Who will control the fate of the open access movement? The answer to this question will have serious ramifications for academia and the world. Today, corporate publishers threaten to raise the cost of OA publishing to unsustainable levels. But the academic community has the power to change that.
The transition to online publishing is making it possible for scholars and nonprofit organizations to take back control of journals. Are you ready to take part?
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Publishing academic-led journals has never been easier — this guide will show you how.
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