publication . Article . 2015

Academic publishing in Portugal: threats and major opportunities

Delfim F. Leão;
Open Access English
  • Published: 05 Mar 2015
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press
  • Country: Portugal
Article. This article begins with an analysis of the current state of scientific publication in Portugal, with reference to the impact of the open access (OA) policies of commercial and academic publishers. It then explores the relationship between academic publishing and institutional repositories, discussing the way they should complement one another, taking as reference the activities of the Portuguese Association of Higher Education Publishers (APEES). Final remarks deal more specifically with the UC Digitalis project from Coimbra University Press (CUP), and the way it is committed to the goal of fostering science produced in Portuguese-speaking countries.
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free text keywords: academic publishing, open access, Coimbra University Press, Library and Information Sciences, academic publishing, open access, UC Digitalis, Coimbra University Press, Information Sciences; academic publishing; digital humanities, academic publishing; open access; UC Digitalis; Coimbra University Press, Correlation and dependence, Library science, Publishing, business.industry, business, Higher education, Political science, Portuguese, language.human_language, language, lcsh:Bibliography. Library science. Information resources, lcsh:Z
Related Organizations

1. Association of University Presses: (accessed 10 February 2015).

2. Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT): (accessed 27 December 2014).

3. Portuguese Association of Higher Education Publishers (APEES): (accessed 10 February 2015).

4. UC Digitalis: (accessed 27 December 2014).

6. Alma Mater: (accessed 27 December 2014).

7. Pombalina: (accessed 27 December 2014).

8. Impactum: (accessed 27 December 2014).

9. Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities - EU (DARIAH-EU): (accessed 4 February 2015).

5. B-On: the Online Knowledge Library: (accessed 28 December 2014).

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