Interview with eLife, a new tech-forward #openaccess journal | Mendeley Blog 2012-11-21


Use the link to access the interview described as follows: "I recently caught up with the very busy eLife team to ask them a few questions, along the same lines as the PeerJ interview I did earlier this year. While there are many new open access journals launching every year, we think this one is special because they’re breaking the traditional mold in some significant ways: bringing transparency to reviews, implementing full open access as opposed to just free-to-read access, and redesigning the publication processes to implement modern technology. They’re also intending to be highly selective, somewhat breaking the newly popular megajournal mold from which PLOS ONE was cast and which most major traditional publishers have hastened to copy..."


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Date tagged:

11/21/2012, 13:39

Date published:

11/21/2012, 08:39