PRISM: Enough Rope?

alespierno's bookmarks 2017-11-03


"PRISM: Partnership for Research Integrity in Science & Medicine. What a noble name! How could such a partnership be anything but desirable? Here’s the group’s August 23 press release, offered without interstitial commentary: The formation of a coalition of scholarly societies and publishers was announced today in an effort to safeguard the scientific and medical peer-review process and educate the public about the risks of proposed government interference with the scholarly communication process. The Partnership for Research Integrity in Science and Medicine is a coalition launched with developmental support from the Professional & Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) to alert Congress to the unintended consequences of government interference in scientific and scholarly publishing."

  • Peter Suber’s Response: August 23, 2007 Open access news post “Publishers launch an anti-OA lobbying organization”
  • The PRISM Principles
  • PISD [Partnership for Integrity in Scientific Dissemination]
  • A Few More Reactions and Actions 


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Date tagged:

11/03/2017, 13:42

Date published:

11/03/2017, 09:42