Hybrid journals offer flexibility to authors by providing them with a choice of publishing models. However, over the years, they have come under significant scrutiny and criticism, such as double-dipping and high APCs. There is a need to strike a balance between open access movement and compensation for publishers.
‘Cultural change’ is in the air, and more museums are joining the movement for open culture, ensuring that it reaches a larger number of people across the globe, proving their relevance in today’s global digital age.
Today, Senators Durbin, Franken, and King, in conjunction with Representatives Polis and Sinema, introduced the Affordable College Textbook Act to the 115th Congress.
Today marks another milestone for the commons: the release of the 2016 State of the Commons, our annual deep dive and celebration of the global community working to further collaboration, creativity, and access to creativity and knowledge.