Who is Actually Harmed by Predatory Publishers?

« “Predatory publishing” refers to conditions under which gold open-access academic publishers claim to conduct peer review and charge for their … Continuer la lecture de « Who is Actually Harmed by Predatory Publishers? »

Source > triple-c.at, Martin Paul Eve, Ernesto Priego, 13 août 2017, in tripleC 15(2): 755-770, 2017

End of Publication? Open access and a new scholarly communication technology

« At this time, developers of research information systems are experimenting with new tools for research outputs usage that can expand … Continuer la lecture de « End of Publication? Open access and a new scholarly communication technology »

Source > arxiv.org, Sergey Parinov, Victoria Antonova, 19 août 2016

Library and Repository Communities Join Together to Identify New Competencies for Academic Librarians

 » The Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR), … Continuer la lecture de « Library and Repository Communities Join Together to Identify New Competencies for Academic Librarians »

Source > arl.org, Judy Ruttenberg & Iryna Kuchma, 13 août 2013