How Nonprofits and Technology Are Helping to Make Research More Open

November 23, 2016 Anna Ehler

It’s not only governments that are having an impact on the accessibility of research. In a follow up to our last episode, How Governments Are Driving Open Science Around the World, this installment of the Wiley Society Updates podcast delves into some of the nonprofit and technology organizations helping to make science more open.

Listen to the episode below to hear from Liz Ferguson, Wiley’s VP of Publishing Development, and Ruth Bottomley, Senior Program Manager for Research Development and Support at the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP).

And, here’s where you can catch the previous episode: How Governments Are Driving Open Science Around the World.

For all episodes in the series– including a review of library funding trends and transformations in publishing technology –visit iTunes and subscribe to the Wiley Society Updates podcast.

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