What is the product in academic publishing? Or, Why people in the Open Access debate are all talking about different things.
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VALA2022 CONCURRENT 7
Tuesday 14 June 2022, 16:35 – 17:05
- Manager Information Resources and Collection Services
- Victoria University
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This paper contends that we have not made the progress towards Open Access that we might have expected since the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. It applies Philip Kotler’s concept of a ‘Product’ to Academic Publishing and scholarly communications to explain how the different stakeholders derive value from the process.
Graham Massey is a professional Librarian with over 20 years experience working in Academic Libraries in Australia and the UK. He has a degree in Business Management and a Masters in Librarianship. He has had many roles including customer service, subject liaison, library and system management, and now manages the library collections, and the cataloguing and acquisition of information resources, at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia.
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