Publication practices in motion: The benefits of open access publishing for the humanities

Janneke Adema, E. Ferwerda

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    Abstract

    The internet holds a myriad of benefits for science as a whole and more specifically for the humanities. To some, the dream of a universal online library containing all the texts in the world seems more conceivable than ever before. In this narrative, global access to information, from any place and at any time, offers the potential to improve the quality of research, the efficiency of science, and the speed of communication.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationNew publication cultures in the humanities: Exploring the paradigm shift
    EditorsPeter Davidhazi
    PublisherAmsterdam University Press
    ISBN (Print)9789089645647
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    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Adema, J., & Ferwerda, E. (2014). Publication practices in motion: The benefits of open access publishing for the humanities. In P. Davidhazi (Ed.), New publication cultures in the humanities: Exploring the paradigm shift Amsterdam University Press. https://doi.org/10.26530/OAPEN_515678