Opinion: OA Coming of Age

abernard102@gmail.com 2012-08-08


"Extract: Since the launching of the Public Library of Science (PLoS) and BioMed Central (BMC) about a decade ago as the first professional OA publishers, the reputation of OA publishing has begun to change. Our study, which was recently published in BMC Medicine (Open access versus subscription journals: a comparison of scientific impact), confirms what many have suspected for quite some time—that the better OA journals are on par with their subscription counterparts." Posted by stevehit to oa.advantage oa.impact oa.new on Fri Aug 10 2012



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Date tagged:

08/08/2012, 18:04

Date published:

08/08/2012, 14:04