Knowledge unlatched : enabling open access for scholarly books
Montgomery, Lucy (2013) Knowledge unlatched : enabling open access for scholarly books. In Centre for Culture and Technology (CCAT) Seminar Series 2013 : Adventures in Culture and Technology (ACAT), 4 November 2013, Curtin University. (Unpublished)
Although digital technology has made it possible for many more people to access content at no extra cost, fewer people than ever before are able to read the books written by university-based researchers. This workshop explores the role that open access licenses and collective action might play in reviving the scholarly monograph: a specialised area of academic publishing that has seen sales decline by more than 90 per cent over the past three decades. It also introduces Knowledge Unlatched an ambitious attempt to create an internationally coordinated, sustainable route to open access for scholarly books. Knowledge Unlatched is now in its pilot phase.
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