:OpenAccess: snark 

What I love about the Open Access movement is how it went from:

"kill the traditional publishing model"

all the way over to:

"provide traditional publishers with an additional fee to charge authors and also shame early career researchers for failing Open Access purity tests"

and everyone is pretty much cool with that


:OpenAccess: snark 

@bgcarlisle I used to be really insistent on OA publishing (if you look at my CV, you'll see the pattern). But when they switched to charging it for it, I was like... cui bono? That money's not going to reviewers. Arguably the benefit is to the public, but we can just post articles online anyway, so... what's the money for?

In my view, libraries should become publishers of journals. Like ADA at the U of Oregon.

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