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« Open Archives (OA) and direct scientific communication (DSC) between scientists ». Les archives ouvertes et la communication scientifique directe: un nouvel espace de liberté pour les chercheurs.
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Les archives ouvertes et la communication scientifique directe: un nouvel espace de liberté pour les chercheurs
Colloque « Evolution of scientific publications: the point of view of scientists » (14-15 May 2007)
Franck Laloë, laboratoire Kastler Brossel (ENS, Paris)
Here I will discusss only open archives/self-archiving,
« direct scientific communication » (DSC)
DSC is a revival of the old tradition of direct exchange of (hand written) letters between « natural philosophers »
Peer-reviewed journals, as we know them today, started around 1940-50. Peer review is useful (selection, improvements suggested by the referees, etc..); it also has a cost. Someone has to pay for the process, either from the author of reader side.
Open archives (self-archiving) are about 15 years old (ArXiv). They have other complementary features that makes them very useful also. Research needs them too!
The two channels seem to coexist rather peacefully.
(*) one can also self-archive into personal sites, laboratory sites, etc.. ; we come back to this point later.
(*) Joanne Cohn, a cosmologist now in Berkeley, was a precursor
On the 5th. of july 2005, the French « Académie des Sciences » released a supporting open archives at a large scale; see:
La recommandation pousse vers la réalisation d’une archive regroupant le maximum possible d’établissements de recherche français, au lieu d’une dispersion dans des archives institutionnelles indépendantes
PMC, ArXiv, REPEC, ..
about 15% of documents are PHD theses
The French scientific output is about 10 000 articles per month
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