Talking Open Science on Brian Lehrer

Brian Lehrer was kind enough to invite me onto his show the other day along with Kathleen Fitzpatrick of MediaCommons and Katherine Rowe, guest editor of the ground-breaking openly peer reviewed issue of Shakespeare Quarterly, to discuss digital scholarship, peer review, and open science. Our segment begins at 42:00.

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Heh! âRealVideoâ! I'm sure it was a very interesting show. ;-)

Mr Bly, as a scientist, did you ever publish - if yes, where? Open Access?