5 things we learnt about open access monographs | OUPblog

abernard102@gmail.com 2015-11-15


"In September 2010, the OAPEN-UK research study set out to investigate the potential of open access monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences disciplines (HSS), which was, at the time, a relatively unknown concept. The collaborative study aimed to contribute to the evidence base and understanding of open publication models, in order to inform the debate and direction taken by the scholarly community. OUP joined the study for the final two years of the project; contributing 18 academic titles to the experiment which were made open access under a Creative Commons licence. Here’s what we learnt ..."



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Date tagged:

11/15/2015, 09:31

Date published:

11/15/2015, 08:41