Postings mit Schlagwort "Budapest-Open-Access-Initiative" (2)

 Open Access / Abstract 2 

posted by ush 15 years ago

Chris Armbruster, Executive Director, Research Network 1989

Five Reasons to Promote Open Access and Five Roads to Accomplish it in Social and Cultural Science

Economists have done most to innovate scholarly publishing and communication by switching to Open Access. In cultural studies, history, law, political science and sociology, Open Access publishing is still an innovation at the margins. Yet Open Access is demonstrably the superior publishing model in the WWW Galaxy.

 Open Access / Abstract 1 

posted by ush 15 years ago

Gabriella Ivacs, Chief Archivist, Open Society Archives at CEU:

Emerging Archives/Parellel Archives
The Open Society Archives, part of the Soros Foundations Network and one of the founding members of the Budapest Open Access Initiative and Open Document Format Alliance, is launching a cutting edge IT solution to address academic needs in the field of archival research. The intelligent repository will allow sharing, long term preservation, collaboration and the rediscovery of primary sources.

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