What’s All the Fuss About Open Access? What Do I Need to Know, and How Does it Benefit Me?
Join us for a presentation by Pete Binfield (previously the Publisher of PLoS One, and now the Publisher and Co-Founder of PeerJ) as he provides an overview of the current landscape of Open Access publications; highlights some of the more innovative models that are being tested in the marketplace; talks about items such as article level metrics and open peer review, and shows how these new developments can benefit you as both a researcher and author.
- Date: May 29, 2013
- Time: 3-4 pm
- Place: 1065 Kemper Hall
Hosted by UC Davis Library. Contact:
Amy Studer, Health & Life Science Librarian
firstname.lastname@example.org | (530) 752-1678
Slides from the May 29th presentation…PeerJ Presentation by Pete Binfield May 2013
Howard, J. (2013, April 29). Asking authors to buy memberships for open access. Chronicle of Higher Education.
VanNoorden, R. (2013, March 27). Open access: The true cost of science publishing. Nature News, 495(7442).
UC Davis Library Blog entry about PeerJ: March 1, 2013