Open Content | Access - Part 48

posted by PP on 2006/08/09 09:52

[ Open Content | Access ]

Zum ersten, zum zweiten:

  • Klaus Graf: Wissenschaftliches Publizieren mit "Open Access" - Initiativen und Widerstände (2006; in: Gudrun Gersmann and Katja Mruck [Eds.]: Historical Social Research, Vol. 29, No. 1, p. 64-75) [.pdf]
  • Mangala Hirwade and Kartika Mahajan: E-LIS. A step towards redefining Open Access (2006) [.pdf]

Abstract zum Text von Klaus Graf:

In the sense of an "Open Access" movement this article is an appeal for making scientific publications accessible in Internet free-of-charge and worldwide without any restrictive "permission barriers." It presents projects and initiatives in both the United States and Germany and advocates a stronger reception of American approaches here in Germany. According to this article, "Open Access" is the answer to the crisis scientific literature is facing, which is not only reflected in the professional journal prices, but also means that an anthology is maybe subsidized four times by local authorities, and the state then has to buy back its own research findings from commercial publishing houses. There are also thoughts about providing "Open Access" not only for books and articles. The article closes by dealing with the resistance and barriers to this idea and deliberating possible solutions, with an emphasis on the legal framework.

 


 

Abstract zum Text von Mangala Hirwade/Kartika Mahajan:

The past few years have seen tremendous developments in information production, acquisition, and dissemination. Providing access to information free of charge in electronic formats is a concept that is gaining momentum. Open Access is one step ahead of Free Access. Open Access holds promise to remove both price and permission barriers to the scientific communication by using Internet. Creation of open access archives is a step towards redefining open access. E-LIS is a famous international disciplinary archive in Library and Information Science. The present paper describes creation and maintenance of E-LIS. It also includes content analysis of this archive.


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