[Duraspace] Open Access: Progress, Possibilities, and the Changing Scholarly Communications Ecosystem
Smith, Ina <firstname.lastname@example.org>
ismith at sun.ac.za
Mon Apr 7 19:36:48 SAST 2014
This is excellent. What next? We have caught up with the rest of the world - kind of
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Sent: 07 April 2014 07:31 PM
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Subject: [Duraspace] Open Access: Progress, Possibilities, and the Changing Scholarly Communications Ecosystem
By all accounts, we’re past the tipping point with open access (OA). During the past 10 years, open access has moved from the domain of disruptive technology to an increasingly adopted approach to research dissemination. Within the publishing world, OA journals are becoming so widely accepted, even some long-established players are moving OA from the sidelines to the heart of their strategies for the future. Universities in countries around the world have passed open access policies and are incorporating OA into the way in which they capture, collect, and disseminate researcher output.
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