Press

TV & Radio

 

Bernatchez, J.S. (2015). Un oligopole dans l’édition de revues scientifiques. L’heure du monde, Radio-Canada, 24 June 2015.

Czepel R. (2015). Fünf Konzerne regieren die Wissenschaft. ORF.at, 11 June 2015. 

Riedl-Daser, B. (2015). Fünf Konzerne regieren die Wissenschaft. Wissen aktuell, ORF, 11 June 2015. 

Dugal, M. (2014). Twitter la science. La Sphère, ICI Radio-Canada, 18 January 2014.

News

 

Morton, B. (2016). Do people really use results of academic research? SFU professor wants to know. Vancouver Sun, 29 July 2016.

Anonymous (2016). Research gets social: new SFU study examines the everyday impact of academic research. SFU News, 29 July 2016.

Howells, H. (2016). MUN cancels 1,700 journals, as national association says libraries in ‚crisis‘. CBC News, 4 February 2016.

Collins, C. (2016). Canadian university libraries threatened by soaring academic publisher prices. Rabble.ca, 5 January 2016. 

Cookson, R. (2015). Elsevier leads the business the internet could not kill. Financial Times, 15 November 2015.

Fisher, G. (2015). Five for-profit companies control more than 50% of academic publishing. Quartz, 2 July 2015. 

Hall, N. (2015). @AcademicsSay: The Story Behind a Social-Media ExperimentChronicle of Higher Education, 1 July 2015.

Burgun, I. (2015). Internet a tué les petits éditeurs scientifiques. Agence Science-Presse, 18 June 2015.

Vanzetta, M. (2015). Il cartello dell’editoria scientifica. Galileo, 16 June 2015.

Greenberg, J. (2015). The Web Will Either Kill Science Journals or Save Them. Wired, 15 June 2015. 

Kvittingen, I. (2015). Store selskaper styrer vitenskapelig publisering. forskning.no, 15 June 2015.

Prévost, L.A. (2015). Le grand contrôle de cinq maisons de publication de recherche. Quartier Libre, 16 June 2015. 

Chung, E. (2015). Academic publishers reap huge profits as libraries go broke. CBC News, 15 June 2015. 

Anonymous (2015). Study Views Academic Publishing as an Oligopoly. Inside Higher Ed, 11 June 2015 

Anonymous (2015). Oligopolio Scientifico: Più Del 50% Delle Pubblicazioni In Mano A 5 Aziende. Brainfactor, 11 June 2015. 

Trager, R. (2015). Chemical sciences literature dominated by five publishing houses. Chemistry World, 11 June 2015. 

Ученые: пять мега-издательств контролируют половину научного мира. РИА, 11 June 2015. 

Anonymous (2015). Cinq compagnies contrôlent plus de la moitié de la communication savante. L’Actualité, 10 June 2015. 

Krisch, J.A. (2015). These Five Corporations Control Academic Publishing. Vocativ, 10 June 2015. 

Howell, E. (2015). Who’s Profiting From Academic Papers? Too Few, A Study Argues. Herox, 19 June 2015. 

Herb, U. (2015). Wissenschaftsjournale: Konzentration, Karriere und Kommerz. Heise, 25 June 2015. 

Majtenyi, C. (2015). “Big 5” academic publishers taking big profits, says study. The Brock News, 15 June 2015. 

Macdonald, F. (2015). These five companies control more than half of academic publishing. Science Alert, 12 June 2015. 

Dupuis, J. (2015). Why are librarians hesitant to CANCEL ALL THE JOURNALS? ScienceBlogs, 26 June 2015. 

Popkin, G. (2015). Scientists ‘eat faster’ at bulging paper buffet. Physics World, 28(5), 10.

Caza, P.E. (2015). Quels sont les périodiques essentiels? Actualités UQAM, 16 March 2015. 

Schmitt, J. (2014). Academic Journals: The Most Profitable Obsolete Technology in History. The Huffington Post, 23 December 2014. 

Dambeck, H. (2013). Biomedizinische Studien: Twitter-Nutzer mögen’s schräg. Der Spiegel, 27 December 2013. 

Yandell, K. (2013). Twitter Scholars: How Science Goes Viral. Scientific American, 23 December 2013.

Winter, C. (2013). For Scientists, More Tweets Don’t Mean Better Citation Numbers. Bloomberg Businessweek, 17 December 2013. 

Benderly, B.L. (2013). More Tweets Don’t Add Up to More Citations, Study Finds. Science, 16 December 2013. 

Gozlan, M. (2013). Médecine : les articles les plus partagés sur Twitter. Sciences et Avenir, 16 December 2013. 

Parnell, B.A. (2013). Tweeting Scientists Find Penile Fracture And ‚Sperm Bags Of Squid‘ Just As Funny As Everyone Else Does. Forbes, 10 December 2013. 

Vence, T. (2013). Tweet Talk. The Scientist, 11 December 2013. 

Darling, E. (2013). Twitter matters as science seeks to make a social impact. The Conversation, 11 December 2013. 

Van Noorden, R. (2013). Twitter buzz about papers does not mean citations later. Nature, 12 December 2013. 

Basken, P. (2013). Twitter’s Value as Measure of Scientific Impact Encounters New Doubt. Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 December 2013. 

Sauvé, M.-R. (2013). Twitter sa science. Le réseau mesure mal l’impact des articles scientifiques. Forum, 48(15), 1-2. 

Blogs

 

Dowbor, P. (2016) Dowbor: como as corporações cercam a democracia, Outras Palavras, 23 June 2016.

Anonymous (2016). Research gets Social: New study uses social media to explore public applications of academic knowledge, SFU FCAT Blog, 24 May 2016.

Poynder, R. (2015). Emerald Group Publishing tests ZEN, increases prices: what does it mean? Open and Shut, 22 July 2015.

Kaden, B. (2015). Das Oligopol der Wissenschaftsverlage und die Geisteswissenschaften. Fu-Push, 15 June 2015. 

Dupuis, J. (2015). Why are librarians hesitant to CANCEL ALL THE JOURNALS? ScienceBlogs, 26 June 2015. 

Yandell, K. (2013). Twitter Scholars: How Science Goes Viral. The Connectivist, 18 December 2013.