A central concern of the QuiViRR open-access journal is to experiment with some of the core initiatives of the open scholarship movement.

Useful references

Björk, Bo‐Christer. 2019. ‘Open Access Journal Publishing in the Nordic Countries’. Learned Publishing 32 (March): 227–36. DOI: 10.1002/leap.1231.

Eve, Martin Paul, and Jonathan Gray, eds. 2020. Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Open access version.

Maxwell, John W., Erik Hanson, Leena Desai, Carmen Tiampo, Kim O’Donnell, Avvai Ketheeswaran, Melody Sun, Emma Walter, and Ellen Michelle. 2019. ‘Mind the Gap: A Landscape Analysis of Open Source Publishing Tools and Platforms’. PubPub. DOI: 10.21428/6bc8b38c.2e2f6c3f.

Pia, Andrea E., Simon Batterbury, Agnieszka Joniak-Lüthi, Marcel LaFlamme, Gerda Wielander, Filippo M. Zerilli, Melissa Nolas, et al. 2020. ‘Labour of Love: An Open Access Manifesto for Freedom, Integrity, and Creativity in the Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences’. Commonplace, July. DOI: 10.21428/6ffd8432.a7503356.

Schmitt, Jason. 2018. Paywall: The Business of Scholarship. Documentary. paywallthemovie.com/.

Suber, Peter. 2012. Open Access. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Open access version.

Tennant, Jonathan. 2020. The [R]evolution of Open Science. Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/ZENODO.3700646.