What’s Next for Open Science — Making the Case for Open Methods

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25 years or so after journals first went online, we’re just on the cusp of realizing what that really means in terms of reporting research results. Our first efforts, really our first decades, were spent recreating the analog print experience for journal readers – monthly issues filled with PDFs of laid out, space-limited articles. But there’s a lot that happens over the course of a research project, and while the resulting paper provides a really useful summary of that project, a lot gets left behind and never sees the light of day. Read more.

Meghan Tylec

International Marketing, EBSCO