[Open Access Interview] Francesca Musiani: Change the Model, with Open Access Publishing

Open access helps promote change in the evaluation of researchers

In this short video, Francesca Musiani, a sociologist at the Center for the Sociology of Innovation, at MINES ParisTech, shares her experiences, both as an author publishing in open access and as an editorial board member, behind the scenes. For Francesca, the benefits of OA publishing go beyond the availability of results to actually helping change the ways we evaluate researchers.

 

For Open Access Week 2014, we interviewed a series of researchers and PhD students who explain their views on the open movement and its multiple advantages.

Today, Francesca Musiani, a sociologist at the Center for the Sociology of Innovation, at MINES ParisTech, shares her experiences, both as an author publishing in open access and as an editorial board member, behind the scenes.

For Francesca, the benefits of OA publishing go beyond the availability of results to actually helping change the ways we evaluate researchers.

*You can activate the subtitles by clicking the CC button below the video.*

 

A series of events on open access are happening worldwide this week. Make sure you don't miss the ones near you - check the full list on the Open Access Week website:  http://www.openaccessweek.org/events.

Don't miss Open Access Week on Twitter, either, with the hashtags #OAW and #OAW14!