'In order to get things moving, high ambitions are essential.' This is what Kees Aarts, dean of the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, puts forward, when asked about the ambition of 100% open access in the National Plan Open Science.
Paul Plazier, PhD candidate at the Faculty of Spatial Sciences, is taking his first steps in academic publishing. Paul considers open access as an appealing, yet complex phenomenon. He shares his thoughts on open access with us.
Openness and transparency are core values in science, says the Peer Reviewers Openness Initiative (PRO Initiative). We spoke to one of their co-founders, Rink Hoekstra, assistant professor at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences.
Pauline Kleingeld, Professor of Philosophy, and Frank Hindriks, Associate Professor of Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, both publish actively in open access. We spoke to them about their views and experiences, focusing particularly on open access in their own field of Philosophy.
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