Open Access: A Chronology |

greboun's bookmarks 2015-06-22


"I was first introduced to open access in early 2012, through the website of CERN, where the web started in 1990. All what I knew so far was about Creative Commons and the Public Library of Science (PLOS), probably a good start but not enough. I am learning about open access every day, and will try to enrich this chronology when/if possible. The purpose is not a list with 1,000 links because such lists already exist. The purpose is a small list with websites that can be checked thoroughly to learn more about the open access movement. Peter Suber’s Open Access (the book) was very helpful to start this chronology. Here is also a chronology for ebooks I worked on from 1998 until 2010 (with an ongoing short version) ..."


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Date tagged:

06/22/2015, 06:44

Date published:

06/22/2015, 03:20