Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a Wall

Check out Barbara Fister’s column, Peer to Peer Review in Library Journal, 3/11/2010, raises provocative questions about how we cooperate with others, and why sometimes we don’t when we should.

Excerpt: “Making the shift from traditional market-based forms of sharing information to open access will take more than tinkering at the edges. It means rethinking how we allocate our resources and how we construct a culture of sharing, one that doesn’t depend on artificially limited access. It also will mean breaking the grip of our own organizations when they begin to defend themselves against alternatives.”


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