An ‘Open Access in action’ experience – DiXiT

lkfitz's bookmarks 2016-12-02


"This post is of course based on my own idiosyncratic experiences of Open Access in academic journal publishing. Therefore, I want to conclude it with a more optimistic but at still realistic take. It is true that the interpretation and application of Open Science and Access vary across regions, disciplines, and stakeholders, but I strongly believe that a model for a more Fair Open Access for researchers is now possible: that of Full Open Access."


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Date tagged:

12/02/2016, 09:28

Date published:

12/02/2016, 04:28