Going beyond open
 access in an open
 access journal in
     linguistics
        Kai von Fintel (MIT)
 Co-editor of Semant...
Semantics & Pragmatics
• One of the online-first open-access
  journals published by the Linguistic Society
  of America un...
Beyond Open Access
• experimental materials and protocols
• multi-media components
• teaching materials
• ongoing commenta...
Experimental Materials

• Common practice now
• Supplemental materials
 • full data sets used in experiments
 • full docum...
Multi-Media
• Audio files of example sentences
 • “foreign” languages
 • phonetic/phonological detail (focus)
• Videos of e...
Teaching Materials
Ongoing Commentary
• After each article is published, we solicit
  short commentaries from relevant peer
  scientists
• Co...
[Blog/forum discussions]


• We’re considering hosting a discussion
  forum for each published article
• Worries about noi...
[Prepublication Discussion]

• Currently, we encourage authors to post
  their original manuscript to their web pages
  an...
Cf.

• http://semprag.org
• http://kaivonfintel.org
• fintel@mit.edu
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Berlin 6 Open Access Conference: Kai von Fintel

  1. 1. Going beyond open access in an open access journal in linguistics Kai von Fintel (MIT) Co-editor of Semantics & Pragmatics
  2. 2. Semantics & Pragmatics • One of the online-first open-access journals published by the Linguistic Society of America under its eLanguage initiative (headed by Dieter Stein) • Rigorous peer review • First call for papers in November 2007 • One article published, several under final revision
  3. 3. Beyond Open Access • experimental materials and protocols • multi-media components • teaching materials • ongoing commentary & replies • [blog/forum discussions] • [pre-publication peer feedback]
  4. 4. Experimental Materials • Common practice now • Supplemental materials • full data sets used in experiments • full documentation of experimental protocol
  5. 5. Multi-Media • Audio files of example sentences • “foreign” languages • phonetic/phonological detail (focus) • Videos of experiments • Martin Hackl’s new “self-paced counting” technique (eye-tracking)
  6. 6. Teaching Materials
  7. 7. Ongoing Commentary • After each article is published, we solicit short commentaries from relevant peer scientists • Commentaries are published after fast quality control by editors • Authors are encouraged to reply after a batch of commentaries are published
  8. 8. [Blog/forum discussions] • We’re considering hosting a discussion forum for each published article • Worries about noise
  9. 9. [Prepublication Discussion] • Currently, we encourage authors to post their original manuscript to their web pages and to disciplinary/institutional repositories (semanticsarchive.net). • Should we actually host submitted articles ourselves and facilitate prepublication discussion (concurrent with anonymous peer-review)?
  10. 10. Cf. • http://semprag.org • http://kaivonfintel.org • fintel@mit.edu
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