What Open Access is and what it is not - DNAdigest.org

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From the blog post: "What is Open Access and why is it useful?

The scholarly communications landscape is constantly changing. Printed journals have been replaced with electronic publications; authors refrained from using strict copyright rules, such as  “All Rights Reserved” licenses, and shifted to the use of licenses with more flexible rights that allow content re-use, like Creative Commons; finally, creators of scientific content are more willing than ever to share their research findings from their own computers with everyone in the world...."



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Date tagged:

02/17/2016, 11:21

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02/17/2016, 06:21