January 30, 2011
Scholars Create Influential Journal for About $100 a Year
A group of herpetologists—researchers who study reptiles and amphibians—has been quietly demonstrating that it's possible to put together a well-regarded, researcher-run journal with the tiniest of budgets and no help from a publisher.
The journal, Herpetological Conservation and Biology, caught my eye as a well-developed example of a movement for grass-roots scholarly publishing that has been rapidly picking up speed. The
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