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Open Access and Academic Monographs

Open Access publishing of academic monographs. I would like to discuss several aspects: technology - enabling OA, but also changing fast; what is a monograph? - new possibilities create new publications; impact - what does OA achieve?; sustainability - ho
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Ronald Snijder

on 20 March 2011

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Open Access &
Academic Monographs What is a monograph? Sustainability Technology Impact Multi channel Mobile PC Repositories Google Books Other platforms Formats ePub PDF Accessibility SEO Granularity RDF Enriched publications Living documents Collaboration Data sets Monographs vs. articles Scientific Outreach Tenure Developing countries Lay people SME Practitioners Online usage Citations Digital preservation Financial models Sales Publishers Financing research Libraries Political Academic Public Mandates IP
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