Decolonizing Scholarly Communications through Bibliodiversity

« (…) This contribution examines the distinctive, non-commercial approach to open access (OA) found in Latin America and reflects on how greater diversity in OA infrastructures helps to address inequalities in global knowledge production as well as knowledge access. The authors argue that bibliodiversity, rather than adoption of standardized models of OA, is central to the development of a more equitable system of knowledge production. (…) »

source >, Shearer, Kathleen; Becerril-García, Arianna, 7 janvier 2021, DOI 10.5281/zenodo.4423996.