Rob Walsh
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Open Access: OA Content but Indexable? A Chicken and Egg Problem.
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We're all excited about Open Access – knowledge that is freely available is an amazing goal, and the internet lets us share research across the world quickly and efficiently.…Continue

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Manage and publish your existing journal, or lead the Open Access movement in your field by starting a new journal. Scholastica makes it easy to collaborate on a journal and publish scholarship at the click of a button.Scholastica puts control over…
Oct 25, 2012
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Open Access: OA Content but Indexable? A Chicken and Egg Problem.

We're all excited about Open Access – knowledge that is freely available is an amazing goal, and the internet lets us share research across the world quickly and efficiently. Scholastica is proud to support OA journals, and be part of the OA movement.I'm curious to know what others think about scholarly indexes and the difficulty new journals find themselves in regarding getting into them.For instance, imagine that there is a scholar who is really…See More
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Are you participating in OAWeek 2014? (You can update this later)
Yes--definitely!
First name
Rob
Last name
Walsh
Organization/institution name
Scholastica
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What's your position?
Technologist
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
Expert
What are your goals for OA Week 2014?
Scholastica(http://www.scholasticahq.com) is a website that allows anyone to manage an academic journal(accepting submissions, finding and managing reviewers, etc) and publish open access content online. I'd love for the open access community to spread the word and take advantage fo the possibilities to publish in a new way.

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