LSE Impact Blog"The APC model, while deconstructing the paywall blocking access for readers has merely erected a new paywall at the other end of the pipeline, blocking access to publication for less-privileged authors"
There have been at least 130,000 cases and at least 70 COVID related deaths at American colleges and universities since the pandemic begun. Yet, university campuses reopened in the Fall and continu…
LSE Impact BlogThe privatisation of risk refers to the phenomenon, particularly marked in the United States, where socially- and systemically-produced risks (that were once public and shared) must be managed individually and privately
LSE Impact BlogTODAY'S POST
School’s back: How the neoliberal “privatization of risk” explains the deadly decision to re-open campuses
LSE Impact Blog1: Traditional publishing models – which lock content behind paywalls – are not fit for purpose
2: #Preprints and open publishing platforms have come of age
3. We can’t predict which research will be useful – so let’s make it all #openaccess
COVID-19 has led to rapid and open sharing of research outputs. But will this new, radically open research communications paradigm result in permanent change? Confederation of Open Access Repositor…
LSE Impact BlogNew post: COVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business as usual when the pandemic is over!
@COAR_eV #openaccess #openscience #covid19
LSE Impact Blog#COVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business as usual when the pandemic is over!