research product . 2010

Berlin 7: Open Access reaching diverse communities, Paris 2-4 December 2009

Giglia, Elena;
Open Access English
  • Published: 14 Jan 2010
Abstract
The international meeting, Berlin 7: Open Access reaching diverse communities [1] took place from December 2nd to 4th, 2009 in Paris. This seventh follow up of the 2003 Berlin conference highlighted the different pathways to Open Access that research communities are taking. The conference was conducted primarily in a round-table style and addressed all of the most debated issues in the Open Access area. The aim of this report is to offer a synthesis of the different topics and perspectives.
Subjects
free text keywords: BE. Information economics., BF. Information policy, BG. Information dissemination and diffusion., BC. Information in society.
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  • Funder: Wellcome Trust (WT)
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DARIAH EU
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[1] See the Program, Slides, and photos from the Berlin 7: Open Access reaching diverse communities meeting, December 2nd to 4th , 2009, Paris, France. [3] Stevan Harnad, “The Added Value of Providing Free Access to Paid-Up Content” in Open Access Archivangelism, September 2009. [http://openaccess.eprints.org/index.php? serendipity[action]=search&serendipity[searchTerm]=cope&serendipity[searchButton]=%3E] [4] Economic Implications of Alternative Scholarly Publishing Models (EI-ASPM), Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University. [http://www.cfses.com/EI-ASPM/]

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