Data innovation and open access [Blog]
Montgomery, Lucy & Pinter, Frances (2014) Data innovation and open access [Blog]. Big Innovation Centre Blog.
After nearly fifteen years of the open access (OA) movement and its hard-fought struggle for a more open scholarly communication system, publishers are realizing that business models can be both open and profitable. Making journal articles available on an OA license is becoming an accepted strategy for maximizing the value of content to both research communities and the businesses that serve them. The first blog in this two-part series celebrating Data Innovation Day looks at the role that data-innovation is playing in the shift to open access for journal articles.
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