Sprinting for Collective Action on Open Scholarship: An interview with Bas Cordewener

« A new book, Open Scholarship and the Need for Collective Action, was produced via Book Sprint, released in late October, and has already been downloaded over 2,500 times in less than two months.
The authors responsible for this high impact publication represent Knowledge Exchange (KE), which is a collaboration between six national organisations in Europe with a shared mission to build a common open infrastructure that supports research. With early talks originating as far back as 2004, the organisations that participate in KE today include CSC in Finland, CNRS in France, the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education in Denmark, DFG in Germany, Jisc in the UK and SURF in the Netherlands. KE facilitates expert groups to exchange and identify issues to address, publishes reports and organises workshops, to better understand and further develop open scholarship. (…) »

source > booksprints.net, Alison McGonagle-O'Connell, 20 janvier 2020