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General Papers

Megajournals and what they mean for the future of scientific publishing PDF
Damian Pattinson
Article-level metrics and what they tell us about the impact of PLOS publications PDF
Damian Pattinson
The Intellectual Properties of Learning: The Medieval Origins
John Willinsky
The Future of Scholarly Publishing Is the Future of Scholarship
John Willinsky
From concept to reality: a publisher’s experience of setting up in open access PDF
Dan Scott
OA Fund Delft University of Technology PDF
Just de Leeuwe, Anke Versteeg
Polar Research: reflections two years after the journal’s transition to open access PDF
Helle Goldman
Sharing of research data – a study among researchers at UMB PDF
Live Kvale
What can the Zigglebottom Tagger teach academic publishing? PDF
Trond Trosterud
Professor, does your university (want to) know what you are doing? PDF
Bård Smedsrød, Leif Longva
ReView: a new approach to peer review, using WordPress PDF
Kaveh Bazargan
Co-Action Publishing – What can smaller publishing houses bring to scholarly communications? PDF
Caroline Sutton
Elsevier’s commitment to Universal Access PDF
Federica Rosetta
Article-level metrics and what they tell us about the impact of PLOS publications
Damian Pattinson
From concept to reality: a publisher’s experience of setting up in open access PDF
Dan Scott
Introducing Open Access Key PDF
Simon Thomson
A golden era for Open Access or a trend towards the golden road to Open Access? PDF
Dirk Pieper
Open Access mandatory? A comment on the new policy from Research Councils UK PDF
Jan Yngve Sand
Experiences from the publication fund of the University of Tromsø PPTX
Jan Erik Frantsvåg
The 'publish or perish'-pressure - beneficial to academic research? PDF
Planque Benjamin
How can Open Access improve the possibilities to be seen? Collaborations with Northwest Russia and Balticum. PDF
Lars Bjertnæs


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