High Time To Start Getting Serious About Open Access
harnad at ECS.SOTON.AC.UK
Wed May 28 10:20:08 EDT 2014
On May 28, 2014, at 6:33 AM, David Wojick <dwojick at CRAIGELLACHIE.US> wrote:
> I have been getting serious about open access. Specifically I have started a weekly
> subscription newsletter called "Inside Public Access" (see http://insidepublicaccess.com/).
> We are tracking the emerging US Public Access program, which should be a major influence
> on worldwide open access policies. In any case it is a massive and complex program in
> it's own right. Our rates are quite reasonable as these things go. We just published our eighth
> weekly issue and our backlist is included with new subscriptions. Individual issues are also available.
> Interesting times,
> David Wojick, Ph.D.
> Inside Public Access
Wow, is that ever the opposite of what I said, and meant, which was about getting serious,
not getting rich!
$500 per year or $20 per issue to read what one individual has to say about open access...
Let’s hope that the emerging US Public Access program will be “tracked” — and its policy shaped — by
knowledgeable representatives of the research community, motivated to facilitate and accelerate OA growth,
rather than by “policy consultants” motivated to constrain and retard it.
> On May 28, 2014, at 1:40 AM, Stevan Harnad <amsciforum at GMAIL.COM> wrote:
>> Video interview of Stevan Harnad by Maciej Chojnowski (CeON) prior to Invited
>> Keynote on "How to Formulate Effective Policies to Open Access to Research
>> Worldwide". Conference on Opening Science to Meet Future Challenges. Centre
>> for Open Science, part of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and
>> Computational Modelling at the University of Warsaw, 11 March 2014
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