Alternative Publishing Platforms

« Research findings have traditionally been published as peer-reviewed academic articles, monographs and edited collection, proceedings, or theses, with academic publishing companies being the main venue for the publication of findings. In order for research organisations to make research findings available to their researchers and students, they have to subscribe to journals and monographs agreements. One of the issues with this process of publication and discoverability of academic content is that it has become increasingly costly to research organisations and has tied them to big deal agreements with a limited number of publishers. (…) »

source >, Sondervan, J., & Lutz, J. F. (2022). Alternative Publishing Platforms. Alternative Publishing Platforms. Retrieved from