The changing nature of scholarly communication
This presentation is an attempt to frame the discussion about open access in terms of the bigger scholarly communication landscape. This works with the premise that there is no one-size-fits-all mode of scholarly communication due to disciplinary differences. Scholarly communities can be conceptualised as ‘invisible colleges’, and where a particular discipline sits on the spectrum of ‘urban’ versus ‘rural’ research dramatically influences how people communicate within their research fields. ...[Show more]
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