This is a print version of three interviews I posted on my blog in 2016/17 as part of a series entitled The Open Access Interviews.
The first interview is with Jutta Haider, an associate professor in Information Studies (Library and Information Science) at the Division of ALM, Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University. Haider has researched and published on the shaping of public knowledge in contemporary digital culture, including on open access, encyclopaedias, search engines and social media.
The second interview is with Philip Cohen, an American sociologist at the University of Maryland. Cohen is co-editor, with Syed Ali, of Contexts, the quarterly magazine of the American Sociological Association, and director of SocArXiv, an open archive of the social sciences
The third interview is with Michaël Bon, a French biophysicist who founded the Self-Journal of Science. SJS is described as a free, non-profit, multidisciplinary platform for the communication of science, whose primary goal is to provide an evaluation system based on scientists’ judgment and collective intelligence, rather than bibliometrics.
All three interviews include an introduction.
|Imprint||Glasstree Academic Publishing|
|Copyright||2017, Richard Poynder|
|Copyright License||Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License|
|Product Details||8.27 x 11.69 Premium Color Glossy Perfect|
|Page Count||57 pages|
|Type of Publication||Monograph (standalone)|
|Keywords||open access, scholarly communication, publishing, research, Jutta Haider, Philip Cohen, Michaël Bon, preprints, self-journal of science, socarxiv|