[LIS-Forum] Open Interview launches Open Commentaries

Santosh C. Hulagabali santosh at cuh.ac.in
Mon Oct 5 06:12:59 IST 2020

Dear Sir/Madam,

Wishing you all a very Happy World Teachers' Day!

On this special occasion, we are happy to launch 'Open Commentaries'*, *yet
another initiative by the team of 'Open Interview
<https://openinterview.org>'. 'Open Commentaries' is an exclusive blog of
short-commentaries to discuss trends and developments in academic
communication and research.

We could come up with this new blog all because of your splendid support
and encouragement for our 'Open Interview' which is well received in
academia. For 'Open Commentaries' too, your critical appreciation and best
wishes will double our efforts.

Launching https://opencommentaries.in with the postings of the following
four thought provoking articles. Hope you will enjoy reading them.

   - Why using Impact Factor for measuring research is snake oil?
   by Sanjaya Mishra
   - Unfunded research: Why academics do it and its unvalued contribution
   to the impact agenda/ by Rosalind Edwards
   - Adaptability to e-learning: How a survey gives the right insights
   by Gopakumar V.
   - How funders can change the academia seamlessly by sharing conference
   literature openly
   by Santosh C. Hulagabali

Your comments are valuable for us. Please do share.

Best regards,

Editor, 'Open Commentaries'

Santosh C. Hulagabali, PhD <https://santoshch.weebly.com/>
University Librarian
Central University of Haryana <http://cuh.ac.in/>
Jant-Pali, Mahendergarh-123 031
Haryana, India
Cell: +91-99874 28147
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