Bangladesh: An Overview of Open Access (OA) Initiatives 2014-06-10


Use the link to access the full text article from the institutional repository of the University of Nebreska-Lincoln.  The abstract reads as follows: "The present paper describes about the universal access to knowledge and information in the network and digital environment. The paper discusses the Open Access (OA) and Institutional Repositories (IR) initiatives for global access, repository, preservation, and organized management of networked information services in an environment where both the users and resources are at varied locations. The paper highlights the importance of open access and Institutional Repositories initiatives to the system of scholarly communication in Bangladesh. The paper explains research communities’ benefits of open access, salient features of ICT in Bangladesh, initiatives of institutional repositories in Bangladesh, open access movement in Bangladesh. Open Access  Movement and IR could contribute significantly to economic, scientific and research growth of the respective country by providing access to scholarly materials without the 
economic barriers that currently exist in scholarly publishing."


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Tags: oa.bangladesh oa.south oa.preservation oa.libraries oa.librarians oa.advocacy oa.repositories

Date tagged:

06/10/2014, 11:08

Date published:

06/10/2014, 07:08