Open Access Week

October 25 -31, 2021 | Everywhere

Peaches Udoma
  • Boston, MA
  • United States
  • Yes--definitely!
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From Lemons to Lemonade -- The Evolution of Open Access Publishing

When it comes to the production and publication of scientific study, we know two things to be true—there can be no substitute for properly researched, peer-reviewed, and ethically adherent papers; and Open Access is here to stay. There are many in the debate over the present state and future playing field of scientific journal publishing that would tell you that these two truths are mutually exclusive. After thirty plus years in scientific research, education,…


Posted on October 25, 2016 at 5:49pm

"Bats Are really Cool Animals!" Teaching Academic Integrity

Great interview here from Retraction Watch (@RetractionWatch) about an adult submitting a child's paper for publication (as an experiment) -- and it being accepted:…


Posted on October 18, 2016 at 12:00pm

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