Interview With COPE: How Are Publishers Adapting to Change?

Posted by Jessica Gopalakrishnan on Nov 11, 2011 3:00:00 AM

Part 3 - Scholarly Publishing - Adaptating to Change

Featuring: Elizabeth Wager, Chair of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)

During an interview with Liz Wager of COPE, she gave us insight about what has changed for publishers over the last few years. In Part 1, she discussed changes brought about by economic pressures. In Part 2, she provided her thoughts on how technology has impacted publishers. In this Part 3, Ms. Wager gives insight into how publishers are adapting to these changes, and the increased pressure to publish.

Listen to Part 3 of our interview (duration: 2 minutes, 9 seconds):

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BONUS CLIP! How is COPE helping publishers and organizations? Hear all four interview clips

Read the transcript of all four parts.

Full series:

  • Part 1: HOW HAVE ECONOMIC PRESSURES CHANGED PUBLISHING? Read >
  • Part 2: HOW HAS TECHNOLOGY IMPACTED PUBLISHING? Read >
  • Part 3: HOW ARE PUBLISHERS ADAPTING TO CHANGE? Read >

 

Download the white paper, which includes Liz Wager's participation, Pressure to Publish: How Globalization and Technology are Increasing Misconduct in Scholarly Research.

Topics: Interviews, Best Practices




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