Unresolved issues regarding Open Access in Southeast Asia

In 5th SPARC Japan Seminar 2013
“Winds of Change: The Past, Present, and Future of Open Access in Asia”

Paul Kratoska has highlighted several key point about unresolved issues regarding Open Access in Southeast Aisa. There are:

1. Article Processing Charges

2. Ownership of scholarly research.

3. Copyright

4. Creative Commons and Humanities & Social Science (HSS)

5. HSS and Open Access Mandates

6. OA and Embargoes

7. OA and Scholarly Research in SE Asia

read more: https://www.nii.ac.jp/sparc/event/2013/pdf/20140207_4.pdf

citation: Kratostka, P. (2014). Open Access in Southeast Asia: Unresolved Issues and New Opportunities. The 5th SPARC Japan Seminar 2013 : Winds of Change: The Past, and Future of Open Access in Asia. National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, SPARC Japan.

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