Concrete options for a society journal to go OA 2012-07-16


Use the link to access the full blog post opening as folllows: “AMIA‘s society journal, JAMIA, is considering going Open Access. I’ve been invited to be part of the OA explorations task force. JAMIA=Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. All taskforce members agreed I could blog our process. In fact, they look forward to hearing suggestions from all of you! So here goes, first installment. Our report is due in September. My main job on the task force is to outline the available alternatives. Below are my getting-started notes. What options am I missing? Does anyone already have details for any of these options? Advice for JAMIA if you have been here, done this? ...”



08/16/2012, 06:08

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Date tagged:

07/16/2012, 14:22

Date published:

07/16/2012, 15:17