Macrothink Institute: Supporting Open Access Rulemakings by US Federal - Press Release - Digital Journal 2013-11-15


"Macrothink Institute (Linkedin) was created with the aim of developing and publishing science and research. And since then, they have been working hard to achieve this purpose. Macrothink publishes online journals which are accessible to readers all over the world. They have taken the digital era to a new level by making full use of it for educational purposes. They understand the need and preference of the online journals over print media, which is why they constantly work to improve it.  The major difference between Macrothink Institute and other academic publishers is that they have minimized the need for administrative system. They also work with the best scholars from all over the world, who want to publish their research projects. Not only do they work with international authors, they also allow people from all corners of the planet to access their journals and publications. They believe in using the cultural diversity to increase opportunities for research and education.  Macrothink not only published research writings, they also sponsor, promote and offer financial assistance to researchers, students, international networks and corporations.  US Federal Open Access Rulemaking means that most federal agencies will be required to come up with their own brand rules and processes. All publishing companies and others would also have to come up with ways to become a part of this rulemaking scheme ... The reason why Macrothink Institute supports this Open Access Rulemaking introduced by US Federal system, is that it gives way to positive communication with their customers and readers. They are a rigorous and serious brand of publishers who propose open and honest policies, beneficial not only to themselves but others as well ..."


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Date tagged:

11/15/2013, 08:47

Date published:

11/15/2013, 03:47