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Content in academy commons are OPEN and FAIR​: Findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable by humans and machines.

Because academy commons are explicitly launching in the age of machine­ and human­-based networks, all scholarly objects and content is to conform to FAIR principles (Wilkinson et al., 2016). While the original FAIR principles explicitly referenced data, in academy commons, the idea of FAIR is extended to all types of ​digital outputs, including conversations, annotations, comments. "Open" here adds the aspect of publicly... more »

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A publisher in an academy commons is any entity that will ensure that outputs are open and FAIR

Any person, organization or other entity can make scholarly work public. As long as the criteria for FAIR output are met, this is considered publishing a work. There will be no action in academy commons that is restricted to publishing companies or entities that currently act as such (e.g. scholarly societies), nor are they excluded. In order to participate in academy commons, publishers must ensure that work adheres... more »

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