Data and transcripts online: „Mutually dependent, yet highly asymmetric? Conversations about the relations and futures of Open Access academic publishing“

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Photo by h_pampel Data and transcripts online: "Mutually dependent, yet highly asymmetric? Conversations about the relations and futures of Open Access academic publishing"

Elena Šimukovič published the data and transcripts of a study on Open Access on Zenodo. The title of the publication is „Mutually dependent, yet highly asymmetric? Conversations about the relations and futures of Open Access academic publishing“.  The abstract is: „The research data in this dataset contains verbatim transcripts in PDF and ODT formats each (for reading and broader re-use purposes, respectively) as well as original audio recordings of two interviews. These semi-structured interviews form part of materials for a doctoral research project on recent developments in and possible implications of Open Access publishing models. Further information and full description of the research proposal are available online at http://hdl.handle.net/10760/29265

These are the bibliographic information of the deposit:

Šimukovič, Elena. (2017). Mutually dependent, yet highly asymmetric? Conversations about the relations and futures of Open Access academic publishing. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.918010. DOI:10.5281/zenodo.918010

 

Graduate sociologist, information scientist (PhD degree), working for the Saarland University and State Library (Germany), owner of the consulting agency scinoptica, journalist. ORCID: 0000-0002-3500-3119

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