I am imparting a short, informal seminar about the Open Paradigm (Open Access, Open Science, Open Educational Resources, Open Source Software, etc.). To support my speech — and prepare the audience — I draw a simple diagram and collected some suggested readings. Here they come. As always, all comments are welcome.
Activate both and reload to view the mindmap
If you’re using a feed reader, sorry but have to visit the site ;)
Click and drag to move the map. Click on tags to expand. Click here to open in full new window
The Yale Law Journal, 112(3), 369–446. New Haven: The Yale Law Journal Company
Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities. (2003). Berlin: Max Plank Society
New v2.0 updated, thanks to the contributions by Enric Senabre, Paco Lupiáñez and Peter Rawsthorne.
(You might need to clean your cache to see it).
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2008) “Introduction to the Open Paradigm” In ICTlogy,
#53, February 2008. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
Retrieved month dd, yyyy from https://ictlogy.net/review/?p=690
Previous post: Development Cooperation 2.0 (VII): Conclusions
Next post: Cheap technologies for Developing Countries