Journal article

Advancing an open ethos with open peer review

28 Apr 2017
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The author discusses the rise of an open ethos in LIS and makes the case for shifting to an open peer review process for LIS journals.

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The author discusses the rise of an open ethos in LIS and makes the case for shifting to an open peer review process for LIS journals.

Open source. Open access. Open data. Open notebooks. Open government. Open educational resources. Open access workflows. To be open is to have a disposition favoring transparent and collaborative efforts.

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10.5860/crl.78.4.406
APO URI: http://apo.org.au/node/95916
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78
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4
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CC BY
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Yes