Proposal: Quality in the Open Scholarly Communication of Latin America

Juan Pablo Alperin, Gustavo Fischman, John Willinsky

Main part of grant proposal submitted and funded in 2010 for a two year project lead by FLACSO-Brazil and the Public Knowledge Project, with the participation of SciELO, RedALyC, and Latindex.

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Alperin, Juan Pablo; Fischman, Gustavo; Willinsky, John (2013): Proposal: Quality in the Open Scholarly Communication of Latin America. figshare.
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.845577
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Relation Between Medieval Renaissance and Today’s Open Knowledge Dissemination

Subhajit Ganguly

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Time has shown us how zero control by a handful of individuals over the society and complete control of the community, as a whole, over itself brings about positive changes. Less the control by individuals or groups and more the control of the complete set of individuals, more is the positive change. The history of the printing press is a case in point. While history made a mockery of the control-freaks, it proved right the few individuals, who believed in the intellectual capacity of the masses. Intellectual Nazism should be a thing of the past and we should move away from such self-defeating practices.

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Relation Between Medieval Renaissance and Today’s Open Knowledge Dissemination . Subhajit Ganguly. figshare.
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.729275

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