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Tag Archives: scholarlycommunication
Meanwhile, on the scholarly communication front, a new (co-authored) article of mine just hit the web. Back in April I joined a bright and varied group of people at the Open Scholarship Initiative (OSI) 2017 conference. Our workgroup focused on what … Continue reading
One librarian makes a strong claim for open access. It’s going to dominate scholarly publishing of articles in journals by 2020 or so, according to David Lewis, at least in the “Gold OA” form. Gold OA could account for 50 … Continue reading
Today Middlebury College hosted a panel discussion on digital technology’s impact on scholarly publication, with a focus on liberal education. What follows are my liveblogged notes, lightly edited. First, the panel began with each participant describing their relevant background and … Continue reading