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Open access publishing and peer reviews : new models

Abstract : In the traditional scientific publishing business, journals limit access to subscribers or sell articles on a pay per view basis. But they also request additional publication charges from authors. The total public cost amounts several thousand US dollars per paper. In this paper we studied innovative approaches offering to publish papers rapidly while accessing peer review and publishing discussion papers enabling interactive public discussion. In order to discuss those new possibilities, we took the example of the European Union of Geosciences journals. For those journals, one of the benefits of their interactive Open Access publishing was a positive evolution of their Impact Factor. We then reviewed the automated coverage of services charge as proposed by Copernicus and described its advantages for institutions.
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Submitted on : Monday, June 20, 2011 - 12:15:22 PM
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Marie Pascale Baligand, Amanda Regolini, Anne Laure Achard, Emmanuelle Jannes Ober. Open access publishing and peer reviews : new models. 36th IAMSLIC conference, " Netting Knowledge: 2 hemispheres - one world", Mar del plata, ARG, 17-21/10/2010, Oct 2010, Argentina. pp.105-110. ⟨sic_00601715⟩



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