Cameron Neylon: What’s the right model for shared scholarly communications infrastructure? | 2013 | LSE blog

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"With the sale of startup Mendeley to publishing giant Elsevier, Cameron Neylon reflects on the differences in models and cultures of innovation in scholarly communication. For-profit startups, mission-driven non-profits, and independent academic projects all bring value to the sector individually, but there is a need for a deeper understanding of how these different models can be combined and applied to bring about the goal of shared infrastructure that the entire scholarly community feels they can trust...."


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01/03/2018, 18:35

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01/03/2018, 09:26