Peter Griffin posted in embargoes • Journal Impact Factor • open access • peer review • science blogs • science publishing on August 24th, 2009.
The Open Access (OA) movement has been around since the 1990s – not surprising, as one of its principal tenets is that information should be freely available online. More specifically, it generally refers to scientific information, and in particular the information generally found in scientific journals. As we all know, this information is generally not […]
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