How academic institutions derelict their duty | Researchers today are stuck between a rock of confusing publishing options and a hard place of often mutually exclusive policy requirements and ethical considerations...
Relevant post from , who thinks that mandates could force universities to change. I hope he's right, but don't see it happening in the US. We need to give up on the old institutions and start building new ones, I'm afraid
How academic institutions derelict their duty
To speak with Carl Sagan: academic institutions are "using money for the wrong stuff"
Academic institutions are letting their researchers down by overspending on redundant items and underspending on crucial infrastructure
While researchers are facing increasing policy pressures, their institutions waste money on deprecated tools instead of supporting them: how academic institutions derelict their duty
Wasting taxes on needlessness while stinting on crucial necessities: how academic institutions are letting their researchers down
How Academic Institutions Neglect Their Duty
Why are academic institutions "spending their money on the wrong stuff"? How can we get them to spend their money on the right stuff?