Around the Apocalyptic ScholComm Web: Why Science Journal Paywalls Have to Go

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Elsevier has released a new scholarly article sharing policy which is definitely more disappointing than really any cause for cheer. Basically the crux is that the only place that authors are allowed to have the final publication version of an article in a non-open access Elsevier publication is on…
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