Jayashree Rajagopalan's Blog (8)

Webinar by Editage Insights - Beyond open access: Exciting new strategies for science communication

Why do authors choose to publish open access? In an ongoing survey by Editage Insights, many authors cite the main reason as “to increase research outreach”. But with more and more research papers being published every year, and more authors choosing the open access route than before, even open access is not enough to give your research the exposure it needs. Moreover, as a scientist, publication is no longer the end of your research lifecycle. It’s increasingly important for you to find…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 22, 2017 at 11:35am — No Comments

Perspectives of Chinese researchers on open access and open data

It is Open Access Week! The scientific community is steadily moving toward open science. Thus, apart from open data mandates driven by governments, even publishers are joining this “open” trend. For instance, PLOS announced …

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 22, 2017 at 11:20am — No Comments

What academicians think of open access publication

Wouldn’t it be interesting to know what the academic world thinks of open access (OA) publishing and related topics, such as peer review, licensing, re-use, and metrics? I just read the results of a broad survey on this topic, conducted by Taylor & Francis and its parent company, Informa. The results are published here. Since it may be time-consuming and difficult to examine the…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 22, 2017 at 11:13am — No Comments

Open access: A global movement

The open access (OA) movement is gaining worldwide consensus as more and more countries are joining the effort to make research freely available. 

China has recently joined the ranks of the nations that are making a shift to OA. On May 15, 2014, the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), a major basic-science funding agency, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), one of China's most prestigious research institutions, announced…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 20, 2017 at 7:53am — 2 Comments

Open access: A global movement

The open access (OA) movement is gaining worldwide consensus as more and more countries are joining the effort to make research freely available. 

China has recently joined the ranks of the nations that are making a shift to OA. On May 15, 2014, the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), a major basic-science funding agency, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), one of China's most prestigious research institutions, announced…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 20, 2017 at 7:52am — No Comments

What does the future of scholarly publishing hold?

“Dynamic” is the word that comes to mind when we think about the scholarly publishing scenario today. Everything seems to be about transformation or reformation. Old systems are being questioned and new systems are being proposed with the promise of revolutionizing academic publishing. Given this situation, how progressive is academia and how has it responded to the call for movements such as open access and altmetrics? Also, where will these tides of change lead…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 20, 2015 at 7:11am — No Comments

(Video Interview) Open access: Perspectives from Korea and Japan

It's International Open Access Week! It's also the best time to talk to industry experts about anything related to open access.

Here, Clarinda Cerejo, Editor-in-Chief of Editage Insights, is in conversation with Mikiko Tanifuji, Open Access Publisher, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, and Dr. Seo JeongWook, Professor of Pathology at Seoul National University, Korea.…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 20, 2015 at 6:58am — No Comments

What academicians think of open access publication

Wouldn’t it be interesting to know what the academic world thinks of open access (OA) publishing and related topics, such as peer review, licensing, re-use, and metrics?

Taylor & Francis and its parent company, Informa, conducted a broad survey among academicians to know exactly what they think about open access publication. Since it may be time-consuming and difficult to examine the extensive results, we thought we'd highlight some…

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Added by Jayashree Rajagopalan on October 19, 2015 at 9:31am — No Comments

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