Open Access up for Review: Academic Attitudes towards Open Access Publishing in Relation to Tenure and Promotion
Our proposed study will investigate the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs around Open Access (OA) publishing among academic faculty and administrators who sit on tenure and promotion committees.
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