Although reasonable people can undoubtedly disagree about aspects of open-access publishing -- generally speaking, making journal articles available online at no charge -- one point is beyond dispute: The concept is no longer merely a theoretical possibility. It is time to move beyond rehashing tired arguments about whether open access poses a threat to publishers, professional societies, or research budgets. We should begin to discuss how best to use what open access gives us: the unfettered availability of scholarly literature.
Thursday, February 17, 2005
The Chronicle: 2/18/2005: The Reality of Open-Access Journal Articles
The Chronicle: 2/18/2005: The Reality of Open-Access Journal Articles:
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