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Overnight Reading: The Future of Academic Publishing

Updated: Aug 30, 2023

Here’s some overnight food for thought from Michael P. Taylor, research associate in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol:

“By any objective standard, academic publishing is a very strange business indeed. It became established at a time when all publishing was on paper, when duplication and delivery were demanding problems, and when publishers provided an important service to researchers. Now, as the Internet is dramatically changing other forms of publishing, academic journals seem stuck in the 1980s, with results both comical and disastrous.”

Read Taylor’s thoughts in full at TheScientist.com.  An editorial hat tip to Ron Roizen for bringing this to our attention!

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