Why Sharing Research Needs to Get Easier or Else

May 23, 2018 Anna Ehler

Complicated research sharing processes hurt not only the interests of authors but also those of scholarly societies and publishers, argued Oxford University librarian Sally Rumsey in her talk at the 2018 Wiley Society Executive Seminar in London.

Hear more from Sally on her wish list for better research communication. 

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