Open Access: How Is Scholarly Information Service System Going?
Open access movement has resulted in a change of the entire scholarly communication environment. Scholarly information service system (SISS) had a significant change which is represented in the emergency of various open access publishing mode and diversification of integrated value-added service providers. This paper analyzed this change, and discussed how academic library should react to the change; also some possible impacts on scientific communication were discussed.
KeywordsService Provider Open Access Open Access Journal Institutional Repository Peer Review System
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