Open Content | Access - Part 29

posted by PP on 2006/01/31 19:58

[ Open Content | Access ]

In Peter Suber's Weblog you can find the Link towards and an Excerpt of

Kuan-Teh Jeang: Open Access And Public Archiving: The Future Of Scientific Publishing? NIH Catalyst, Jan-Feb, 2006

which has the character of some pleading, but nevertheless is worth reading.

Traditional journals, like print journalism, remain the dominant force at the moment. However, slowly but surely, the open-access web and electronically based upstarts are gaining traction.

For not getting in some predictive mood, just one remark for the moment: The natural as well as the technological sciences will suceed - cause more sooner than later they will adopt Open Access for their scientific systems. And then the Humanities and the Cultural Studies will be astonished and declare that they got overruled. Ah, once again...


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