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lkfitz's bookmarks 2018-08-28


"The information people use is increasingly available online, often for free, and scholarly publications are no exception. Open access scholarly publications are, as Peter Suber describes them, “digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions,” and they may be available at a publisher’s website or placed in a repository by an author. Open access journals are proliferating, as are open access policies at institutions of higher education. Why the  growing interest among scholars in choosing open access?"


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Tags: oa.intro oa.libguide oa.guides oa.benefits oa.impact oa.advantage oa.citations oa.compliance oa.mandates oa.funders.private oa.funders.public oa.funders oa.policies oa.journals

Date tagged:

08/28/2018, 15:25

Date published:

08/28/2018, 11:25