Tutorial 19d: Open Access definitions and clarifications, part 4: licences « Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week #AcademicSpring

abernard102@gmail.com 2012-11-21


"Thanks for sticking with this series. In part 1, we looked at what open access means, and what terms to use in describing it. In part 2, we considered the Gold and Green roads to open access. In part 3, we touched on zero-cost Gold OA, sometimes known as 'Platinum'. This time, we’re going to get down the nitty gritty of the actual licences that govern what you can do with a paper that you’ve downloaded. As usual in this series, I will try to keep my opinions and preferences out of it, and limit myself to uncontroversial statements. So for example, I will not express a preference for one Creative Commons licence over another, even though I do have a preference..."



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oa.new oa.gold oa.licensing oa.comment oa.copyright oa.cc oa.floss oa.gratis oa.apache oa.gnu-gpl oa.bsd oa.libre oa.journals

Date tagged:

11/21/2012, 13:50

Date published:

11/21/2012, 08:50