecting pertinent quotes. The voices remarking on the inevitability of open access range from congressional representatives sponsoring the pro-OA FRPAA bill (Representative Lofgren) to the sponsors of the anti-OA RWA bill (Representatives Issa and Maloney), from open-access publishers (Sutton of Co-Action) to the oldest of guard subscription publishers (Campbell of Nature). Herewith, a selection. Pointers to other examples would be greatly appreciated...”

Link:

http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/pamphlet/2012/06/28/the-inevitability-of-open-access/

Updated:

08/16/2012, 06:08

From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » abernard102@gmail.com
Berkman Planet Test Hub » The Occasional Pamphlet
Blogs.law Aggregation Hub » The Occasional Pamphlet
Eric Bakovic's Hub » The Occasional Pamphlet
Berkman Center Community - Test » The Occasional Pamphlet

Tags:

open access scholarly communication oa.new oa.npg oa.business_models oa.publishers oa.comment oa.mandates oa.usa oa.frpaa oa.legislation oa.rwa oa.nih oa.copyright oa.policies

Authors:

abernard

Date tagged:

06/29/2012, 12:08

Date published:

06/30/2012, 14:17