Dure tijdschriften en andere publicatiemodellen
Apt, K. R. - Towards free access to scientific literature.
Nieuw archief voor wiskunde, ser.5 2(2001)3, pp 251-255
Birman, J. - Scientific publishing: a mathematician's viewpoint.
Notices of the AMS 47(2000)7, pp 770-774
Ewing, John - Measuring Journals.
Notices of the AMS 53(2006)9, pp 1049-1053
Ewing, John - Where are journals headed? Why we should worry about author-pay.
Notices of the AMS 55(2008)3, pp 381-382
Fowler, Kristine K. - Do mathematicians get the author rights they want?
Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 59(2012) pp. 436-438
Jackson, Allyn - Jumping ship: "Topology" board resigns.
Notices of the AMS 54(2007)5, pp 637-639
Mathematics journals: what is valued and what may change. Report on the Workshop held at
MSRI, Berkeley, California, February 14-16. 2011.
Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 58(2011) pp 1127-1130
Olver, Peter J. - Journals in flux.
Notices of the American Mathematical Society 58(2011)8 pp 1124-1126
Suber, Peter. -
Removing the barriers to research: an introduction to open access for
College & research libraries news, 64(2003)February, pp 92-94, 113
Budapest Open Access Initiative
Directory of Open Access Journals
The Directory of Open Access Journals aims to increase the visibility and
ease of use of open access scientific journals, thereby promoting their
increased usage and impact. The Directory will comprehensively cover all
open access scientific journals that use an appropriate quality control
system, and it will not be limited to particular languages or subject areas.
It is supported by the Open Society Institute
Scholar-led innovations in scholarly communication.
A project to advance effective and affordable scholarly
communication in mathematics and statistics.
It provides an infrastructure for independent journals in theoretical
and applied mathematics and statistics to publish on the Web using a
shared infrastructure. The Euclid site will support the entire span of
scholarly publishing from preprints to the distribution of published
journals. It will also provide journal editors with a toolkit to
streamline their editorial and peer review processes and publish in a
timely and cost-effective manner.
A database with publishers' preprint/postprint electronic archiving policies for their authors.
SPARC - Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
SPARC focuses on enhancing broad and cost-effective access to peer-reviewed scholarship.
Its website contains
of competitive alternatives to current high-priced commercial journals.
Ted Bergstrom's journal pricing page
Another journal board resigns: "K-Theory" (August 2007)
House of Commons (UK)
Minutes of evidence of the Scientific and Technology
Committee on Scientific Publications
Comparative prices of math journals: an open letter.
Update January 2000
Knuth, Donald E.
Letter to the editorial board of the "Journal of algorithms".
A New Publishing Model in Computer Science.
The Lairds of Learning.
Ook verschenen in: The Guardian, 30 August 2011
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