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Enforcing public data archiving policies in academic publishing: A study of ecology journals [article]

Dan Sholler, Karthik Ram, Carl Boettiger, Daniel S. Katz
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We conducted a qualitative, interview-based study with journal editorial staff and other stakeholders in the academic publishing process to examine how journals enforce data archiving policies.  ...  Academic journals in ecology and evolution have adopted several types of public data archiving policies requiring authors to make data underlying scholarly manuscripts freely available.  ...  Research reported in this publication was supported in whole by Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.  ... 
arXiv:1810.13040v1 fatcat:chinhe4ypjc7fmkdpw25piqbzi

Open Access Publishing: A Literature Review

Giancarlo F. Frosio
2014 Social Science Research Network  
106 For a discussion and collection of empirical data regarding the motivations, personal attributes and behavioural patterns of those who are engaged in producing free/libre and open source software (  ...  FLOSS), see Paul A David and Joseph Shapiro, 'Community-  ...  The study has compiled a large amount of data on the present state of OAP in online peer-reviewed articles.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2697412 fatcat:po3pq3dhebcebme3loceef2fgq

Will Open Access Get Me Cited? An Analysis of the Efficacy of Open Access Publishing in Political Science

Amy Atchison, Jonathan Bull
2014 PS: Political Science and Politics  
We find that OA publication results in a clear citation advantage in political science publishing.  ...  In this article, we seek to determine the efficacy of OA in political science.  ...  Second, there is a slightly wider spectrum of publisher policies than is represented in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096514001668 fatcat:aycj3mk2xbe67d2vgcdk7buczu

Publishers' Responsibilities in Promoting Data Quality and Reproducibility [chapter]

Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
2019 Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology  
of issues and encouraging behavioural and cultural change, by introducing consistent journal policies on sharing research data, code and materials; (3) improving the quality and objectivity of the peer-review  ...  with data journals and software journals and implementing data citation and badges for transparency; and (6) making research communication more open and accessible, with open-access publishing options  ...  Neither employer had any role in the preparation or approval of the chapter.  ... 
doi:10.1007/164_2019_290 pmid:31691858 fatcat:4vynsgcpbzeb3cepaw5anistmq

Food Networks As Urban Commons: Case Study of a Portuguese "Prosumers" Group

Sara Moreira, Mayo Fuster Morell
2020 Ecological Economics  
This research dissects the commons character of a food network which emerged from Porto's solidarity economy movement in a post-crisis context.  ...  In many parts of the world, people are coming together to experiment with ways to collectively take care of their livelihoods and create practical solutions to their needs.  ...  We would also like to thank Cristina Parente, Anselmo Canha, colleagues from the Dimmons Research Group (IN3/UOC), and all "prosumers" who participated in the study for sharing their views, and especially  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2020.106777 pmid:32834497 pmcid:PMC7381405 fatcat:ufeoy7ksrbfehaadbcjlo3nzy4

Towards a philosophy of academic publishing

Michael A. Peters, Petar Jandrić, Ruth Irwin, Kirsten Locke, Nesta Devine, Richard Heraud, Andrew Gibbons, Tina Besley, Jayne White, Daniella Forster, Liz Jackson, Elizabeth Grierson (+9 others)
2016 Educational Philosophy and Theory  
Discussion The recent, rapid, changes in the 'ecology' of academic publishing is our opening gambit.  ...  For academic institutions, academic publication in high quality journals is a vehicle for improving the ranking and standing of the institution; for an academic, it is the means by which research grants  ... 
doi:10.1080/00131857.2016.1240987 fatcat:3da32oitlncetcalpiutgqqmcu

Academics' behaviors and attitudes towards open access publishing in scholarly journals

Jennifer Rowley, Frances Johnson, Laura Sbaffi, Will Frass, Elaine Devine
2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Whilst there is significant progress with policy and a lively debate regarding the potential impact of open access publishing, few studies have examined academics' behaviour and attitudes to open access  ...  Open access publishing can be viewed as a paradigmatic shift in scholarly communication practices.  ...  Schroter, Tite and Smith (2005) conducted a study of the OAP perceptions of authors published in British Medical Journal; they were willing to consider publishing in open access journals (OAJs), but  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23710 fatcat:kmlz3pk66bapdcxygvwkxo77hq

Future Challenges and Opportunities in Academic Publishing

Kyle Siler
2017 Canadian journal of sociology  
Digitization and the rise of Open Access publishing is an important recent development in academic communication.  ...  Open Access publishing solves the access problem, but not necessarily cost problems. Universities and researchers are currently in a challenging, interstitial stage of scholarly publishing.  ...  The official policy states: It is the responsibility of the grant recipient to determine which publishers allow authors to retain copyright and/or allow authors to archive journal publications in accordance  ... 
doi:10.29173/cjs28140 fatcat:ncnsrydbkreqvphytmloiw7gtq

Creative Users, Social Networking, and New Models of Publishing

Xiang Ren
2014 Cultural Science  
This paper reviews the changing landscape of the publishing industry, which is being reshaped by dynamics of user co-creation, social networking and open licencing.  ...  It briefly touches on possible research themes associated with disruptive changes in the world's oldest media/creative industry, particularly under the umbrella of "Cultural Science". Two  ...  Critical and data-driven research will be valuable forinforming stakeholders and policy makers on the profound transformations of academic publishing and policy changes accordingly.  ... 
doi:10.5334/csci.63 fatcat:py2m65ji6bbwlmirjg4hhpjaqu

Competition and Cooperation: Libraries and Publishers in the Transition to Electronic Scholarly Journals

Andrew Odlyzko
1999 Journal of Scholarly Publishing  
The infamous "journal crisis" is more of a library cost crisis than a publisher pricing problem, with internal library costs much higher than the amount spent on purchasing books and journals.  ...  The conversion of scholarly journals to digital format is proceeding rapidly, especially of those from large commercial and learned society publishers.  ...  This is also consistent with data from the Ginsparg archive, where on average a paper is downloaded on the order of 150 times in its first two years there.  ... 
doi:10.3138/jsp-030-04-163 fatcat:7iqgslnch5hhjkx7riqnfxok3u

Summary: A Landscape Study On Open Access (Oa) And Monographs Policies, Funding And Publishing In Eight European Countries

Ellen Collins
2018 Zenodo  
to understand the ecology of OA monographs in different countries.  ...  gaps or areas where Knowledge Exchange could contribute to the development of OA monographs The resulting study drew on a literature review, a series of web-based questionnaires and qualitative interviews  ...  Self-archiving of author manuscript Some funders may require this; policies may differ based on how the original publication was funded.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1309408 fatcat:pw4pg3lcxbef5gofsmb27cf3q4

A short report from the International APE Conference: "Smarter publishing in the new decade"

Chris Armbruster, Svenja Hagenhoff
2011 Information Services and Use  
This means that data sharing policies are currently beset by the problem of enforceability.  ...  public access to the results of the research that it funds as soon as possible after those results have been published in a peer-reviewed journal".  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-2011-0630 fatcat:ue5bkrv6urfsjmkuzgzmuw6tjq

LANGUAGE AND ECOLOGY: A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR ANALYSIS OF THE MAU FOREST CONSERVATION IN KENYA

Albert Mogambi Moinani, Margaret Nasambu Barasa
2021 European Journal of Applied Linguistics Studies  
Awareness on such language use is important because of the understanding that political leaders are part of the elite members of society who inform and direct public opinion on many critical issues in  ...  The political class also controls the agenda of public debate on many societal issues.  ...  Notes on ecology of language; In Bunkayo Gakuin university academic journal 5,511-16. Wodak, R. ( 2009 ). The semiotics of racism: a critical discourse historical analysis. In Renkama, J (ed.)  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejals.v3i2.278 fatcat:2xusswi6vvf75brlguw5yb3idy

The four pillars of scholarly publishing: The future and a foundation

Jarrett Byrnes, Edward Baskerville, Bruce Caron, Cameron Neylon, Carol Tenopir, Mark Schildhauer, Amber Budden, Lonnie Aarssen, Christopher Lortie
2014 Ideas in Ecology and Evolution  
Here, we consider the current state of the process in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) and propose directions for this evolution and potential change.  ...  These four pillars will guide the development of better tools and practices for discovering and sharing scientific knowledge in a modern networked world.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is a product from the NSF funded National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis working group 12651 "The future of publishing in ecology, evolutionary biology, and environmental  ... 
doi:10.4033/iee.2014.7.7.f fatcat:jojilzjwcrb7rin4pho62rzw7a

Competition and cooperation: Libraries and publishers in the transition to electronic scholarly journals [article]

Andrew Odlyzko
1999 arXiv   pre-print
The infamous "journal crisis" is more of a library cost crisis than a publisher pricing problem, with internal library costs much higher than the amount spent on purchasing books and journals.  ...  To do this, they will have to take over many of the function of libraries, and they can do that only in the digital domain.  ...  Acknowledgements: I thank Stevan Harnad and the the other members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences study group on transition from paper for their comments.  ... 
arXiv:cs/9901009v1 fatcat:hurmhoolx5cjlhgxt5lzt4fnja
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