Open Journal Publishing: Interview with Professor Dieter Stein

Bill Dutton interviews Professor Dieter Stein before his talk at the OII on open access journal publishing. Professor Stein set up an open access journal, enabling him to provide an insider’s case study of the decisions, motivations and constraints of individuals and stakeholders at different points in the development of a major open access publishing project in linguistics. His major argument is that publishing may cease to be a distinctive stage of science and become more embedded in the process of doing science, such as with scholars more routinely providing open access to data and other research outputs.

This talk was one of a series on Digital Scholarship supported by the Digital Social Research Programme of the ESRC and organized by Professors Christine Borgman and William H. Dutton.