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This overview has as its goal to outline what is happening with academic publishing to clarify how researchers can gain greater control over the dissemination of their papers while facilitating peer review, advancing their professional careers via “prestigious” open access and subscription journals, and most importantly, obtaining new research grants.
The Open Network Alliance (ON-A) is addressing these goals by providing researchers, educators, and the public with a new online, open access platform (or Knowledge Network System) for learning more about the latest research and potential benefits and for facilitating and catalyzing researcher interaction, collaboration, and innovation.
The Neuroscience Knowledge Network (NKN) is the initial implementation of the ON platform providing a knowledge network of crowdsourced and curated neuroscience related knowledge Hubs.