[Duraspace] Green open access can work for the humanities | Opinion | Times Higher Education
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Fri Jun 7 08:21:29 SAST 2013
Now publishers pin their hopes on “adding value”, by, for example, linking
footnoted references to the full texts. But by automatically labelling all
their articles with DOIs, they have made it easy for anyone to create such
A further lifeline was thrown by the support offered by last year’s Finch
report for “gold” open access, whereby the journal’s official version of an
article is made free to the reader in exchange for a fee paid by the author.
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