Landscape study of small journal publishers for the Knowledge Exchange Task & Finish Group for « Small Publishers and the Transition to Open Access »
« The scholarly publishing landscape tends to be dominated by large corporate publishers that publish the majority of academic research. However, smaller publishers play a key role in scholarly communication. They offer vital channels of communication for specific disciplines. Additionally, they provide academics who have a particular regional, cultural, linguistic or thematic interest with important information.
Knowledge Exchange (KE) and the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW) have published an initial Landscape study of small journal publishers. This study includes a practical examination of small publishers which helps the research community to identify the challenges they may face in successfully transitioning to open access. (…) »
source > zenodo.org, Stephen, Dr Dimity, & Stahlschmidt, Dr Stephan. (2022). Landscape study of small journal publishers for the Knowledge Exchange Task & Finish Group for "Small Publishers and the Transition to Open Access". Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7258049