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Title: Open access and journal publishing: announcing Lincoln Planning Review
Author: Dawson, Roger G.
Tritt, Sarah L.
Date: 10-May-2012
Publisher: Lincoln University. Library, Teaching and Learning.
Citation: Dawson, R. G., Tritt, S. L. (2012). Open access and journal publishing: announcing Lincoln Planning Review. An Invited Address to the Lincoln University Planning Association and Colleagues 10 May 2012, Lincoln University, New Zealand.
Item Type: Oral Presentation
Abstract: Since its inception the journal Lincoln Planning Review has been available digitally from the Lincoln University website. Originally published in the format of a single document for each issue, and requiring a manual production technique, the journal is now created using an editor operated journal publishing system. Open Journal Systems (OJS) is open source software currently being utilised by more than 12,000 journals worldwide. Lincoln University supports an open access environment and the announcement of Lincoln Planning Review adapting its production to use this platform reinforces the commitment to making research and scholarly work more openly available. In the global context Lincoln University is responding to both technology and contemporary culture by upholding the principle of providing public access to publicly funded research and scholarship.
Description: An Invited Address to the Lincoln University Planning Association and Colleagues 10 May 2012.
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Rights: Copyright © The Authors. These documents are made available under a Creative Commons licence, Attribution-Noncommercial (BY-NC).
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