Balancing ideology and feasibility: a case study on adopting and evaluating open access publishing models for a society journal within philosophy

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"Open access, the notion that research output, such as journal articles, should be freely accessible to readers on the Web, is arguably in the best interest of science. In this article, we (1) describe in-depth how a society-owned philosophy journal, Nordic Wittgenstein Review, evaluated various publishing models and made an informed decision on how best to adopt open access publishing for the journal, and (2) develop and implement measures to evaluate the chosen model."


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Tags: oa.philosophy oa.business_models oa.publishing oa.humanities oa.societies oa.conversions oa.ssh oa.journals

Date tagged:

12/22/2017, 09:21

Date published:

12/22/2017, 05:07