[Open Access Interview] Pablo Rauzy: Open access helps improve your research and increase your visibility

The advantages of publishing in open access

By Abby Tabor | Science Journalist at MyScienceWork

Last year, for International Open Access Week, we interviewed a series of researchers and PhD students who explained their views on the open movement and its multiple advantages. In this video, Pablo Rauzy, at the time a PhD student in computer science at Télécom ParisTech, talks about how he uses open access and what the advantages are of making his work available online prior to publication.

Last year, for International Open Access Week, we interviewed a series of researchers and PhD students who explained their views on the open movement and its multiple advantages.

In this video, Pablo Rauzy, at the time a PhD student in computer science at Télécom ParisTech, talks about how he uses open access and what the advantages are of making his work available online prior to publication.

Today, Pablo is a postdoc researcher on the privatics team at the Inria Rhône-Alpes center in Lyon, France. He is a member of the team behind Dissemin, a new platform for determining the open access status of your papers and making even more content available.

 

*You can activate the subtitles by clicking the CC button below the video.*

 

Open Access Week 2015 is coming up next week--October 19-25--and a whole series of events on open access are happening worldwide. Make sure you don't miss the ones near you - check the full list on the Open Access Week website: http://www.openaccessweek.org/events.

You can follow the action on Twitter, too, with the hashtags #OAW and #OAW15!

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