Open Access Reshaping Rules of Research

Michael Geist, Weblog, Feb 26, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Michael Geist rattles the cage a bit regarding open access to reserach in Canada. He writes, "Given the connection between research and economic prosperity, the time has come for the federal government, its funding agencies, and the Canadian research community to maximize the public's investment in research by prioritizing open access." There's not much to add to that. Every day, it seems, I urge someone inside all these government agencies to open up research. There's a lot of foot-dragging.
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