First of all, open access plays a vital role in terms of reaching many locations of information. When researchers search for any information, they can reach results faster with open access sources. It will accelerate the development of societies, especially with open access to scientific data.
We can consider e-publishing as a social responsibility. We know and notice that many printed materials become garbage before they find enough readers. The physical prints of the studies carried out with the aims of academic encouragement, associate professorship, etc., are rarely sold. When we consider these and similar situations, it will be revealed how evil we are towards nature. It is almost impossible for a physical press to reach from one end of the world to the other for technical and physical reasons.
E-publishing has become inevitable today, especially for the distribution of information and its avalanche growth.
Let’s not forget that while the books we will put on our table for egomosis are useless other than showing off, we witness the silent cry against nature that I am evil and ruthless. Let’s let no one see our book at our table, but at the other end of the world, let that information work with e-publishing.
Let’s let go of our old habits and adapt to the digital age.
Open access and e-publishing should become commonplace anymore.